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Deep sea rare creature.found on pinterest!! Yup this place is awesomeeee

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Jellyfish. It is beautiful. Also looks like it's all anus and gut lol!

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An odd sea cucumber found at m deep in the Northern Gulf of Mexico swims slowly up the length of its own tentacles. Moving at only per minute, the translucent creature sucks up a meal of detritus-rich sediments collected on the tentacles.

Jellyfish appear like beautiful aliens in Alexander Semenov’s photos.

Jellyfish appear like beautiful aliens in Alexander Semenov’s photography, calling a new attraction to a magical species of marine life. Alexander Semenov is a marine biologist and underwater.

Atolla Jellyfish

Atolla jellyfish (Atolla wyvillei) is a species of deep sea-dwelling crown jellyfish. It is red-brown color.

HUGE jellyfish!

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The Black Sea Nettle. These large jellyfish can grow to be over 3 feet in diameter, and their tentacles can be over 25 feet long. Despite their large size, much about them is still unknown

What Do Jellyfish Eat? Jelly fish are beautiful creatures. There is 90% of water in their bodies but still they flow along with the flow of water. These creatures eat meat and mate constantly. Jelly fish have certain things which they have in common with other animals.

What Do Jellyfish Eat? Do Have Brains? and All Types of it

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Underwater Photographer Franco Iannello's Gallery: Adriatic and Tyrrhenian Sea: Jellyfish-1 - DivePhotoGuide.com

Really does look like a Fried Egg. Fried Egg Jellyfish in Sicily, Italy ocean animals

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jellyfish-TERRIFIED of them! I got stung when I was little 4 time by the same one! It was less deadly than this one though (of course!

Flower hat jellyfish

Jellyfish appear like beautiful aliens in Alexander Semenov’s photography, calling a new attraction to a magical species of marine life. Alexander Semenov is a marine biologist and underwater.

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Jellyfish are weird and brainless and blur the line between plant and animal. But they're so pretty!

Jellyfish, Sumbawa, Indonesia--Kevin Lee

Kevin Lee Sumbawa, Indonesia Upside-down Jelly Cassiopea sp.Divebums Photos of the Week - Oct 2012 **

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