15 Sep '11, 2pm

Awesome alert! New bottlenose dolphin species found:

Awesome alert! New bottlenose dolphin species found:

We all know the Earth still has more and stranger species than we've discovered, or at least it will until we clear-cut and climate-bomb them right into extinction. But you usually figure these fragile exotic lifeforms are hanging out in caves under Madagascar, or somewhere else that's tough to get to. Turns out, though, that at least some of them have been chiling near Melbourne, Australia, where researchers have discovered a new species of dolphin just basically right under their noses. This is only the third new dolphin species recognized since the late 1800s, though maybe others are out there masquerading as standard-issue dolphins. Researchers had lumped the new species, called Tursiops australis, in with other local bottlenose dolphins until now. That's a picture of T. australis above -- how could anyone have thought it was a bottlenose? Please! There are at least 15...

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