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Specimen of Oxynoe olivacea feeding on Caulerpa racemosa.

How does evolution produce new genes?

... gets hold of those chloroplasts and puts them into its own skin and keeps them alive so the slug can also use the ... from the algae in order to power those chloroplasts in its own cells, and the only way researchers think that could ...

We share 99.9% of our genes, yet we're so different...

How many genes do humans share?

... or oranges versus lemons. And, actually, just in our own genes we have a lot of variations. We make, if you think ...

Glowing jellyfish

Could you mix human and animal genes?

... sensitive to magnetism. So, they really do have their own in-built compass. So Ewen, what would you clone in? Ewen ...