Sea Cucumbers Shoot a Weird, Sticky Organ From Their Butt to Fight Off Predators : ScienceAlert


Squirming slowly along the ocean floor, sea cucumbers look like an easy target to hungry predators. But at the slightest provocation, these chunky tube animals tear a hole in the wall of their own butt and cast out a tangle of fine, sticky, noodles.

Stress-induced butt-vomiting might sound comical, but it serves a…

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