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Strange jellies of the icy depths

By T.K. Randall
September 3, 2009 · Comment icon 2 comments

Image Credit: NOAA
Details are emerging about life forms that survive in a lost world beneath the waves, a range of unusual jelly-like creatures have been discovered at the bottom of the Arctic ocean, cut off and isolated by deep sea ridges.
New details are emerging about the life-forms that survive in one of the world's most inaccessible places. Scientists have published descriptions of a range of jelly-like animals that inhabit the deep oceans of the Arctic. The animals were originally filmed and photographed during a series of submersible dives in 2005.


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Comment icon #1 Posted by Exterminator 15 years ago
Those are Shoggoths!!! RUN FOR YOUR FREAKIN' LIVES!
Comment icon #2 Posted by TeraLink 15 years ago
There must be Phazon nearby. TeraLink Was Here!


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