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Solitary Salp

Solitary Salp

Salps are transparent animals that eat phytoplankton by filtering it from the water with a mucus net inside their barrel-shaped bodies. They can be single animals, called solitaries, or live in chains called aggregates.
(Photo by Laurence Madin, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)

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