The era of cats seems to be coming to an end. Now the expanses of the web is rapidly storming gastropods. You have already met the “underwater rabbit” Jorunna parva, with the “pikachu” Thecacera Pacifica.
Now in line is a slug, called a sea lamb, or Costasiella kuroshimae.
This cute slug is the rising star of the Internet. Despite the fact that Costasiella kuroshimae has nothing to do with ordinary sheep, it is precisely this name instead of the original that stuck with it, due to some kind of external similarity.
Costasiella kuroshimae lives off the coast of Japan, Indonesia and the Philippines at a depth of 10 meters. Its tiny little body can reach 5 mm in length. It feeds on “sea sheep” algae. However, the most surprising thing about this cartoon creation is that it belongs to a very small list of animals capable of performing photosynthesis.
When these slugs eat algae, they suck chloroplasts out of them and incorporate them into their organs.
This process is called Kleptoplasty and can only be performed by single-celled organisms. Essentially this process turns slugs into solar cells.
Let me now remind you of something else from the life of marine life: for example, this means skomyachit!, But when they even made Fertilizers of the horseshoe crabs. See how the Hungry Fur Seal killed and ate five sharks and whether Born to swim really can't fly? See what Protective Bioluminescence is and What porpoises areThis is a copy of the article located at http://masterokblog.ru/?p=4906.
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