Obsolete taxonomic groups
In the history of the Linnaean classification system, many taxa have become defunct.
Bright yellow in colour, this unicellular, brainless organism, exists all over the world and can move, eat, and even solve problems
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Amazing - Unbelievable video of my life
Unbelievable video of my life
Playful fish,enjoys being handled and thrown
This wonderful little fish actually plays with this man. He trusts him enough to even be held and thrown. The fish really seems to be enjoying it. I believe ...
QUANTO PEIXE! Todos Passando Fome e Olha o Agir de Deus se Manifestando - YouTube
QUANTO PEIXE! Todos Passando Fome e Olha o Agir de Deus se Manifestando Olha a benção de Jesus..... Na Índia... Todos passando fome e olha o agir de Deus se ...
Deep-sea fish with 'feet'
While exploring off the coast of Puerto Rico, NOAA's Okeanos Explorer caught footage of a pink frogmouth fish walking around. Produced by Grace Raver. Footag...
Romance Of The Seas: Strange Mating Habits Of The Seahorse
Well, not just any fish. Thanks to Samm Newman Hernandez, who asked about seahorses—their life spans, sizes, and how they mate—Weird Animal Question of the Week learned a lot about these fantastic fis...
The Proboscis Worm's Mouth of Horrors
Is this worm something from Earth or outer space? Check out what our biologists have to say about the creepy, but fascinating proboscis worm. Don't miss new ...
Eating Fish May Protect Against Alzheimer's
Older adults who ate the most seafood had less Alzheimer’s-related brain pathology compared to those who ate little or no seafood. The research team turned to the Memory and Aging Project (MAP), which...
High-Tech Tuna Researcher Uncovers Marvels of the Big Fish
Using cutting-edge research tools, Stanford professor Barbara Block is unraveling the mysteries and revealing the marvels of bluefin tuna.
Swimming with the World’s Biggest Fish
See explorer Zeb Hogan as he races to study these massive fish before they disappear forever.
Scientists discover how ocean fish magically disappear. Now the Navy wants to know
A study released Thursday says that two ocean fish reflect polarized light from their skin in a way that makes them seemingly disappear from predators' view. The U.S. Navy funded the study as part of ...
Why You Should Never Eat Tilapia
Their feed is not natural — in the wild, tilapia would eat algae and lake plants, but the farms fatten up the fish on GMO corn and soy pellets. The amount of healthful fish oils in these creatures is ...
Around the World In Eighty Fish
What you eat when you fish around the world...
CARP ATTACK [Carpé Diem!]
My brother, nephews and a friend go "fishing" down a small drainage ditch sometime during the summer of '10 near the flooded Spoon River in West Central Illi...
Rare Fish With Human-Like Teeth Found In South Jersey Lake
A fish that's native to the Amazon was caught in a pond in South Jersey over the weekend. Ron Rossi from Delran, Burlington County made the rare catch Sunday at Swedes Lake during a fishing excursion ...
Prokaryote
3D animation of a prokaryotic cell that shows all the elements that compose it.A prokaryote is a single-celled organism that lacks a membrane-bound nucleus (karyon), mitochondria, or any other membr...
Prokaryote - Wikipedia
Protista
In some biological taxonomy schemes, protists (/ˈproʊtɨst/) are a large and diverse group of eukaryotic microorganisms, which belong to the kingdom Protista. There have been attempts to remove the kin...
Protista - Wikipedia
Pythiaceae
Pythiaceae is a family of water moulds. The family includes plant pathogenic fungus-like organisms in the genus Phytophthora; as well as serious plant and animal pathogens in the genus Pythium. The fa...
Pythiaceae - Wikipedia
Vermes
Vermes ("worms") is an obsolete taxon used by Carolus Linnaeus for all non-arthropod invertebrate animals. In Linnaeus system the group had the rank of class, occupying the 6th (and last) slot of his ...
Colliniidae
Colliniidae is a family of ciliate protozoa of the order Apostomatida.
Colliniidae - Wikipedia
Exogenote
An exogenote is a piece of donor DNA and usually occurs in mating of prokaryotic organisms.An exogenote is genetic material that is released into the environment by prokaryotic cells, usually upon the...
Alveolate
The alveolates ("with cavities") are a major superphylum of protists.
There are five phyla, which are very diverse in form, but are now known to be close relatives based on various ultrastructural...
Archaeogastropoda
Archaeogastropoda (also known as Aspidobranchia) was a taxonomic order of sea snails used in older classifications of gastropods, i.e. snails and slugs. Archeogastropoda are marine prosobranch gastrop...
Archaeogastropoda - Wikipedia
Piranha
Awesome clip from BBC wildlife show 'Jungle' showing the affect one drop of blood can have on a school of piranha fish.
Basommatophora
Basommatophora was a term that was previously used as a taxonomic informal group, a group of snails within the informal group Pulmonata, the air-breathing slugs and snails. According to the taxonomy o...
Hedylopsoidea
Hedylopsoidea was defined as a taxonomic superfamily of sea slugs, mostly marine gastropod mollusks within the informal group Opisthobranchia according to the taxonomy of Bouchet & Rocroi (2005).S...