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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of specimens in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

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    The numerical value of specimens in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

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  1. Kenneth Angielczyk:

    In the time since discovery the specimens have been prepared (i.e., extra rock was removed to expose more of the specimen itself), and this allowed us to make detailed comparisons of the anatomy of Ichibengops to other therocephalians.

  2. Victoria Elena Vasquez:

    I've seen a few reports alluding to how dangerous and scary this shark might be, which is pretty funny to me since the largest one we found (a full grown adult) was 515 mm long (20 inches) from head to tail, since we don't have a lot of specimens we can't confirm if they grow larger, but since it lives in the deep sea, it would be too challenging for people to have a chance encounter in the water without a submersible.

  3. Melissa Farrell:

    So they do it in a way that they get the best specimens, so I know it can happen.

  4. Agostino Leone:

    This new data allowed us to observe the biological diversity of white sharks living in the Mediterranean, by analyzing and comparing different specimens, we were able to estimate that the white shark population in the Mediterranean started to evolve differently from other cognate populations around 3.2 million years ago. This essentially proves that those theories about sharks colonizing the Mediterranean around 450,000 years ago are wrong.

  5. Michelle Stocker:

    These are the oldest frogs from near the equator, the oldest frogs overall are roughly 250 million years old from Madagascar and Poland, but those specimens are from higher latitudes [than the Chinle frog] and not equatorial.

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    not transmitting or reflecting light or radiant energy; impenetrable to sight
    • A. suspicious
    • B. sought
    • C. opaque
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