Even tiny ocean animals get soused—and not just in seawater. A common species of plankton in the northern Atlantic Ocean becomes intoxicated when it slurps up toxic algae, a new study says. And just like drunk partygoers, “drunk” plankton take questionable risks. (Related: “Do Animals Get Drunk?”). In contrast to the wobbly gait of inebriated people, plankton under the influence swim faster and on a straighter path, making them more susceptible to predators.