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The wackiest animal news from 2011
A selection of the craziest places that scientists are sciencing
Scienceline brings you the best obscure science stories from 2011
Jim Carlton is investing in the future of marine habitats, in more ways than one
Our favorites from the week
Overfishing has led Indian fisheries to rely on less marketable species for profit — a practice that could have severe ecological consequences
Pharmaceutical research is taking to the high seas
Rare ocean creatures use hand-like fins to "walk" over the sea floor.
As humans have circumvented Niagara Falls for aquatic transportation, so too have non-native species
Spiky echinoderms use spines for complex vision
Biologists discover new worm species on submerged whale carcasses.
Scientists at the Nature Conservancy move a new batch of mollusks into Great South Bay to shore up the clam comeback.
Could the mollusks of Long Island’s Great South Bay make a comeback?
New York University researchers gather cavefish in the northeastern Mexican states of Tamaulipas and San Luis Potosi.
NYU scientists shine light on the origins of the blind cavefish.