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The term “Darwin’s finches” was first used in 1936 to describe a group of birds from the Galápagos Islands. One of the key differences between each species of finch was the drastic difference in beak size and its effect on what the bird eats. For example, a bird with a very long beak can access seeds and nectar…

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There are only two currently living species of bramble shark in existence today – Echinorhinus cookei and Echinorhinus brucus. The picture above shows Echinorhinus brucus. They live off the coast of Argentina, Chile, and in the Indian Ocean typically at depths of 1,300–3,000 feet so they are rarely…