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#New Species

# new-species - Friday 1 July, 2016

First-ever giant swimming, venomous centipede discovered by accident
# Creepy Crawly
# Creepy Crawly

First-ever giant swimming, venomous centipede discovered by accident

Jul 1st 2016, 10:36 AM 31,772 Views 38 Comments

The rare species has just recently been described in a science journal.

# new-species - Saturday 10 October, 2015

Which would you prefer as a pet - a walking fish, or a sneezing monkey?
# New Discoveries
# New Discoveries

Which would you prefer as a pet - a walking fish, or a sneezing monkey?

Oct 10th 2015, 3:00 PM 8,506 Views 11 Comments

More than 200 species have been discovered in the eastern Himalayas recently.

# new-species - Monday 26 January, 2015

Stop what you're doing and watch this 14-second video of an upside-down dog
# Discoveries
From The Daily Edge
# Discoveries

Stop what you're doing and watch this 14-second video of an upside-down dog

Jan 26th 2015, 4:59 PM 5,410 Views 1 Comment

A NEW DOG SPECIES.

# new-species - Wednesday 7 May, 2014

New species of dinosaur discovered in China
# Pinocchio Rex
From The Daily Edge
# Pinocchio Rex

New species of dinosaur discovered in China

May 7th 2014, 8:30 PM 2,000 Views 2 Comments

The recently-discovered species has been nicknamed Pinocchio rex because of its long snout.

# new-species - Thursday 15 August, 2013

Meet the olinguito: New mammal species wrongly identified for 100 years
# New Species
# New Species

Meet the olinguito: New mammal species wrongly identified for 100 years

Aug 15th 2013, 4:13 PM 11,059 Views 40 Comments

It is the first New World carnivore to be identified in 35 years.

# new-species - Tuesday 7 June, 2011

Gallery: 615 new species discovered in Madagascar since 1999
# New Species
From The Daily Edge
# New Species

Gallery: 615 new species discovered in Madagascar since 1999

Jun 7th 2011, 12:16 PM 898 Views 70 Comments

Look through some of the World Wildlife Fund’s photos of new lemurs, chameleons and snakes discovered on the fourth-largest island in the world.