New species found in threatened reef

03/3/2013 | Our Amazing Planet

Marine biologists have discovered several species of marine invertebrates living in a threatened reef in Papua New Guinea. Some of the newly found creatures include tiny animals that look like shrimp and live in sponges, and a pink nudibranch, a snail that doesn't have a shell.

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