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This bright red jellyfish was found deep in the Arctic Ocean.
Venus flytrap anemone
This Venus flytrap anemone (uh-nem-uh-nee), found in the Gulf of Mexico, stings its prey with its tentacles.
Christmas tree worm
Can you guess why this creature, found in the Great Barrier Reef, is called a Christmas tree worm?
Flamingo tongue snail
The shell of a flamingo tongue snail is white. It is the animal inside that produces a bold pattern.
How did scientists know that this was a new type of octopus? It has a greater number of enlarged suckers on its arms than other species.
Blue fin tuna
Scientists attached electronic tracking equipment to blue fin tuna to document their travels. They watched one fish cross the Pacific three times in 600 days.
Scientists traveled to Antarctica to study Weddell seals like these.