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    The University of Florida will not recall its 2014 sports calendar, which features a spread of Aaron Hernandez for the month of July, explaining that the calendar was approved before the former football star was charged in the murder of three men. (Jimi Kunkel via Twitter)


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    The University of Florida will not recall its 2014 sports calendar, which features a spread of Aaron Hernandez for the month of July, explaining that the calendar was approved before the former football star was charged in the murder of three men. (Jimi Kunkel via Twitter)



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    This handout photo from the University of Florida is a composite showing different views of a comb jelly known as Pleurobrachia bachei as it swims. University of Florida researchers investigated the genes of this and other comb jelly species, and found the mysterious creatures evolved a unique nervous system in a different way than other animals. (AP Photo/University of Florida)


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    FILE - This March 29, 2014 file photo shows University of Florida neurobiologist Leonid Moroz pulling a net from the Gulf Stream off the coast of Florida, to examine invertebrate species headed for his unique floating laboratory. New research with mysterious sea creatures called comb jellies suggests nature created more than one way to a nervous system. (AP Photo/Lauran Neergaard, File)




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    This March 30, 2014, photo shows University of Florida researchers working with invertebrate species caught in the Gulf Stream off the coast of Florida and headed for a unique shipboard laboratory where the scientists are studying the animals' genetics in real time. (AP Photo/Suzette Laboy)


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    This March 30, 2014, photo, University of Florida graduate student Rachel Sanford works with samples of mysterious sea creatures called comb jellies in a unique floating laboratory, sailing off the coast of Florida. (AP Photo/Suzette Laboy)


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