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TWiDN: Vampire Squid Doesn't Suck

This week in Discovery News Trace explores the mysterious creepiness (and odd diet) of the vampire squid, the unimaginable beauty of Van Gogh and the Hubble Space Telescope's imagery, brought together at last, and the chance for you to be a pambassador. LINKS TO THIS WEEK'S STORIES: Vampire Squid Thrive on Feces and Ocean Debris http://news.discovery.com/animals/vampire-squid-120925.html#mkcpgn-ytnws1 Hubble Mosaic Pays Tribute to Van Gogh http://news.discovery.com/space/collage-of-hubble-images-pays-tribute-to-starry-night-120921.html#mkcpgn-ytnws1 Want to Be a 'Pambassador'? http://news.discovery.com/animals/giant-panda-enthusiasts-wanted-for-pambassador-positions-120920.html#mkcpgn-ytnws1 All Our Panda Coverage http://news.discovery.com/panda#mkcpgn-ytnws1 Be a Chengdu Pambassador on Facebook http://facebook.com/chengdupambassador MORE DISCOVERY NEWS VIDEO: http://DiscoveryNewsVideo.com#mkcpgn-ytnws1 CONNECT WITH DISCOVERY NEWS: Like us on Facebook http://facebook.com/discoverynews Follow us on Twitter @Discovery_News http://twitter.com/discovery_news Join our Tumblr http://discoverynews.tumblr.com Buy That Shirt http://discoverynews.com/shirts Remember, our stories are selected by YOU the reader. To get your favorite story on the show leave comments on Facebook, tweet the stories and read Discovery News all you can!
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