MadSci Network: Zoology

Subject: Do sea anemones move in synchrony with each other

Date: Wed Nov 3 18:12:48 1999
Posted by Mark Roth
Grade level: nonaligned School: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
City: Pittsburgh State/Province: Pa Country: USA
Area of science: Zoology
ID: 941670768.Zo

Recently I saw an aquarium display of sea anemones which were undulating 
in perfect unison. Jets of air were being blown into the tank water, but 
it seemed as though the anemone movement was independent of that, and I 
wondered if in some weird way they could function as a interdependent 

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