And other fun facts from The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week.
Using lasers, scientists digitally reconstructed these delicate, squishy houses.
This mucus packs a punch.
A gentle zap of electricity keeps these animals on the move.
The rare and mysterious Deepstaria jellyfish looks like a cross between a plastic bag and a Victorian spectre.
An interdisciplinary team opens a new window into the creature's bizarre lifecycle.
From face cream to fertilizers, all sorts of products are under development to make use of soaring jellyfish populations.
Their strange ways could tell us about the evolution of snoozing.
An incredibly luminous snack.
Someday, we could use those mechanics for drug delivery or advanced tech.
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