The sea hare, known for its rabbit-ear-shaped head growths, swims through the water without a care. These growths assist with finding food and mates. Sea hares have both reproductive organs and when mating calls, come one, come all to this love line. One sea hare acts as a female while being mounted by a second who acts as the male; this is repeated down the row to the final sea hare who acts like a male, yielding millions of eggs which resemble spaghetti strands. Once completed, these creatures seek other mates, possibly in a different sexual role, giving meaning to the idea of role-playing.