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Sea pearl (Valonia ventricosa) alga on a sponge. Sea pearls, or sailor's eyeballs, or bubble algae, are very large single-celled algae, whose one cell can reach more than five centimetres in diameter. Each cell is attached to the substrate by fibrous threads. Filmed in the Caribbean Sea.
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