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• A Princeton professor reports the clam is sexually active all of its life. Other clam experts say they can figure out the age of a clam by checking its shell’s growth rings. They now know many a clam lives 150 years. Intensive research goes on.

• Understand a lot of people in Europe eat crows. Or used to.

• Eels go through a young stage when they’re transparent. You could actually read the newspaper through their bodies.

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