Narcomedusa Jellyfish

Photo: Kevin Raskoff

The 2005 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administratin (NOAA) research expedition to the Canada Basin, the deepest and least explored part of the Arctic waters revealed many new and fantastic species of jellyfish.

National Geographic has a neat gallery of these jellyfish, courtesy of Kevin Raskoff of the Monterey Peninsula College. This one above is the aptly named narcomedusa, which kind of look like it has benefited from British dentistry (kidding! No hate mail, please!): Link

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