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As 33 Jorunna funebris
As 33 Jorunna funebris
C-print
4" x 5"
2010

A dorididae

A rare species of sea sponge found in the Indian Ocean. This organism has evolved to metabolize large amounts of arsenic containing plankton and has recently been discovered to be poisonous to humans.

Arsenic is colorless and odorless and therefore difficult to detect. Historically, Arsenic was a popular type of poison used by the ruling class to murder one another.