An emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) in Antarctica jumping out of the water
By The Scientist Staff | May 30, 2014
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By Jyoti Madhusoodanan
Deep-sea microbes possess hallmarks of eukaryotic cells, hinting at a common ancestor for archaea and eukaryotes.
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500-million-year-old fossils of the carnivorous penis worm (Ottoia), a burrowing marine animal named for its shape, contain a variety of tiny, scaly teeth.
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