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Picasso Sponge 12


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

Snake Gourd


Image: douneika Trichosanthes cucumerinaWho knew you could look even prettier after getting torn to shreds?

Picasso Sponge 10


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

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.

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.


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