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  1. For every videographer and photographer out there.... you might have footage of an unexpected new species!!! I almost didn't ask about this one but it made the day of Mark McGrouther at the Australian Museum...... They didn't know it existed until the early 2000's and it took them another 10 years to figure out what colour it was live! http://australianmuseum.net.au/blogpost/Science/Scorpionfish-Fish-Tale
  2. Hi Wetpixelites and Nudilovers, I have a potential new nudibranch alert from New Zealand. Here's the story and photos: http://www.inspiredtodive.com/nudiblog/is-there-a-new-nudibranch-in-nz Please share this with all of your nudi networks. I'm very keen to hear from anyone who thinks they may have seen this species. Happy sea slug snooping! Ali
  3. For every videographer and photographer out there.... you might have footage of an unexpected new species!!! I almost didn't ask about this one but it made the day of Mark McGrouther at the Australian Museum...... They didn't know it existed until the early 2000's and it took them another 10 years to figure out what colour it was live! http://australianmuseum.net.au/blogpost/Science/Scorpionfish-Fish-Tale
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