Sea Urchins - Planktonic Origins

Submitted by: ElectricEye 4 years ago in Science

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Barely visible to the naked eye, sea urchin larvae grow and transform into bottom-dwelling urchins.
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Male 14,856
Baby outgrows and digests its` mother. WHAAAT?
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Male 38,352
OMG! NSFW! Urchin sex :-P

And bad puns! iiieee!

Looks like the first stage of "Spore"...
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Male 6,227

OMG, Carmium. That`s Awesome!

@Gerry: I couldn`t resist. =^.^=
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Male 38,734

Bad Squrlz - BAD!
lol
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Female 6,381
Squrlz4Sale:
Man on tropical vacation develops bad constipation. He goes to the drugstore looking for an enema kit. "Oh no, mon, chew this," says the druggist, pulling a leaf from a potted palm and handing it to him. Man does as told, has wonderful BM, and returns to thank druggist: "With fronds like these," he says, "you don`t need enemas!"
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Female 2,549
Yeah one of these broke a spine on my shin during a dive.
The worst pain ever. Still have scar.

Squrlz that was long setup for a punch line... I hope. Otherwise.you gotta get an intervention going for her!
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Male 3,060
Oooohhhh..... Pretty...
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Male 2,199
This reminded me of spore...
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Male 6,227

My cousin`s a marine biologist and used to be one of the world`s leading experts on anemones. She was in the lab seven days a week. You couldn`t get her to take a vacation. It was insane. All that changed a few years ago when she fell in with a new crowd and started attending raves. Now her life`s one big nonstop party. Her scientific work? Out the window.

I recently caught up with her at a rave and asked her if she was OK. She replied, "With friends like these, who needs anemones?"
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Male 2,729
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