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Oxford biologists outline what alien life looks like

When picturing our potential extraterrestrial neighbours, it’s human nature to imagine that they look something like us: bipedal, with dextrous hands and a face plan much like ours (eyes above nose above mouth) – even if those eyes are a bit large

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