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Flying near a black hole (New Scientist) and odd animals

Just more wonders of the universe…

and also from New Scientist : The 12 coolest animals of 2010
For instance this olm

A blind little amphibian with translucent skin – once thought to be an infant dragon – offers valuable clues in the quest for the elixir of life.

The olm is a small salamander that spends its whole life in cave water, and has no eyes or skin pigmentation.

They may be able to live for over 100 years, perhaps because of a hitherto unsuspected quirk of their metabolism.

One comment on “Flying near a black hole (New Scientist) and odd animals

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