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  1. #1 Evolutionary Tree Grows New Branch 
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    Recent discovery by scientists at Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia.


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    Nice, and not surprising


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    It's exciting to me that we can still find new supra-kingdom level species here on Earth. It gives hope to eventually finding extraterrestrial life.
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