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|Title:||Living fossils-Neopilina galatheae: Living Fossil from the Ocean|
|Abstract:||Admittedly all her children are equally precious to Mother Nature. However, in the eyes of the ordinary human being, some animals (dinosaurs, for example) are definitely more newsworthy than others (moss, for example). Therefore, many eyebrows were raised when the scientific community hailed the discovery of a lowly mollusc (cousin to sundry snails, slugs and squids) as,“one of the greatest sensations in the (twentieth)century.”|
|Appears in Collections:||SR Vol.47(11) [November 2010]|
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