Discovery

LOST & FOUND, PART II Next year, scientists plan an expedition to the Republic of Congo to check reports of a small brontosaurus-like animal. What else is out there?

Last week huge purplish black jellyfish, Chrysaora achlyos, not spotted since 1989, appeared near San Diego. Rarer still, Javan rhinoceroses were photographed this spring. They have been feared extinct since shortly after the Vietnam War. And in 1997 and '98, at least two coelacanths, rare fish, were caught by Indonesian fishermen. Prior to 1938, the fish was believed to have been extinct for more than 25 million years.

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