The deep-sea creature that glows, grows up to 30 METRES long and is so rare it’s known as the ‘Unicorn of the Sea’

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 The deep sea creature that glows, grows up to 30 METRES long and is so rare its known as the Unicorn of the Sea

Divers in Australia have captured rare images of the Pyrostremma spinosum sea creature that can reach 30 metres in length and its translucent cylindrical body is made up of thousands of tiny creatures called zooids.


Jenny Truong‘s insight:

Whoa, had no ideas they exist. They look so spooky. More reason to get my PADI. 


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