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Scientists discover new 'killer' sponges

Close-up view of Asbestopluma monticola, one of four new species of carnivorous sponges that were discovered off the West Coast of North America is seen in this undated handout photo. They look like fuzzy fingers, waving gently from the depths of the ocean floor but make no mistake, they're stone cold killers. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO- MBARI

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