When you expose plants to light energy, they convert carbon dioxide into oxygen. We call this process photosynthesis. There is a unique type of sea slug that lives on North America’s east coast. These sea slugs have a structure that is similar to a solar panel. Scientists learned that they absorb the nutrients from algae and receive a supply of solar energy that lasts for a lifetime. The scientists published these findings in the journal Molecular Biology and Evolution.
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1. When you expose plants to light energy, what happens?
1. Did you see a sea slug before? What is the most strange creature you saw?