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Ctenophores, commonly called Comb Jellies or Sea Gooseberries.

Ctenophores, commonly called Comb Jellies or Sea Gooseberries / The Sea Slug Forum - Benthic ctenophores

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Comb Jelly Photograph by Ingo Arndt, Minden Pictures Darkness in Antarctica’s Weddell Sea gives this comb jelly a chance to show off its candy-colored bioluminescent cells.

Cyerce elegans (Sea slug) - Maricaban, Calabarzon, Philippines | by Luko GR

Cyerce elegans (Sea slug) - Maricaban, Calabarzon, Philippines by Luko GR

˚Blue Tunicate

Tunicate~ Tunicates, commonly called sea squirts, are a group of marine animals that spend most of their lives attached to docks, rocks or the undersides of boats. To most people they look like small, colored blobs.

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What Do Jellyfish Eat? Jelly fish are beautiful creatures. There is of water in their bodies but still they flow along with the flow of water. These creatures eat meat and mate constantly.

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Nudibranch eating a hydroid. These are earth creatures.there are so many creatures under the sea that we know so little about that they seem like fantasy creatures or aliens! I think that's awesome by aurora

Radiolarians of Podocyrtis (Lampterium) Radiolaria are amoeboid protozoa that produce intricate mineral skeletons. They are found as zooplankton throughout the ocean, and their skeletal remains cover large portions of the ocean bottom as radiolarian ooze.

Marie Curie imagined human souls to look a lot like members of Pterocorythidae as Ernst Haeckel had illustrated them. & she& muse, & faintly glow like the Polonium or Radium I carry in my pocket to withdraw and admire in darkness.

Chromodoris kuniei    ;)

Chromodirus kunei flapping it’s mantle!

Aglantha digitale, also known as the pink helmet, is found in northern seas and northern parts of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.

Aglantha digitale, also known as the pink helmet: found in northern seas and northern parts of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.

Mertensia ovum. Mertensia ovum aka the Arctic comb jelly or Sea Nut, is a cydippid comb jelly or ctenophore first described as Beroe ovum by Johan Christian Fabricius in 1780.

Mertensia ovum aka the Arctic comb jelly or Sea Nut, is a cydippid comb jelly or ctenophore first described as Beroe ovum by Johan Christian Fabricius in

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~ Jellyfish by vanveelen ; Jellyfish taken on a night dive at Ras Umm Sid

Nudibranch - Cool Nature

Jfherve nudibranches -looks like a cartoon drawing to me.

Cyerce nigricans is a species of 'sap sucking', shell-less sea slug which 'sucks up' the cellular contents of algae. (Unlike some members of sea slugs which incorporate the chloroplasts of the algae into their own tissues, these do not.) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sacoglossa  Image credit: Clay Carlson  #Sea_Slug

Cyerce nigricans is a species of 'sap sucking', shell-less sea slug which 'sucks up' the cellular contents of algae. (Unlike some members of sea slugs which incorporate the chloroplasts of the algae into their own tissues, these do not.

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for-science-sake: “ The Sea Angel (Gymnosomata) Is a group of sea slug that grow no larger than These obscure little creatures are found in a wide range of habitats from polar to tropical regions.

VENUS GIRDLE | Editor's note: Image of Pleurobrachia below kindly supplied by Wim van ...

They are adorable. They are colorful. They arecalled sea gooseberries. Gooseberries of the sea.

Zanurkowaliśmy w otchłań oceanu jeszcze głębiej i naszym oczom ujawniły się przecudne małe stworzenia. Większość z tych stworzeń to ślimaki, które opuściły swoje muszle i zyskały nowe właściwości dzięki ewolucji. Na przykład, sacoglossans są czasami określane jako "zasilane energią słoneczną morskie ślimaki", ponieważ korzystają one z chloroplastu pochodzącego z alg,

Piękne ślimaki morskie

blue sea slug (nudibranch chromodoris willani), a shell-less marine gastropod mollusk. Very surprised this is a sea slug but it is so pretty.

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