Posted on Monday, 4 October, 2010 | 14 comments| News tip by: Still Waters
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A massive new census of life in the oceans has been completed following 10 years of research.
The census has revealed an astonishing number of marine species from massive sea spiders to blind lobsters, incredibly despite over 250,000 species being identified it is believed there could be another 750,000 undiscovered species still to be found.
"Giant sea spiders the size of dinner plates. Wriggly creatures nicknamed "Squidworms" because of their strange-looking tentacles."