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  1. kacey johnson at |

    interesting

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  2. tasmanian devil at |

    How about the male Antechinus down here in Australia. Once it reaches sexual maturity it thinks about nothing else, mates once and dies. Not a good way to spread your DNA but it obviously works.

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  3. Bodlagz at |

    On the beach in Thailand I saw numerous jellyfish washed up, on closer inspection the jellyfish were covered in brittle starfish, both inside and outside the canopy. At first i thought the starfish were eating the jellyfish and that was what caused them to be washed up.
    Turns that there is a rarely seen phenomena whereby starfish (brittle starfish) hitch a ride on the jellyfish.

    http://www.pattayaunlimited.com/2011/04/thai-jellyfish-possessed-by-aliens.html

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  4. Amber at |

    What about dolphins and their rape caves?

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