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Galapagos: 30 new marine species have been found out
The Galapagos Archipelago (Ecuador) is a global treasure trove of biodiversity. Researchers from the Charles Darwin Foundation recently discovered thirty new marine species in the depths of the archipelago. Among these discoveries, we find four species of okupa lobster, around fifteen species of coral, one species of starfish and eleven species of sponges. Photo credit: Dustin Haney
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