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Topic: Scientists unlocked the secret of how these ultrablack fish absorb light  (Read 390 times)

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Two specimens, the Anoplogaster cornuta and the Idiacanthus antrostomus, were the only two fish over the course of six years of field work that I was able to get decent photographs of," Osborn told Ars.

Apparently, she doesn't get paid per photo...
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