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Divers encounter giant worm-like 'creature'

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Not A Rockstar

That is the largest one I have seen!

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freetoroam

I have seen these before, but not in person unfortunately. 

The seas truly have some wonderful life forms.

Pyrosomes, also known as the unicorn of the seas.

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One long pyrosomes is actually a collection of thousands of clones, with each individual capable of copying itself and adding to the colony. And unlike members of the Borg, which are mentally connected, pyrosome members are physically connected - actually sharing tissues.

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.theatlantic.com/amp/article/278316/

 

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MissJatti

I have seen these on 1 or 2 of these on David Attenborough shows

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Updated Deep Ocean: Lost World Of The Pacific Ep 1 - David Attenborough Documentary HD Wisdom Land • 253K views : LINK

Updated Deep Ocean: Lost World Of The Pacific Ep 2 - David Attenborough Documentary HD Wisdom Land • 253K views : LINK

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Carnoferox

A nice example of Pyrostremma spinosum, the giant pyrosome. 

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Seti42

Wake up, sheeple! That's clearly the shed skin from one of Great Cthulhu's facial tentacles. Fhtagn...

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Jon the frog

WOW, that's a giant !

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TrikeTrash

Considering the "worm like creature" is living in it's own environment.  Shouldn't the headline read, "Bob discovers strange fish that swims poorly and blows bubbles."

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