A NOAA mapping robot working two miles beneath the ocean surface recently captured video of a species of jellyfish previously unknown.
The newly discovered jellyfish has two sets of tentacles, short and long. When the the long tentacles are even and extended outward, and the bell is motionless, this could mean it’s readying to ambush its prey, scientists speculate. Inside the bell, red radial canals connect what scientists say looks like the bright yellow gonads.
I have posted the video below the fold.
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