Forget singing mermaids and talking sponges, when it comes to unusual creatures under the sea, sea squirts deserve a special mention. Sea squirts are filter feeders, sucking in water through a body opening (called a siphon), straining out plankton and other edibles, and then expelling the water through a second siphon. At birth, they resemble tadpoles, swimming around looking for a rock to call home. When they find one, they latch on and begin to absorb their own internal organs, turning themselves into beautiful, passive, literally brainless creatures.
Squirt and Ting are sodas with what fruit flavor?
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