Makiri Sei, a staff scientist at the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia, was looking for rare tropical snails at Montgomery Botanical Garden before dawn when she discovered this New Guinea flatworm in August 2014.
Makiri Sei, a staff scientist at the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia, was looking for rare tropical snails at Montgomery Botanical Garden before dawn when she discovered this New Guinea flatworm in August 2014. Makiri Sei Courtesy of
Makiri Sei, a staff scientist at the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia, was looking for rare tropical snails at Montgomery Botanical Garden before dawn when she discovered this New Guinea flatworm in August 2014. Makiri Sei Courtesy of

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