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Information on the giant Antarctic isopod (Glyptonotus antarcticus) is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly.…
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This cirolanid isopod is a small, blind, unpigmented crustacean with a moderately slender body, which is slightly more than 3 times as long…
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The common woodlouse (Oniscus asellus) is one of the commonest and widely spread of the British woodlice. Woodlice are not insects, but are…
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Woodlice are not insects, but are crustaceans; more closely related to crabs and shrimps than insects. The body is divided into three main…
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The common sea slater is a sea-shore relative of woodlice that can grow up to 3 cm in length. It has a flattened, oval-shaped body that is…
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New education resource – African Animal Maths.
Like other pipefish, the long-nosed pipefish does not have scales, but is encased in a series of bony rings.
Brown bears go fishing
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