Plants, algae, and bacteria have a clear advantage over the animal kingdom when it comes to their powers of photosynthesis. A certain species of sea slug can steal photosynthetic DNA from algae, but animals don't photosynthesize on their own. At least that's what we thought. New evidence has come to life suggesting that a species of aphid might be able to convert sunlight to energy.
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