Mysterious Deep Sea Cascade Creature (Video)

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Mysterious deep sea creature recorded by a remote-controlled underwater camera.

Is it a giant jellyfish but the creature has organs and appendages never spotted on a jellyfish before.

Another suggestion is Deepstaria Enigmatica, another rarely-studied jellyfish, which like most of its kind is colourless.

However it has reported to have a brown stomach, with one description saying the passages to the stomach are ‘somewhat irregular-edged, forming a reticulate network’.

This might explain the hexagonal markings on the top of the creature – but again, what are the organs doing there?

Or is this creature man-made as the Youtube poster did not leave any other details about the sighting.

Source and author: blouv1210 creature

18 responses to “Mysterious Deep Sea Cascade Creature (Video)

  1. Deborah Hart

    I must say, this is quite the find, if it is real, ofcourse! The way it morphs is quite extraordinary! I think it’s an aquatic specie of an extraterrestrial alien!

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  2. varakienen

    Im thinking its loosely related to sea cucumbers and spanish dancers.
    Still the oddest sea critter ive even seen. Im pretty sure its real..

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  3. I have 1 point and 1 question for this. This creature is obviously out of its natural water table environment, scientists say they have collected smaller transparent specimens before in shallower waters, the same is said of giant squid (of which they study off New Zealand…. in a really small boat :S haha). Now my question is… Why are we seeing things like this on a more regular basis now? what is happening in the deep ocean trenches and on the sea floor that is driving these unknown behemoths up to the shallower waters

    Luke

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    • I believe that it is the advances in technology that is allowing us to see more and more. We can can see deeper into the oceans and farther into space than ever before and the result is being able to finally see what has been there all along. Beautiful creature, by the way!

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  4. Awesome.

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  5. Interesting….experts are calling it a whale placenta. Looks like its alive to me.

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  6. RestlessRaven

    I hope I am wrong on this one.. but if your familiar with the Nanomaterials platform…. They are very fond of the hexagon as the base structural model. The reality of genetially modified, creatures, spliced genomes, combined and engineered, hybrid lifeforms is already upon us, and indeed has already run amuck. The shit being sprayed/used in the Gulf of Mexico was far more than just chemicals. They were spraying the first Engineered Lifeforms, meaning the first things that humans have made (living, self replicating entites)soley lab created. This was then told to be a “dispersant” used to breakdown the oil. What it really is we will never know, because its a patented, trade secret, intellectual property right. It was a GIANT test run of theyre new “oil eating microbe”.
    What they didnt know is that it would rapidly mutate in a dark, highy presurized environment. We really don’t know how bad it is.
    These are a much better explanation than I just offered:

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  7. RestlessRaven

    *Start on the top link. 1 thru 4

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  8. GIANT SQUID,A DAMP ONE AT THAT

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  9. RestlessRaven

    Your comment is awaiting moderation.

    I hope I am wrong on this one.. but if your familiar with the Nanomaterials platform…. They are very fond of the hexagon as the base structural model. The reality of genetially modified, creatures, spliced genomes, combined and engineered, hybrid lifeforms is already upon us, and indeed has already run amuck. The shit being sprayed/used in the Gulf of Mexico was far more than just chemicals. They were spraying the first Engineered Lifeforms, meaning the first things that humans have made (living, self replicating entites)soley lab created. This was then told to be a “dispersant” used to breakdown the oil. What it really is we will never know, because its a patented, trade secret, intellectual property right. It was a GIANT test run of theyre new “oil eating microbe”.
    What they didnt know is that it would rapidly mutate in a dark, highy presurized environment. We really don’t know how bad it is.
    These are a much better explanation than I just offered:

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  10. RestlessRaven

    Why is one comment out of the 3 I posted , the main one, still “awaiting moderation”?
    I get to look like the drunk guy for now I guess…

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  11. I uploaded the video. It is real

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  12. its a sea slug, some variety of the lettuce or mediterranean or japanese sea slug.

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  13. RestlessRaven

    Oh wait… its my bed sheets that got tangled up in the chicken coop. My bad.
    Also, sorry for the sloppy double posts and links, my computer was having a rough day.

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  14. The five fold symmetry of the “base”, which looks like a tail, and the hexagonal striations on the surface of the very flexible globe (the deflated balloon like bag) indicate that it is an echinoderm, and probably a living descendant of the, thought to be long extinct, crinoids. The whale placenta idea is interesting, but does not hold water. What expert? Where was that report found?

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    • varakienen

      damn Jim.
      I was content with distant relative of spannish dancer, sea slug or sea cucumber.
      But you actually made me go and look sh!t UP . lol
      how rare that is. 😉
      ~V.

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  15. Fascinating shit. But the presumption this is something man-made is downright insulting. There is a world of unknown ocean life out there, and we’ve only just begun to explore. Or rather discover by chance, exploration in an organized manner is yet to start. And: just like military personnel having ‘seen’ for instance ufo’s are bound to secrecy, the same goes for employees working in off-shore and deep-sea mining/drilling . This creature clearly reacts to the ROV’s lights and electrical field and is drawn towards it. I am aware of the shit people pull off in labs trying to outsmart mother nature, but let’s not get carried away. Logical explanations first please. After we are through with that: let the thinking outside of the box commence!

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