The Sea Cucumber

February 22, 2023 by Lazer Brody

Sea Cucumbers are invertebrates from the echinoderm family, like starfish and sea urchins. They look like fat aquatic caterpillars. Found mainly in the Far East, they live on the ocean floor. Although many humans consider them a delicacy, they are bottom-feeding scavengers who eat anything, especially waste materials. Their 10-12″ bodies are tubular, with a hole on one side for eating and a hole on the opposite side for excreting. Let’s ask ourselves: what makes a human any better than a sea cucumber?

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