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The Observer 04 Nov 2019
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Blind fish species discovered in Meghalaya cave

The Times of India 29 Dec 2017
SHILLONG. A new species of fish has been discovered inside a cave in East Jaintia Hills district, a New Zealand-based science journal has revealed. The fish, which has been named Schistura larketensis, derives its name from Larket village, where the cave is situated ... The completed study has now been published in Zootaxa, the Newzealand-based journal ... .


Scripps Howard 02 Jan 2001
NEWZEALAND (Samelson, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) _ In some ways the South Island's glacier region of New Zealand is a microcosm of the country, where rain forests, mountains and sandy beaches are in close proximity to one another, providing many options for an outdoors vacation ... (SHNS photo by Karen Samelson / via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel).
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