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Eucecryphalus schultzei, radiolarian live in symbiosis with microscopic algae, their waste is the food for the algae which in turn provide oxygen for the radolarians.

Carmarina hastata (glass model of a jellyfish). During the late 19th century, Leopola Blaschka (1822-1895) and his son Rudolf (1857-1929) produced beautifully detailed glass models of bizarre sea creatures for natural history museums and aquaria all over the world.

Magazine - Guido Mocafico’s "Blaschka"

Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka’s glass models, photographed by Guido Mocafico for his series "Blaschka"

Rhizostoma cuvierii (glass model). During the late 19th century, Leopola Blaschka (1822-1895) and his son Rudolf (1857-1929) produced beautifully detailed glass models of bizarre sea creatures for natural history museums and aquaria all over the world.