A group of marine invertebrates use sheets of mucus to catch their food

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(Natural News) The inhabitants of the ocean can be just as mysterious and fascinating as their home. Invertebrates called pyrosomes, for example, secrete sheets of mucus that they use as a net to catch their food. Pyrosomes belong to a group of marine organisms that Kelly Sutherland, assistant professor of biology at the University of…

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