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Nudibranch by Dermal Denticles via ferrebeekeeper: Nudibranchs are gastropod mollusks which live in the oceans worldwide from the polar regions to the tropics. The slugs live in virtually all depths and various species range from the shallow intertidal surf to depths of more than over 700m. Although the majority of nudibranchs are benthic creatures which crawl along the seafloor, some prefer other lives and float upside down under the oceans surface or swim in the water column. #Nudibranc...
British wildlife photographer Alex Mustard has travelled the world snapping pictures of the weird and wonderful creatures found beneath the sea, from the denizens of the deep who never see light of day, to the strange sea life that populates the wider ocean. A paddle-flap scorpionfish (Rhinopias eschmeyeri) on rubble slope (Bitung, North Sulawesi, Indonesia) Picture: Alex Mustard/NPL/REX
Arctic animals have one thing in common, they have adapted to extreme temperatures and harsh arctic environment making them all very impressive species. The most iconic animal to the region is undeniably the polar bear living on ice and hunting for marine life. There are also various bird species, land animals such as wolverines, Arctic ground squirrels, marine mammals include seals, walrus, many species of whales and also narwhals and belugas.
Giant spider crab | 12 Creatures That Prove The Deep Sea Is The Scariest Place On Earth The largest crab on earth lives up to 1,000ft below sea level, and can measure up to 12ft from claw tip to claw tip. Why they are terrifying: Have you ever been nipped by a normal-sized crab? It hurts. A giant crab would probably nip your toe off.