Glowing Seasquirt
Some species of seasquirts have symbiotic relationships with bioluminescent bacteria. The light emitted attracts plankton, which the seasquirt feeds on. In return, the bacteria have a structure to live on.
Nick Hobgood on Flickr

Glowing Seasquirt

Some species of seasquirts have symbiotic relationships with bioluminescent bacteria. The light emitted attracts plankton, which the seasquirt feeds on. In return, the bacteria have a structure to live on.

Nick Hobgood on Flickr

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