A fascinating and beautiful hydrozoa.
The Portuguese man-of-war is infamous for its painful sting, but one photographer finds the beauty inside this animal’s dangerous embrace.
By Jane J. Lee
Photographs & video: Aaron Ansarov
A Portrait of the Portuguese Man-of-War (National Geographic)
Credit: Adam Summers
Star horseshoe worm (Pomatostegus stellatus), featured today in Bing… because it’s Impossible to escape Valentine today … albeit subtly, as in this case, they end up by foisting some love down your throat in a way or another, there is no choice. So we were not going to be less: Happy St. Valentine!
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