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The sea gooseberry (Pleuobrachia pileus) is a ctenophore -- a form of gelatinous zooplankton. Unlike jellyfish, these creatures do not have stinging cells; they use their sticky tentacles to catch prey such as fish and invertebrate larvae. (photo: Jeff Hannigan)

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