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These female sawfish prove they don’t need a male to procreate

These female sawfish prove they don’t need a male to procreate

The toothy snout of a juvenile smalltooth sawfish in Florida's Charlotte Harbor estuarine system. Giant Toothy Fish have Virgin Births, Rewrite Biology Books

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Betcha Didn't Think Eels Could Be Cute

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Two new studies from Journal of Experimental Biology, find that cephalopod skin is chock-full of light-sensing cells typically found in eyes that help them "see." - Credit: Frolova_Elena | Shutterstock.com

Squid 'Sees' with Its Skin (No Eyes Needed)

Light-sensing cells in the skin of squid, octopuses and cuttlefish may help these animals change color in the blink of an eye.

This is a coconut crab – one of the biggest (and creepiest) species of crabs on the planet.

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Old World Monkey Had Tiny, Complex Brain - http://scienceblog.com/79129/world-monkey-tiny-complex-brain/

The brain hidden inside the oldest known Old World monkey skull has been visualized for the first time. The creature's tiny but remarkably wrinkled brain supports the idea that brain complexity can evolve before brain size in the primate family tree.

A copper rockfish at the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Center recently underwent surgery to get a prosthetic eye. Without it, the other fishes would act aggressively towards it for seeming sick and weak. (Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Center)

This rockfish was getting bullied for having one eye, so doctors gave it a prosthetic

To prevent a half-blind fish from being bullied by its tank mates, the Vancouver Aquarium gave it a fake eye. The copper rockfish had developed cataracts with old age and needed one eye removed, accor.