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Deep-ocean cameras capture 'living fossils' - msnbc.com

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Deep-ocean cameras capture 'living fossils'
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Cool, but J.Z. Young mentions in a publication that the giant nerve fibers in Architeuthis aren't bigger than those of smaller squids...
 

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