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Submission + - Tiny tentacled microorganisms named after Cthulu (science.ubc.ca)

mebates writes: Two newly discovered protists, found in the guts of termites, named after monstrous cosmic entities featured in Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos as an ode to the sometimes strange and fascinating world of the microbe.
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Tiny tentacled microorganisms named after Cthulu

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