These undated images released by 'Science' show an Erenna specimen, a deep sea relative of the jellyfish, found off the coast of California, and the first-know marine invertebrates to produce red luminescent light. Top left, the Erenna specimen; bottom left, a partial view showing the fluorescing appendages or tentilla; and right a further enlarged view of the red tentilla. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Steve Haddock, HO)
Dr Haddock you say? Sounds fishy to me.
Someone has to do this, so I'll get it out of the way.
"Roxxxxxxxxxanne, you don't have to turn on the red light...."
I guess I'll need two tanks to see these badboys on the next dive trip.
Don't knock it till you've tried it.
"quaint example of a primitive life form (a jellyfish, an organism without a brain), outwitting a vertebrate - a deep-water fish in this case - by mimicking the red light the fish is purported to emit."Isn't that how sleeper trolls get into FR?