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  • Microbes turn the chemicals into energy and biomass, larger creatures eat the microbes, and the result is exotic animals like red-tipped tubeworms that have neither mouth nor stomach, as well as anemones, giant red-fleshed clams, jellyfish that resemble dandelions, shrimp, snails, lobsters, and blind white crabs — different combinations of species at each vent.

    Mining’s Final Frontier

  • Darian saw at once that there were scores of drying racks covered with a red-fleshed filleted fish, with smoldering fires beneath them.

    Elephant in the City

  • I'm not fond of sliced fish made with whitefish, but I like salmon and a couple of other red-fleshed fish.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • I'm not fond of sliced fish made with whitefish, but I like salmon and a couple of other red-fleshed fish.

    Fish

  • Small new potatoes or use fingerlings or small blue-, purple-, or red-fleshed potatoes make a perfect alternative for a finger-sized version!

    Top 100 Finger Foods

  • The football-shaped, red-fleshed mamey sapote grows in Cuba, as well as in southern Florida.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • Superb varieties such as the white-fleshed Shalah and the red-fleshed Tomcham are only edible a few days after picking.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • Superb varieties such as the white-fleshed Shalah and the red-fleshed Tomcham are only edible a few days after picking.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • The football-shaped, red-fleshed mamey sapote grows in Cuba, as well as in southern Florida.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • Superb varieties such as the white-fleshed Shalah and the red-fleshed Tomcham are only edible a few days after picking.

    The Fruit Hunters

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