This week, the Pacific Biosciences SMRT Grant announced the lucky winner of the World's Most Interesting Genome competition. The contest was voted on by the public and a dingo named Sandy won the day. But was that the right decision? No, Sandy is kind of like a doggo and it's clear that voters let her cuteness win out over far more interesting genomes.
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Video: Gulp. Just look at how ridiculous this thing looks. It's a giant black sea slug known as a sea hare and it's freaking monstrous. You don't really hold it in your hand as much as the sea hare, which can grow up to over 0.91m long and weigh over 14kg, just swallows your entire arm. Brave Wilderness found the black sea hare in the tide pools off the coast of the Pacific Ocean in San Pedro, CA and described holding it as super slimy and unbelievably slippery.