Painted tunicate colony

Painted tunicate colony

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Credit: CLAY COLEMAN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Painted tunicate colony (Clavelina picta). A tunicate is a sessile marine animal that feeds by circulating water through its tubular sac-like body. Painted tunicates live in clusters ranging from a few individuals to as many as 1000, each measuring approximately 15mm across. Photographed in the Bahamas, Caribbean Sea.

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