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Comb jellies look like creatures from another planet. Despite their name and physical appearance, these sea creatures are different from jellyfish. They're also about as far from us on the tree of life as a species can get and still be considered an animal. But based on new research findings, we may have something very basic to our lives in common with them.

READ: Pooping Comb Jellies Just Upended Gut Evolution
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/08/comb-jellies-poop-video-guts-evolution-biology-science/
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What are Comb Jellies and Why is Their Poop Important? | National Geographic
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