New invertebrate species found in Israel

A new species of invertebrate animals that have been heretofore unknown to science have been discovered in Israel, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem announced Tuesday.

Various politicians and members of Knesset deny that the report is based on their actions toward terrorism from Gaza.

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5 Responses to New invertebrate species found in Israel

  1. Various politicians and members of Knesset deny that the report is based on their actions toward terrorism from Gaza.

    However, some Americans believe that the new find is related to the actions of the United States Senate with regard to illegal immigration.

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  2. chsw says:

    This is not new at all. Many European politicians have no spines. Many of them have no testicles, too. And I am not talking about women.

    chsw

  3. Michael Lonie says:

    Fer crying in the night, they might at least tell us which PHYLUM the damn thing is in, and preferably the class. People find new “invertebrate species” every day. Any tropical rainforest should be good for at least one or two new insect species every time someone goes looking.

  4. Any tropical rainforest – HA! Comparing a rainforest with our wild fauna and flora. Just to untangle all the live forms one from another is a problem here, this is why distinguishing a new one is an issue…

    And re politicos – what else is new?

  5. Jon says:

    Your mean to say they have democrats in Israel too?

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