Sea urchin detail

Sea urchin detail

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Caption: Sea urchin detail. Close-up of the spines and the ambulacral system of a purple sea urchin (Paracentrotus lividus). The ambulacral, or water vascular, system is a network of fluid-filled canals unique to echinoderms, which functions in gas exchange, feeding, and locomotion. Photographed in the Mediterranean Sea, Alicante, Spain.

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Keywords: alicante, ambulacral system, anatomical, anatomy, animal, aquatic, biological, biology, close-up, detail, echinoderm, europe, european, gas-exchange, invertebrate, invertebrates, locomotion system, macro, marine biology, mediterranean sea, mouth, movement, orifice, paracentrotus lividus, purple sea urchin, red, sea urchin, spain, spanish, spine, spines, spiny, under-water, underwater, water vascular system, zoological, zoology

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