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‘Alien’ Jellyfish at the Deepest Level of Ocean

During the researches made in the depths of the ocean, a jellyfish that looks like it does not belong to this world was discovered.
A remote controlled device that is controlled by the researchers who work on the Okeanos Explorer (Ocean Explorer) ship of the U.S.-centered National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), has encountered a strange type of jellyfish in the Mariana Trench that resides in the Pacific Ocean and which is known as the deepest point of all oceans.

A creature at 3.7 km depth: Hydromedusa

Marine biologists determined that the creature that resides at 3.7 km depth near the Enigma seamount that is on the west of the Mariana Trench, is a hydromedusa that belongs to the Crossota family.