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Top 10 new species of 2011 named by conservation group

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May 24, 2012

Top 10 lists are standard fodder for media: the 10 best dressed, the 10 best-looking, the 10 most wanted, etc. But the International Institute for Species Exploration, headquartered at Arizona State University, has a new take on such lists. For the last five years, the institute has been issuing a top 10 list of the quirkiest, most bizarre and just plain interesting new species discovered the previous year. This year's list was released... full story

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Top 10 new species of 2011 named by conservation group

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