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Mystery fish stumps scientists

Scientists at Drexel University in Philadelphia are stumped. A small subterranean catfish first described in 2011 is proving impossible to classify, thanks to a skeletal structure that's unlike any other. Rob Muir reports.

http://www.wzzm13.com/video/3575636753001/1/Mystery-fish-stumps-scientists http://cdn.newslook.com/19/193ef8a97db3016b8986d40b06b71aa0/images/frame_ext.jpg Mystery fish stumps scientists Scientists at Drexel University in Philadelphia are stumped. A small subterranean catfish first described in 2011 is proving impossible to classify, thanks to a skeletal structure that's unlike any other. Rob Muir reports. technologynewslookindiaWorldRob Muirscience 00:56

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