These aquatic creatures have not one mouth, but seven, each with a long, rigid, sucking tube. These tubes are useful at manipulating objects and trapping plankton between them, but how are they to swallow a tasty shrimp that will swim away the moment they let go when the ends of the tubes are pointing the other way? This is where cooperation comes in. These creatures live in large schools and "groom" each others' feeding tubes. Ninety-five percent of the food they eat is captured by others and ninety-five percent of the food they capture will be eaten by others. They are very interdependent.
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