Irene Blobs

September 14, 2011 by USA Post 

Irene BlobsIrene Blobs, Hurricane Irene left more of a mess along the U.S. coastline from Virginia to New York. He also made some mysterious stains gray spots named Irene. What are the gross masses looking for potatoes? Hint: the answer lies in the question.

This is not an alien invasion of the smelly kind. It’s bad enough that the stains are difficult to observe because of their lack of attractiveness, but also the foul odor. Irene Emmett Duffy, a professor at the Institute of Marine Science Virginia, such as sponge‚Äôs potatoes, has identified these spots. These creatures are similar, of course, potatoes.

People were obviously concerned about the slicks on beaches and are very relieved to know they are not harmful. However, they are living. Or at least that used to violently uproot by Hurricane Irene.

The simplest invertebrates are generally anchored to the seabed. Obviously, Hurricane Irene unleashed poor sponges can reach the size of a soccer ball. Obviously there will be some clean-up Irene blob, if not already.

Clogged with storm debris, droplets Irene potatoes or sponges are dead and decaying, so the smell smelly. It’s sad for the kids, but look how they have illuminated the world to their existence.

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