A ‘Sea Butterfly’ Swims the Same Way Insects Fly

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Sea butterflies are snails that have inverted themselves. Instead of using their flesh (via a foot) to crawl on the sea floor, they turned upside down and make their protruding bodies into “wings.” When scientists studied this unusual motion, they found the sea butterflies move exactly like fruit flies and other small insects. Read more…

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A ‘Sea Butterfly’ Swims the Same Way Insects Fly

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