NANFA-- More odd critters
Sun, 11 Mar 2001 06:44:55 EST

Did you know there is a freshwater species of horseshoe crab? How about a
dwarf alligator? Or maybe a dolphin that is already pre-adapted to living in
the Mississippi River? since this dolphin is being exterminated in it's home
range maybe it should be released into the Mississippi. I mean if they can
release all those different carp and stuff why not do it to save a rare
dolphin? Also there is freshwater clingfish? Freshwater feather duster worms?
And last (for now) but certainly not least a worm inches long that can live
above the boiling point of water! Until this worm came along only microbes
could do this!


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