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Alitta virens, photographed by Alexander Semenov. This creature is commonly known as a sandworm. The Wikipedia article on them said they can reach... uh... more than four feet in length. I don't think I'd like to meet one outside of Alex's laboratory photos...

KING RAGWORM Alitta virens ©Alexander Semenov Another great shot by Alexander Semenov! Alitta virens is an annelid worm that burrows in wet sand and mud. It is classified as a polychaete in the family Nereididae . Sandworms make up a large part of.

Coral reefs are breathtaking homes for a diverse range of marine life, including turtles, sharks and eels. They're under threat from pollution, fishing and clim...

NASA to study the health of coral reefs across the world

Coral reefs are breathtaking homes for a diverse range of marine life, including turtles, sharks and eels. They're under threat from pollution, fishing and clim.

Marrus orthocanna, una de las formas de vida más raras y bellas del planeta  Los sinóforos (Siphonophora)  son colonias de medusas que pueden medir hasta cientos de metros.  La de la imagen, conocidad como Marrus orthocanna, es una colonia que habita las aguas pelágicas del Ártico, a una profundidad de entre 200 y 2000 metros.

Related to the jellyfish and corals, Siphonophore is a continuous chain of specialized polyps - individual animals that grow from one another in an organized colony. Some in the colony are devoted to feeding, armed with stinging cells to snag fish or in

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MONSTER RINGWORM This specimen of Nereis pelagica was found in the White Sea off the Russian coast. Photographer Alexander Semenov says that the predatory worm was about long and as thick as a finger.

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