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Image of yellow tube sponges on a coral reef
Courtesy NOAA Photo Archive
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Yellow Tube Sponges

In this image, you can clearly see the central cavity that the sponges use to expel wastewater after filtering and feeding on plankton. This yellow species of tube sponge is common in the waters of the Caribbean and Atlantic Ocean.

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