This Deep-Sea Jellyfish Is Beyond Belief looks like a flying saucer



This Deep-Sea Jellyfish Is Beyond Belief looks like a flying saucer

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Marine biologists have recorded footage of a remarkable jellyfish in the depths of the South Pacific. The deep-sea jellyfish Is beyond belief looks like a flying saucer.

First of all, at first glance, it gave me the amazing wonder of the beauty of the creation of the creator. The deep-sea jellyfish really looks like a flying saucer.

According to NOAA zoologist Allen Collins, this jelly is a rhopalonematid trachymedusa. These animals are primarily found in the deep ocean, and are identifiable by their umbrella-like appearance.

Marine biologists working on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Okeanos Explorer spotted this beautiful jelly at Utu Seamount in the National Marine Sanctuary of American Samoa. NOAA, as part of its 2017 American Samoa Expedition, is using an ROV in conjunction with its flagship scientific research vessel to investigate these protected waters, which are home to an incredibly diverse population of marine life.

Last year, NOAA scientists captured footage of a similarly spellbinding jellyfish near the Mariana Trench, a creature belonging to the Crossota family. As the Okeanos Explorer’s ongoing investigations are showing, there’s still much to learn about life at the bottom of the sea.

Source: Gizmodo

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