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Sea fleas, the mysterious sea creatures that left Australian teenager's feet bloody? - Firstpost

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Sea fleas, the mysterious sea creatures that left Australian teenager's feet bloody?
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Marine scientist Genefor Walker-Smith told National Geographic that the creatures were in fact sea fleas and not sea lice. But the report adds that there is still room for doubt. ... Some reports cited experts pointing instead to stingrays or jellyfish ...

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Here's What It's Like to Be the Planetary Protection Officer at NASA - Seeker

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Here's What It's Like to Be the Planetary Protection Officer at NASA
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Moon jellies are “a problematic jellyfish the whole world over,” said Lisa-ann Gershwin, a research zoologist at the Australian science agency CSIRO and author of a 2013 book examining how the creatures can thrive even in harsh conditions. So she said ...
Planetary Protection Excites Space Fans of All Ages | NASANASA

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Mysterious Flesh-Eating Sea Creature Causes Shocking Injury - National Geographic

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Mysterious Flesh-Eating Sea Creature Causes Shocking Injury
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The name is broadly used to describe small external, parasitic crustaceans that feed on skin and blood or the larvae of jellyfish. They're more ... it from the water. Jon Norenburg, a research zoologist and chair of the Department of Invertebrate ...
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Watch the video of meat-eating sea fleas that left Australian teen gushing blood at Melbourne beach - South China Morning Post

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South China Morning Post

Watch the video of meat-eating sea fleas that left Australian teen gushing blood at Melbourne beach
South China Morning Post
Museums Victoria marine scientist Dr Genefor Walker-Smith, who later examined some of the specimens provided by the teenager's father, said the tiny creatures were likely sea fleas that are known to eat decomposing plant and animal scraps. Sea fleas ...
He put his feet in the ocean. Thirty minutes later, they were covered in blood.Sacramento Bee
Mysterious Flesh-Eating Sea Creature Causes Shocking InjuryNational Geographic Australia

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