14 Monsters Living Beneath The Sea

3. Predatory Tunicate

predatory tunicate

Try to imagine diving in the dark, with only one source of light, and then you see these creepy beings that end up making you think like you’re in some science-fiction ghost movie. Predatory tunicates are only found in the deep-sea canyon walls and the seafloor in the waters of California. Their appearance resembles that of a venus flytrap and a jellyfish, combined with the action of the former. They close their mouths when a small animal or zooplankton swims inside, keeping it shut until they are ready to eat again.

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