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This bizarre-looking creature is called the Orange Sea Pen and is abundant in the temperate waters of the northeastern Pacific.

Orange Sea Pen (Ptilosarcus gurneyi) found in temperate waters of the northeastern Pacific. Each Pen is a colony of polyps -- the primary polyp loses its tentacles and becomes the stalk, with a bulb as its base.

Sea Pig - These creatures have tentacles as well as large tubed feet which it uses to push dead organic ooze into its mouth to feed on. In order to move about, the Sea Pig will inflate its legs using water cavities within the skin.

The deep-ocean sea cucumber (Scotoplanes globosa) is sometimes called the "sea pig." It eats sea floor mud, along with small animals and mic.

Predators and Preys

Puffer fish - I wanted to be a ping pong ball but I ended up like this instead

Nudibranch kabuğu olmayan bir salyangoz türüdür.

Multicolored Nudibranch Photograph by Mohammed Alsaleh, My Shot Generally oblong in shape, nudibranchs can be thick or flattened, long or short, ornately colored or drab to match their surroundings. Some max out at a quarter of an inch millimeters)

Tortue GÉANTE.

Funny pictures about Giant Leatherback sea turtle. Oh, and cool pics about Giant Leatherback sea turtle. Also, Giant Leatherback sea turtle.

Not an angel, but a common clione (and a lovely photo of one too)

The "sea angel", a swimming sea slug, is most beautiful of the deep sea animals he snapped -- not exactly a tough contest to be fair. Mostly transparent, the sea angel's internal organs appear to glow brightly in the image.

Real or artificial, living or cured, it doesn't seem to make a difference -- branching sponges are veritable magnets for seahorses.  Colorful natural hitching posts like this will encourage brightly colored seahorses such as this Ocean Rider Hippocampus erectus to retain their vivid wardrobes."  Photo by Leslie Leddo

Branching sponges are veritable magnets for seahorses. Colorful natural hitching posts like this will encourage brightly colored seahorses such as this Ocean Rider Hippocampus erectus to retain their vivid wardrobes." Photo by Leslie Leddo

Nudibranch ( Hypselodoris apolegma )(Risbecia apolegma) by Eva

Nudibranch ( Hypselodoris apolegma )(Risbecia apolegma) don't know what it is but it's so beautiful

Jellyfish

jellyfishtimes: EUO © OCEANA Carlos Minguell 39648 Oceana in Europe (petitpoulailler:)

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