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Thursday, May 12, 2005

Never mind sudoku, try Darwin's puzzle

Multi-eyed jellyfish helps with Darwin's puzzle

"Box jellyfish, or cubozoans, are bizarre, highly poisonous predators (New Scientist, 8 November 2003, p 34). 'These are fantastic creatures with 24 eyes, four parallel brains and 60 arseholes,' says Dan Nilsson, a vision expert from the University of Lund in Sweden."

Let the creationists explain that one.

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