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  • This Weird Animal Eats Rocks for Breakfast

    LiveScience - 06/19/2019

    “We want to look at the symbionts, the bacteria that live inside these animals, to see if they are providing any nutrition, and this is an area of research we are currently focusing on,” said study lead researcher Reuben Shipway, a postdoctoral researcher at the Marine Science Center at Northeastern University in Massachusetts. 

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