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Sunday, January 08, 2006


I think this is the kind of animal we could all do without: "The fish has a remarkable physiology - it has no backbone, but an oil-filled 'notochord' and four limb-like appendages, with stubby fins. It has a double tail and gives birth to as many as 26 young at one time. It is believed to gestate for 14 months and may live for more than 80 years. The young develop inside the mother, attached to the outside of a huge yolk-filled egg of about 100mm (3.9in) in diameter." If you want us not to extinguish your species's existence in our massive trawler nets, then don't be so friggin' weird, ok?