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Mysterious Deep-Sea Jellyfish Filmed in Rare Sighting | National Geographic

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  • Meet Deepstaria enigmatica, one of the largest and most mysterious invertebrate predators of the seas.
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    It was shot with a remotely operated vehicle equipped with a camera and lenses, housed in a 13” polished glass sphere. Since its discovery 45 years ago, it has not been seen enough to study thoroughly. What it eats, where it lives, and what environment it can sustain remain unknown.

    Read more in "This Mysterious Deep-Sea Jellyfish Looks Like a Plastic Bag"
    https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/05/rare-jellfish-filmed-mexico-animals-spd/

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