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Why Is the New Deep-Sea Antarctic Octopus So Pale? - Scientific American (blog)


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Why Is the New Deep-Sea Antarctic Octopus So Pale?
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[SIZE=-1]By Katherine Harmon | January 5, 2012 | Recent expeditions to Antarctic seafloor vents have yielded haunting new images of hairy-bellied yeti crabs, a seven-armed starfish and an eerily pale octopus—its curling arms encased in almost translucent skin. ...[/SIZE]
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