Strange jellies of the icy depths

New details are emerging about the life-forms that survive in one of the world's most inaccessible places.
Scientists have published descriptions of a range of jelly-like animals that inhabit the deep oceans of the Arctic.
The animals were originally filmed and photographed during a series of submersible dives in 2005.
One of the biggest surprises is that one of the most common animals in the Arctic deep sea is a type of jellyfish that is completely new to science.
The deep Arctic ocean is isolated from much of the water elsewhere on the globe.

Full article by Matt Walker on BBC Earth News



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