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The Kraken's Timeline Unleashed Across Myth and Science

Have you ever wondered how much of myths and legends we know today are based on actual events or things? What inspired mythological monsters such as the Kraken? Isn't it curious how these various stories from different era, depict creatures with striking resemblance to each other and to some organisms we know today? Wouldn't it be short of amazing to trace back the identity of the organisms from which these monsters were based on? Read more...

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Chown, S.L., C.M. Brooks, A. Terauds, C.L. Bohec, C. van Klaveren-Impagliazzo, J.D. Whittington, S.H.M. Butchart, B.W.T. Coetzee, B. Collen, P. Convey, K.J. Gaston, n. Gilbert, M. Gill, R. Hoft, S. Johnston, M.C. Kennicutt II., H.J. Kriesell, Y. Le Maho, H.J. Lynch, M. Palomares, R. Puig-Marco, P. Stoett and M.A. McGeoch. 2017. Antarctica and the strategic plan for biodiverisity. PLOS Biology.

Vallejo Jr, B., J. Conejar-Espedido, L. Manubag, K.C.C. Artiaga, I.I. Damatac, M. Amor, I.C.V.J. Imperial, T.A.B. Itong, I.K. Fontanilla, and E.P. Cao. 2017. First record of the Charru mussel Mytella charruana d'Orbignyi, 1846 (Bivalvia: Mytilidae) from Manila Bay, Luzon, Philippines. BioInvasions Record.

Mustika, P.L.K., R. Welters, G.E. Ryan, C. D'Lima, P. Sorongon-Yap, S. Jutapruet, and C. Peter. 2016. A rapid assessment of wildlife tourism risk posed to cetaceans in Asia. Journal of Sustainable Tourism.

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