I post a lot on here about space exploration and the chances of discovering extraterrestrial life. But we shouldn’t forget just how un-explored our own ocean depths are. We are still learning things about how life exists at extreme temperatures, darkness, and pressures. Check out this strange creature.
The longer you watch, the more fascinating it is. The way it moves, the hexagonal pattern that appears in the light of the submersible, everything. I have heard that it might be an Deepstaria enigmatica jellyfish, but I’ll leave that to the Costanza Institute of Marine Biology to let me know for sure. What I do know is that examining life like this will help us better understand not only life on our planet, but also on others, should we come across it. So let’s keep exploring, up and down.
Of course, Redditors are claiming it’s a whale placenta, so what do I know.
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