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Top 10 new species of 2009

Edited by GreenReaper as of Mon 26 Jul 2010 - 19:50
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The International Institute for Species Exploration at Arizona State University has released a list of the top 10 species discovered in 2009.

The list is taken from the 20 000 newly discovered species that are found each year and includes such organisms as a plant that eats rats and a fish with vampire fangs. It is a good start if you want to learn about the variety of living things in the world, and how little about them we know, or even if you just want to create a unique fursona.

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The killer sponge took me off guard. Good thing it's only about 100 micrometers high.

Somehow I don't think conventions would be pleased to have Phallus drewesii fursuiters running around . . .

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Killer Sponge?

Okay why does that sound like a bad Sci-fi Channel movie?

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Or an alternative to the morning-after pill....

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ba-dum tisshhh!

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a scientist and Growlithe from South Africa, interested in science, writing, pokemon and gaming

I'm a South African fur, originally from Cape Town. I'm interested in science, writing, gaming, all sorts of furry stuff, Pokemon and some naughtier things too! I've dabbled in art before but prefer writing. You can find my fiction on SoFurry and non-fiction on Flayrah.