A sponge is full of holes but still holds water. Sponges are the simplest of multicellular animals and are found on the ocean floor. More »

One example of a one-liner joke is, "The first rule of holes: if you are in one, stop digging." Another example is, "Don't sweat the petty things and don't pet the sweaty things," spoken by George Carlin. More »

A lobster goes into the water black and comes out red. The most common types of lobster that are cooked are the Homarus americanus and Homarus gammarus. These are cold-water lobsters that live on both sides of the Atlant... More »

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Collar cells beat their flagella back and forth to force water through the sponge. Collar cells also pick up tiny bits of food brought in with water. More »