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Turtles in a nutshell

Posted by , on 7 September 2011

Turtles are peculiar vertebrates. They have a compact skull with no temporal openings, a beak instead of teeth, a contractible neck, and a shell covering its trunk. The famous turtle ...

Echinoderm development on film

Posted by , on 6 December 2010

“I also here salute the echinoderms as a noble group especially designed to puzzle the zoologist.” Libbie Hyman, 1955 Echinoderms are fascinating creatures. They have extensive regenerative capabilities, a mutable ...

Recent comments by Bruno Vellutini

Thanks! Forgot to say that we are almost finishing a longer and more complete version of this video. Should be available at the beginning of 2011!
by Bruno Vellutini in Echinoderm development on film on December 13, 2010