Strange Green Worms Form 'Superorganism' as they Sunbathe
Strange green flatworms, also known as “mint-sauce worms,” collect together in shallow waters along much of Europe’s Atlantic coast, forming what researchers call a “superorganism.” It is believed that this social behavior helps protect the animals and aids in their photosynthetic feeding.
Source: Natures Talk Show via Nature World News
Strange Green Worms Form 'Superorganism' as they Sunbathe
Natures Talk Show via Nature World News

Strange Green Worms Form 'Superorganism' as they Sunbathe
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