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/int/ 30214903: >there are at least thousands of animals we have nev...

ah_lice Avatar
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>there are at least thousands of animals we have never seen because they are too deep in the ocean

velagapati Avatar
velagapati:#30214910

It's probably for the best

arnel_lenteria Avatar
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Extraterrestrial life probably looks like that

ryanjohnson_me Avatar
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>between 2000-2009, there were 176,311 newly discovered species

>Nearly 2 million species have been identified since 1758.

>It is estimated that 10 million additional plant and animal species still await discovery.

>It has been speculated that up to 20 million new marine microbial species may still be discovered.

vickyshits Avatar
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>>30214955
How do you even keep up with so many species?

rcass Avatar
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It is possible that you constantly are surrounded by unidentified insects. Shield bug with a slightly differing shield color pattern would already mean that's a new species.

solid_color Avatar
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>There are millions of animals that have gone extinct and we will possibly never know about them
>priceless fossils and artifacts have gone undiscovered and potentially lost to time thanks to natural and human forces
>you'll never help discover one of these species and contribute to the index