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The equations of the model suggest that the huddle behaves like a 'super-organism', as if it were one larger animal able to change its shape to retain its heat. This allows the group to better adapt to changes in the outside temperature.

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the invisible garden we should be tended for our own well-being (and it sees to that)

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Other organisms, though, have clearly discovered their own ways of making lenses with endosymbionts. Some dinoflagellates, single-celled photosynthesizers of the shallow ocean, have found a way to make lenses of their photosynthetic plastids, endosymbionts that were engulfed independently of mitochondria.

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