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When alone, jellyfish are easily picked out and killed by predators. However, when they group together to form the shape of a hand, they can overpower their enemy with ease. This union of jellyfish supports the biological phalanx theory in that they are only able to survive when they work as a team. Alone, they do not stand a chance at survival.

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