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Old 12-08-2011, 01:27 PM   #1
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Great Article

Very interesting...

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Very cool, we learn more about the animal kingdom every day it seems.
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Very neat. I knew some species of snakes and insects could do this, but not fish. Thanks for sharing!
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Very interesting. Thanks for posting it!
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Great article, I thought I was going to see a link to the mangrove killifish, which has self cloning ability.

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Very interesting! Thanks for sharing!
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