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Saturday, November 27, 2004

 
Holy Geometric Growth Batman!

When researchers first identified a new species of sea squirt (Didemnum sp.) in Georges Bank, it covered about 6 square miles of the ocean floor. Well folks, that was about one year ago. Current estimates indicate that the invasive tunicate now covers at least 40 square miles. MaineToday.com has the full story.






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