Wednesday, 19 April 2017
oceanographers have reported recent sightings of an elusive sea sponge with surprising attributes. the sponges tend to gather in clusters or 'bumpflets' at great depths surfacing only on full and new moons. they are believed to exist on detritus and have been slowly but surely eroding the edges of the plastic vortex (also know as 'invading the invaders'). although fewer such sightings have been confirmed, the sponges are also known to have consumed vast quantities of petrol products and in the process glisten like rainbows on the waves. scientists are continuing to study the sponges in the hopes that they may one day be cultivated and put to use on land soaking up grease, grime and greed: euphoria for ophoria.