Thursday, April 10, 2008

A Crochet Colony

Mysterious creatures have begun to sprout up on the Stitchin' Fish sea floor!
Just look at this lush rose-coloured bryzoan. This submission was created using hyperbolic crochet, described here by the Institute For Figuring. (Second photo courtesy of the NOAA.)

Though they look like corals, Bryzoans are actually a unique family of invertebrates, also known as "moss animals." Individual bryzoa group together into colonies, where they share a common digestive and reproductive system. Now that's cooperation!

3 comments:

Aaron said...

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Aaron said...

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