Lyngbya is a filamentous blue-green alga (cyanobacterium) that usually has many cells joined together. They are often motile, gliding through the substrate. Accoding to ocean experts, these algae are probably the oldest recognisable organisms on Earth - traceable back to the earliest fossils, over three billion years old.
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