National Geographic : 1932 Jan
THE DEPTHS OF THE SEA Photograph from Dr. William Beebe THE LARGEST SINGLE CELL IN TIIE WORLD A one-celled Alga, Halicystis, known in Bermuda as Sea Bottles. These look like giant emeralds and are washed ashore on Nonsuch beaches. The Rockefeller Institute has for four years maintained a station in Bermuda for the sole purpose of studying this type of single cell. Painting by E. M. Bostelmann A DEEP-SEA FISH (CHIASMODON NIGER) WHICH HAS SWALLOWED ANOTHER (OMOSUDIS) THREE TIMES AS LONG AS ITSELF The jaws must be capable of complete dislocation to permit the passage of food of such great size.