Trivia: “Aristotle’s lantern” is another name for what?
A species of starfish
The stinging part of an anemone
A sea urchin’s mouth
A bioluminescent coral
The correct answer is A sea urchin’s mouth
So why is this answer correct? : Sea urchins are spiny invertebrates that fall under the shellfish category. Their mouths are on the underside of their bodies, consisting of five toothlike structures and a set of jaws that can move in various directions. As the legend goes, philosopher Aristotle was the first to note the similarity between a sea urchin’s mouth and a five-pane horn lantern, resulting in the unusual moniker “Aristotle’s lantern.”