Sea Cucumbers Are Crazy Expensive, Here’s Why SUBSCRIBE: https://youtu.be/4JLjF89hz34 : https://youtube.com/ashbgame : When most people hear “sea cucumber,” they probably imagine a pimply green fruit that just happens to grow underwater. But while the price of a traditional “land” cucumber can be a couple bucks for several pounds, sea cucumbers will cost you a thousand times more. Not to mention, folks are willing to risk their lives to get hold of the thing!
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So it’s a living being? 0:53
How sea cucumber die (in a really weird way) 1:39
What about their hefty price? 1:53
Why “albino” ones are more valuable than gold 2:38
Some more masters of disguise 4:18
The Orchid Mantis 4:36
Walking Sticks 5:22
Sea Sponge 6:28
Sand Dollars 7:06
Long-horned grasshopper 7:50
Dead-Leaf Moth 8:35
Giant Tube Worms 9:21
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– There are well over a thousand sea cucumber species. So chances are that whatever color, size, or shape you imagine, you’ll find a sea cucumber within these parameters.
– For centuries, people in Asia have considered these animals a rare delicacy. Due to the high cost of these creatures, only the richest people could afford to enjoy this treat.
– There are also extremely rare “albino” ones. One 7-ounce white cucumber can cost approximately $16,000.
– The orchid mantis can hide from potential predators as well as lure their prey into a beautiful but deadly trap.
– What most of us call walking sticks, stick bugs, or stick insects are actually known as phasmatodeans in the entomology world. These strange-looking critters look exactly like twigs.
– Sea Sponge can feed on the filtered food particles. If something goes wrong and a sponge’s cells get broken apart, they can always get back together and create a new sponge.
– Sand dollars are, in fact, extremely flat sea urchins. They use spines to catch and move their prey, such as crab larvae and plankton, into their mouths.
– Dead-Leaf Moth’s wingspan reaches an incredible 6 inches. And as you may have already guessed, its favorite pastime is pretending to be a dead leaf.
– Giant Tube Worms resemble some exotic underwater flowers. Tube worms depend on bacteria that live inside their bodies to feed.
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