Under the Sea Census

Researchers spot hundreds of new species of underwater animals.

Under the Sea: Census of Marine Life

Under the Sea: Marine Life Census
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Arctic and Antarctic Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Census of Marine Life
Under the Sea: Marine Life Census
Marrus orthocanna, a sea creature biologically similar to a jellyfish, photographed during NOAA's Hidden Ocean Expedition, part of the international Census of Marine Life. The animal is made up of many repeated units, which include tentacles, and multiple stomachs. Many specimens were observed between 300 and 1,500 meters deep. They can be found off the east and west coasts of North America. (Kevin Raskoff)
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