• EmailPinterestRedditTumblr Report
    • Copy link
    • Pinterest
  • 357 comments

    • It’s not even remotely the only animal that can photosynthesize. And it’s only able to do it because it retains the chloroplasts from the algae it eats. Green sea slugs can actually produce their own chlorophyll for photosynthesis.
      728 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Grass snom
      534 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • 359 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Spotted salamander also uses photosynthesis through an endosymbiotic relationship with algae
      Stonebox 28 jul
      139 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Can’t clams photosynthesize? They still need food but can survive shortly on just sun. Idk I might just be talking out my ass.
      109 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Uhhh.. no that’s a shamin
      RockJuice 28 jul
      38 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Sharena 28 jul
      21 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • This again?
      Diablokin 28 jul
      9 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Green bean shall be theit names
      epic_wind 28 jul
      9 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Can’t wait until genetic engineering progresses to the point where humans can photosynthesize like that
      XM_1_24_B 28 jul
      6 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Favorite animal, strapped snake
      Boat_Man 28 jul
      8 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Featured again
      5 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • It’s probably been experimented, in fact it’s hard to say no ones tried it, but... could we somehow fuse our cells with cells that can photosynthesize? And if not, is there a possible way in which it could be done? Because world hunger could be solved in merely a few generations
      3 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Final Pokemon to catch. Also this app won't let me put the ' above the e in pokemon
      2 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • They don't photosynthesize. The shit on their back does. Stop spreading shit
      2 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Pretty sure that's a Pokemon
      2 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • 2 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • The emerald green sea slug can steal chloroplasts and use them to photosynthesize
      2 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Are you forgetting about Michael? Never mind then
      1 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • phytoplankton right?
      1 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Nupin from pokemon uranium
      1 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • I want to be genetically modified to photosynthesize
      Zero902 28 jul
      1 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Uuuuuh what about spongebob?
      2 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Its a fake photosynthesis but still photosynthesis
      FaeChild 28 jul
      1 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Bruh, I wanna photosynthesize.
      2 Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • So if it can photosynthesize, couldn't it be classified as a plant as well?
      chvh806 28 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • cena 29 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Shayman!!!!!!!
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • They rly forgot about plankton and microorganisms
      Cleverbit 31 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Can scientist research that and make it so we can survive on sun
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • I wanna poke it
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Dats a Pokemon!
      M0nsterP 30 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • How vegans gonna be if they ever think that plants can feel pain
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Fake newsss, The emerald green sea slug, Elysia chlorotica, is a slug that can either eat with its mouth or use photosynthesis to eat.
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Corals
      ufjl 30 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Holy fuck i want it
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Everyday we stray further from God, but grow closer to pokemon.
      MelloG 30 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • where’s my man bulbasaur
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • That is pretty cool
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • And queue all the people googling it and then acting like they know all about this animal
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • I want to monch it
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Thats wild Spongebob. Photosynthesis. Photosynthesis.
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • My life is the leaf sheep now
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Im no expert but That makes it a plant
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Is it technically vegan?
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • New dlc
      DEDDED 30 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Every single animal can photosynthesize, that's how we absorb vitamin D
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Not the only one. There is a whole class of them called “Sacoglossans.” They are the only multicellular organism that can perform kleptoplasty.
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Dats not tru, da orks can eat and fotosynfisize. Not only dat, but we gots a lot stronga from fightin'. WAAAAAAAAGGGHHHH
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Wasn’t this just featured?
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Clefairy
      balailey 29 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Pretty sure I remember learning about some jellyfish that can too
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • leaf aho
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • *Millions of planktons around the oceans* Am I a joke to you?
      Allenjkh 29 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • I see a pokemon
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Some jellyfish can photosynthesise too
      Fat_Rack 29 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Cuz fuck biology right?
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • When did god release these?
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Shamin
      Chunk 29 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • A Wild Pokemon has appeared
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Shaymin
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Grass type Pokemon! They exist!
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • People make these posts about their new "favorite animal" without even googling to verify if their reason for it is true. It's not
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Then it not animal
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Most animals cannot photosynthesize because of mass energy usage. A tiger would take much more energy than a lily.
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Can't and I maybe wrong but can't plankton photpsynthesize as well?
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • There's a jellyfish that can do this as well
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Pretty sick want a big one, like lab size
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Tell me thats not a whole ass pokemon
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Drive them to extinction
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Ackshually
      theozzard 29 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Um... it’s a fucking insect. Not an animalz
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Pokemon
      jgiv15 29 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Phytoplankton?? Don't they move and photosynthesize?
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Shaymin
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • That's a Pokemon
      Haylyn666 29 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Uhhh... Coral
      Hadstuff 28 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Can’t tardigrades also photosynthesize?
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Lookup sea bunny
      finegold 28 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Vegans are shaking their fist
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • They were a good soul boost in hollow knight
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Isn't there a fish that can photosynthesize
      Wand 28 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Since when did pokemon become real
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Isnt this what the pokemon shaymin is based off of?
      Stuxx 28 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Thats a pkm
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • I wanna be able to photosynthesize, I imagine if humans could do that there'd be less obesity but im not a scientist
      KW1776 28 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • You forgot the moss growing in your mom's nasty ass-crack
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • There’s a few animals who use photosynthesis actually.
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • You this is a plant
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • My favorite animal is crab 🦀
      DailyCrab 28 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Yo that's a Pokemon
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Fuck whats the name of the pink salamander thing
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Plankton?
      Mappy264 28 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Grass type mareep
      bihi 28 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Sounds like a pokemon
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Why
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Phytoplankton
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • I looked it up so I could get one but they live in the ocean
      sammyboyy 28 jul
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • Fuck it we have children with these things and we get to fed from the sun
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show
    • What about The End from MGS3?
      Copy FacebookPinterestTwitterEmail {{ shortRepliesCount }}
      Show

iFunny plug-in will teach your phone to smile

get on the iFunny app to roast them

All content related issues will be solved right here.
After all necessary information is provided, of course:

Complete the form below to notify iFunny of a claim relating to your intellectual property rights and content or some technical inconvenience with the service.
(Positive and productive feedback is appreciated as well).

Your details

Your relationships to the rights holder

Type of claim

Select
Copyright Trademark Nazi-related Offensive Technical difficulties Other
Describe the issue in detail. Please be specific.
Feeling poetic today? Feel free to provide more information
By clicking on "Submit" below, you are certifying the following statements:
  • I state that I have a good faith belief that use of the work(s) in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.
  • I state that the information in this notification is accurate and, under penalty of perjury, that I am the owner of the exclusive right that is allegedly infringed, or an authorized agent for the owner.
  • I give my permission to pass my contact information to the alleged infringing party.

Privacy notice

For a list of the categories of personal information that we collect from you and how we use that information, please review iFunny’s privacy policy