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Image of the Day: Deep Sea Sailors

The ocean-dwelling siphonophore (Marrus orthocanna) is a colony of many individuals, each of which performs a specialized task, such as swimming, feeding, or reproduction.

By | June 18, 2014

NOAA, KEVIN RASKOFF 

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Avatar of: JToeppen

JToeppen

Posts: 28

June 18, 2014

Is a colony of many individuals, each of which performs a specialized task "organized"?

Avatar of: RNase5

RNase5

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June 19, 2014

If it is a colony of many 'individuals'. that means each individual works only one specialized task.. How a individual can perform only one task??

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