Image Gallery: Colorful Creatures of the Philippines

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Credit: Terry Gosliner, California Academy of Sciences.
Researchers at the California Academy of Sciences and their colleagues from the University of the Philippines and the National Museum of the Philippines…Read More »

conducted a 42-day expedition this past spring to survey Luzon Island, the largest island in the Philippine archipelago, as well as its surrounding waters. The results were huge: They discovered more than 300 new species, from colorful sea slugs (shown here: aeolid nudibranch, or sea slug) to deep-sea armored corals and inflatable sharks. See for yourself!   Less «
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