Credit: PETER MATULAVICH/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: A Daphnia, a micro-crustacean several millimeters in size, struggles to break free of the tentacles of a Hydra, a pond water predator. The Daphnia succeeds but loses part of its body in the process. Both are multi-cellular organisms found in freshwater ponds, lakes and streams throughout much of the world. Recorded under Rheinberg illumination.

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Keywords: arthropod, branched antenna, cladoceran, cnidaria, compound eye, crustacean, daphnia pulex, freshwater, hunt, hydra, hydrozoa, invertebrate, micro, plankton, pond, predator, prey, swim water flea, tentacle

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Hydra

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