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  • "Biologists exploring the ocean floor for new sea creatures have stumbled upon one of the largest known single-celled creatures, a bland, grape-sized distant cousin of the amoeba that may solve a thorny evolutionary question that has puzzled researchers for decades.

    "Researchers have seen similar blobs on the ocean floor before, but what distinguishes the new one, called a Bahamian Gromia, is that it moves--albeit very slowly--by rolling itself along the ocean floor, leaving behind distinctive trails." -- "Sea creature leaves trail of evolutionary clues," Los Angeles Times, November 25, 2008

    December 4, 2008