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Here are some of of the most incredible examples of nature not fixing what aint broke. Credit: Stefan Siebert/Brown University To be clear, living fossils is not a scientific term per se, and theres no consensus on a formal definition.
But for the purposes of this article, were going to define a 'living fossil' as an ancient species that (1) hasnt gone extinct, (2) has not produced, or radiated, many new species (i.e.
Tourism Malaysia's Singapore office director Zalizam Zakaria said Malaysia had recorded about 6.1 million tourist arrivals from Singapore in the first six months of this year, and was confident that its target of 11 million for 2009 could be achieved.
Kedah hopes to attract more than 100,000 tourists from the island republic, including expatriates and travellers who are transiting in Singapore, to Langkawi and mainland Kedah this year.v=v5Xr-Wk W5JM Published on ================================================== ==== Nasa 'smallsats' open up new planetary frontier By Paul Rincon Science editor, BBC News website, The Woodlands, Texas The Ice Cube smallsat was designed to study Earth, but upcoming missions would be despatched to other planetary bodies Nasa is planning a series of small satellite missions that could open up new ways of exploring the Solar System.