Home; A Door into Ocean

Seaswallower--Structural views.  The seaswallower is a giant cephaglobinid that propels water through its digestive tube, trapping fish, squid, even small rafts in its mouth.  Seaswallowers migrate from pole to pole twice yearly.  Kenyon student Greg Ferrell hypothesized the internal physics and physiology of the seaswallower, in a project for BIOL 103 Biology in Science Fiction.