Eyeless goby fish 10,000km apart share common ancestor BBC News Eyeless and colourless, Madagascan cave goby relatives were living "down-under". A pair of eyeless, cave-dwelling fish species, separated millions of years ago, have turned up on either side of the Indian Ocean.
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Scientists hope to use satellite images to monitor the impact of environmental change on lakes and reservoirs. Researchers hope the system will allow them to detect minute variations...Centre for Ecology and Hydrology and the Plymouth Marine...
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