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Atolla is a deep sea jelly fish which can be up to 10" across and looks more like a flower than an animal. When touched or disturbed it produces bright, rapidly-flashing circles of blue bioluminescent light that scientists think may confuse would-be hunters. (Photo by Larry Madin, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution) #Jellyfish
A Flamingo Tongue snail crawls over soft corals in the Caribbean. In an "arms race" over evolutionary time, the corals developed toxins that deter predators, but the snail evolved a group of genes and proteins called a "defensome" that detoxify coral compounds and allow it to eat the corals. (Photo by Kristen Whalen, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution) #Shellfish