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Giant Pink Eyeball


Look at this thing... Video: EVNautilusIt even has eyelashes!

Pelagothuria natatrix


Image: NOAA Pelagothuria natatrixIt's a deep sea, swimming sea cucumber! The REAL deep sea, swimming sea cucumber!

Myzostomida


Image: PbsouthwoodParasitic worms... on stilts! Myzostomida is an order containing more than 150 species of small, marine worms who are remarkably lacking in body parts.

Picasso Sponge 11


A crab, presumably a King Crab because of the six walking legs, hangs out on a Yellow Picasso Sponge.

Bright and Beautiful. And Spiky.


Wow! What a beauty! This spectacular vision is a deep sea octopus from the suborder cirrata. Cirrate octopods have three main things that distinguish them from those within the other, more familiar suborder called incirrata.

Pelagothuria natatrix


Image: NOAA Pelagothuria natatrixIt's a deep sea, swimming sea cucumber! The REAL deep sea, swimming sea cucumber!

Pelagic Stingray


Image: Makoto Nakashima Pteroplatytrygon violaceaStingrays are most famous for their sting, but they're also well-known as flattened fish that spend all their time gliding an inch above the ocean floor.

Bright and Beautiful. And Spiky.


Wow! What a beauty! This spectacular vision is a deep sea octopus from the suborder cirrata. Cirrate octopods have three main things that distinguish them from those within the other, more familiar suborder called incirrata.

Solar-powered Phyllodesmium


Image: Markus Fritze Phyllodesmium longicirrumWow... can you believe there's a slug in there? It's Phyllodesmium longicirrum, a nudibranch from Indo-Pacific waters.

Stiff-footed Sea Cucumber


Image: Jerry Kirkhart Eupentacta quinquesemitaPHWOAR! Look at the legs on that! The Stiff-footed Sea Cucumber is...

Pelagic Stingray


Image: Makoto Nakashima Pteroplatytrygon violaceaStingrays are most famous for their sting, but they're also well-known as flattened fish that spend all their time gliding an inch above the ocean floor.

Picasso Sponge 10


A crab, presumably a King Crab because of the six walking legs, hangs out on a Yellow Picasso Sponge.

Picasso Sponge 9


A crab, presumably a King Crab because of the six walking legs, hangs out on a Yellow Picasso Sponge.

Stiff-footed Sea Cucumber


Image: Jerry Kirkhart Eupentacta quinquesemitaPHWOAR! Look at the legs on that! The Stiff-footed Sea Cucumber is...

Moon Crab


Image: budakIt's the world's most flat-footed crab! Moon Crabs are less than 20 species in the Matutidae family.

Gar


Image: Joachim S. MüllerNow, this is what I like to see! A big fish with long jaws packed full of sharp teeth.

Solar-powered Phyllodesmium


Image: Markus Fritze Phyllodesmium longicirrumWow... can you believe there's a slug in there? It's Phyllodesmium longicirrum, a nudibranch from Indo-Pacific waters.

Gar


Image: Joachim S. MüllerNow, this is what I like to see! A big fish with long jaws packed full of sharp teeth.

Picasso Sponge 9


A crab, presumably a King Crab because of the six walking legs, hangs out on a Yellow Picasso Sponge.

Picasso Sponge 8


A crab, presumably a King Crab because of the six walking legs, hangs out on a Yellow Picasso Sponge.


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