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Help find Jeremy the 'lefty' snail a mate Help find Jeremy the 'lefty' snail a mate no Close A rare garden snail with an anticlockwise shell - a "lefty" - has been discovered in London. Even with all of the technology connecting us together, finding and meeting people for dates, mates, hookups, and spouses can still be a.

It's an exciting discovery but sadly for "Jeremy", he can only mate with another unique lefty. They are so big they can be seen from space. Make a Date, Meet a Mate Online.

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If you find a snail, us: today bbc. Squid expert Prof O'Dor of Canada, a Census co-senior scientist: "For me one of the most exciting finds gloryhole anchorage the ridge in mid-Atlantic and where we discovered a whole eco system of creatures. Involving more than 2, scientists from 82 nations it is due to be published in forming an online encyclopedia of all old and new creatures with a web for every species.

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There is likely to be up tomarine species listed showing s, distribution and location with maps indicating hot spots for species and the extent of biodiversity in the oceans In the latest update of the Census, which will be revealed at a World Conference on Marine Biodiversity in Valencia, Spain this week Novscientists will reveal some of their remarkable discoveries in the world's ocean depths.

The Census of Marine Life is a year project which will summarise everything known about all forms of life in the sea.

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Nottingham University's resident snail expert Dr Angus Davison told the Today programme so-called mat and lefties can't get it on because their genitals are in the wrong place, so he wants our listeners to search Mdet gardens to find another "lefty" snail for his to mate with. The stretch of ocean which the sharks make for — from both California and Mexico — is not a particularly rich feeding ground but it may act as a 'singles bar' where they can find a mate.

Plenty of guidance exists for singles who venture onto the Web to find their dream partner. Ian Poiner, chair of the Census's International Scientific Steering Committee said once completed it will represent a milestone in science.

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Satellite tagging has revealed that male and female sharks make frequent and repetitive dives together which may be linked to courtship. The vastness of the ocean and our new research tools keep marine biology forever young.