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Montipora digitata Also known as Finger coral or Velvet Coral. They can be found in the shallow waters of the Indo-Pacific and Red Sea.

Jelly Fish.

24 amazing underwater photos - Credit: Ross Gudgeon/Barcroft Media 'Inner glow' - A jellyfish in Ningaloo Reef, Australia

Big Jellyfish by Giampiero Giorgi

Oh my gosh. How beautiful! "Big Jellyfish" ~ Photography by Giampiero Giorgi

Psychropotes longicauda

jetheart: “ evil king of the abyss ~ photo by alexander semenov Species: Clione limacina, sea angel ”

This is the velella, a small free floating hydrozoan. It's currently the only known species in the genus.

This is the velella (Velella Velella), a small free floating hydrozoan. It’s currently the only known species in the genus. They’re also known as sea-rafts or by-the-wind-sailors, for the obvious reason that it uses the “sail” for locomotion.

Stunning 'Our World' photo contest winners

Stunning 'Our World' photo contest winners

Octopus in a clam shell. Looks like a lil' octopus sleeping bag! - Imgur

Octopus in a clam shell. Looks like a lil' octopus sleeping bag!

Post with 44 votes and 6025 views. Octopus in a clam shell. Looks like a lil' octopus sleeping bag!

Enypniastes

The coolest thing about this guy is his name PINK SEE-THROUGH FANTASIA (Enypniastes eximia) — rhamphotheca: “ seafwends:species, anyone? what is this lil guy? * A transparent sea cucumber, found at meters in the Northern Gulf of Mexico.

Atolla Jellyfish

Atolla Jellyfish: wyvillei, also known as Atolla jellyfish or Coronate medusa, is a species of deep-sea crown jellyfish. It lives in oceans around the world. Like many species of mid-water animals, it is deep red in color -

The Ping Pong Tree Sponge, (Chondrocladia Lampadiglobus) lives more than 1.5 miles beneath the surface of the ocean and is carnivorous. Photo by Claire Nouvian

The aptly named Ping-pong tree sponge (Chondrocladia lampadiglobus) is a carnivorous sponge. Those ping-pong ball looking things are covered in tiny spicules which the sponge uses to catch tiny crustaceans.

Rare Glowing Flower Hat Jellyfish (Osaka Aquarium, Japan.) When it's not using its long, pink tipped tentacles, it will curl them upwards towards its pin-striped bell to sit and wait until some kind of prey comes along.

i didn't type this: Rare Glowing Flower Hat Jellyfish (Osaka Aquarium, Japan.) When it's not using its long, pink tipped tentacles, it will curl them upwards towards its pin-striped bell to sit and wait until some kind of prey comes along.

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