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May 14, 2011

Potentially new species identified during a 2011 Marine Rapid Assessment Program survey in Bali. Meiacanthus new fangblenny © Conservation International/Gerald Allen

Bali, Indonesia / Arlington, Virginia, U.S. — A two-week marine survey conducted by scientists with Conservation International (CI) in Indonesia, along with local partners, led to the discovery of eight potentially new species of fish and a potentially new species of coral in the waters surrounding Bali island. Read the full article