It’s A Half-Plant, Half-Animal…It’s A Sea Slug!



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Some of you might have seen this already but how cool is this. It's the first sea slug or critter ever discovered to produce chlorophyll. This particular sea slug can now substain itself via photosynthesis...which is what plants use to convert sunlight into energy. SUPER COOL. What's even cooler is that the picture of it. Usually the first thing I think of when I think of slugs is something slow but the picture of this one looks like it's flying through water. Like a Super-Slug.

"We collect them and we keep them in aquaria for months," Pierce said. "As long as we shine a light on them for 12 hours a day, they can survive [without food]."

The article is worth reading at MSNBC. Click Here To Read More.


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