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Verongia sponge

Verongia sponge

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SERGIO HANQUET / LOOK AT SCIENCES / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY SERGIO HANQUET / LOOK AT SCIENCES / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption

Verongia sponge (Verongia aerophoba). Sponges are the most primitive of the multicellular animals, lacking organs and true body tissues. They form a wide variety of shapes, sizes and colours. They feed by filtering plankton as water passes through pores in their bodies. Photographed in the Atlantic, off the Canary Islands.

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