THE WEEK IN SCIENCE: LIVING SUBMARINES OF THE PAST; New Light on the Nautiloids of 600,000,000 Years Ago -- Fathers Of Genius -- Laboratories for Extremely Low Temperatures

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THE WEEK IN SCIENCE: LIVING SUBMARINES OF THE PAST; New Light on the Nautiloids of 600,000,000 Years Ago -- Fathers Of Genius -- Laboratories for Extremely Low Temperatures

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SEVERAL hundred million years ago the nautiloids dominated life. Compared with them the dinosaurs, titanotheres and other giant reptiles now extinct belong, as it were, to last week. The nautiloids were huge, weird octopus-like creatures that rode the sea

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'THE WEEK IN SCIENCE: LIVING SUBMARINES OF THE PAST; New Light on the Nautiloids of 600,000,000 Years Ago -- Fathers Of Genius -- Laboratories for Extremely Low Temperatures', New York Times

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“THE WEEK IN SCIENCE: LIVING SUBMARINES OF THE PAST; New Light on the Nautiloids of 600,000,000 Years Ago -- Fathers Of Genius -- Laboratories for Extremely Low Temperatures,” Past Periodicals, accessed January 18, 2022, https://unsettlingscientificstories.omeka.net/items/show/20428.