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English: The head of Antarctic krill. Observe the light organ at the eyestalk and the nerves visible in the antennae, the gastric mill, the filtering net at the thoracopods and the rakes at the tips of the thoracopods.
Deutsch: Der Kopf vom Antarktischen Krill. Erkennbar sind das Leuchtorgan am Augenstiel und die Nerven in den Antennen, der Kaumagen, das Filternetz der Thoracopoden und die Harken an den Spitzen der Thoracopoden.
Date 3 July 2005
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