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The stealthy predator Mnemiopsis leidyi, also known as the sea walnut, uses tiny hairs, called cilia, to create a current which prey don't notice until they are sucked into its mouth region, surrounded by two large oral lobes. - Credit: Lars Johan Hansson

The stealthy predator Mnemiopsis leidyi, also known as the sea walnut, uses tiny hairs, called cilia, to create a current which prey don't notice until they are sucked into its mouth region, surrounded by two large oral lobes. - Credit: Lars Johan Hansson

Dangers in the Deep: 10 Scariest Sea Creatures | Sharks, Fish & Jellyfish | Sea Predators

Dangers in the Deep: 10 Scariest Sea Creatures | Sharks, Fish & Jellyfish | Sea Predators

City Predator Figure from Predator 2. It is made by Hot Toys and is 1:6 scale (approx. 35cm / 13.8in high).  http://alien-predator.minimodelfilmstuff.co.uk/alien-predator/predator-predator-2-figure-hot-toys-901854 Hot Toys are proud to present the City Hunter Predator Sixth Scale Collectible Figure from the Predator 2 movie. The movie-accurate City Hunter Predator collectible is specially crafted based on his image in the movie, highlighting the newly developed head, LED light-...

City Predator Figure from Predator 2. It is made by Hot Toys and is 1:6 scale (approx. 35cm / 13.8in high). http://alien-predator.minimodelfilmstuff.co.uk/alien-predator/predator-predator-2-figure-hot-toys-901854 Hot Toys are proud to present the City Hunter Predator Sixth Scale Collectible Figure from the Predator 2 movie. The movie-accurate City Hunter Predator collectible is specially crafted based on his image in the movie, highlighting the newly developed head, LED light-...

Where'd you go? A mirrored glass structure in Northern Sweden. The exterior reflects the surroundings and the sky, creating a camouflaged refuge. Those poor Swedish birds...

Where'd you go? A mirrored glass structure in Northern Sweden. The exterior reflects the surroundings and the sky, creating a camouflaged refuge. Those poor Swedish birds...

Australian Box Jellyfish  Also known as the sea wasp, this salad-bowl sized jellyfish can have up to 60 tentacles each 15 feet long. Each tentacle has 5,000 stinging cells and enough toxin to kill 60 humans.

Australian Box Jellyfish Also known as the sea wasp, this salad-bowl sized jellyfish can have up to 60 tentacles each 15 feet long. Each tentacle has 5,000 stinging cells and enough toxin to kill 60 humans.

Photograph by Edith Widder, ORCA  Giant isopods—such as this specimen caught during the 2009 expedition—can grow to 16 inches (41 centimeters) and have compound eyes that are extremely sensitive to low light levels. Light bounces off a reflective layer at the back of the eyes called the tapetum, making the eyes appear to glow.     That's why the team carefully collected animals one by one using a mechanical arm on the submersible vessel before placing them inside light-tight, insulated…

Photograph by Edith Widder, ORCA Giant isopods—such as this specimen caught during the 2009 expedition—can grow to 16 inches (41 centimeters) and have compound eyes that are extremely sensitive to low light levels. Light bounces off a reflective layer at the back of the eyes called the tapetum, making the eyes appear to glow. That's why the team carefully collected animals one by one using a mechanical arm on the submersible vessel before placing them inside light-tight, insulated…

A deep-sea jellyfish, the blood-red Atolla wyvillei emits a spooky blue light when it is threatened by a predator.

A deep-sea jellyfish, the blood-red Atolla wyvillei emits a spooky blue light when it is threatened by a predator.

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