Peter Griffin posted in carnivore • sea sponge • shrimp on March 17th, 2010.
Paul Easton writes in the Dom Post about a newly-discovered carnivorous sea sponge, first found on the Macquarie Ridge. The sea sponge, which preys on shrimp, has not yet been given a formal name, although unofficially it’s being called the ‘paperclip’ sponge. An excerpt: (read in full here) “However, Dr Kelly has taken to calling […]
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