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The man-of-war fish (Nomeus gronovii), a species of medusafish, near the tentacles of a siphonophore.
Medusafishes Are Grouped by Shared, Odd Traits: Study
Shared features, such as thick, slimy skin and a throat filled with teeth, suggest that medusafishes are all related.
Medusafishes Are Grouped by Shared, Odd Traits: Study
Medusafishes Are Grouped by Shared, Odd Traits: Study

Shared features, such as thick, slimy skin and a throat filled with teeth, suggest that medusafishes are all related.

Shared features, such as thick, slimy skin and a throat filled with teeth, suggest that medusafishes are all related.

marine mucilage
man in motorboat by a pier with the sea surface covered in marine mucilage
Why Turkey’s Sea of Marmara Is Full of Marine Snot
Christie Wilcox | Jun 11, 2021 | 3 min read
Turkish officials are scrambling to clean up a massive, gooey plankton bloom that’s sliming the country’s ports and could suffocate the area’s marine ecosystems.
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