Blob-like creatures were unearthed recently in a Canadian body of water after the water level dropped, leading researchers to dig deeper into the occurrence. Located in the “Lost Lagoon” in Vancouver, these football-shaped brain-like blobs stumped the discoverers as multiple creatures had been discovered in the man-made body of water.
- Per a story in National Geographic, a population of strange creatures called bryozoans has been found in a Canadian lagoon.
- Bryozoans are actually colonies of tiny invertebrates, called as zooids, that clump together to form a coherent mass and look like brain like blobs.
- It’s unclear whether the weird blobs have been in the area since the lagoon was formed or if they took up residence more recently due to rising temperatures.
“Bryozoans are actually colonies of tiny invertebrates, called as zooids, that clump together to form a coherent mass.”