Monday, October 1, 2012

The inhabitants of the deep sea

What is there on our amazing planet. Each year, scientists are discovering more and more new species. For example, here are similar to the alien creatures - the representatives of ten new species discovered by scientists in the Atlantic Ocean at a depth of 3657 meters.




A. Golotuoriya, it - the sea cucumber. Depth - 2500 meters (© BrunoPress)

Two. Acorn worms of the class Enteropneusta. Depth - 2500 meters (© BrunoPress)

Three. Golotuoriya, sea cucumber. Depth - 2500 meters (© BrunoPress)

4. Comb with a surface layer of the seabed. It is fixed to the seabed sticky tentacles. (© BrunoPress)

Five. Acorn worm at a depth of 2700 m (© BrunoPress)

6. Squid in the family of loliginidov deep in the Mediterranean Sea in the eastern part of Turkey. (AFP / Tarik Tinazay)

7. Deep-sea jellyfish at a depth of not less than 1500 m Her team found the Filipino and American scientists who investigated the Celebes Sea. (OCEAN GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE / WHOI / EPA)

Eight. The inhabitants of the deep sea - an example of zooplankton collected by Tucker Troulom - Jellyfish, luminescent anchovies, small gavialitseps. (WHOI / EPA)

9. Medusa Peraphilla at a depth of 1000 m in the Coral Sea, around 350 km north-east of the north Australian city of Cairns. (AFP PHOTO / HO / QUEENSLAND BRAIN INSTITUTE / Justin Marshall)

10. Deep-sea features at a depth of 1000 m in the Coral Sea. (AFP PHOTO / HO / QUEENSLAND BRAIN INSTITUTE / Justin Marshall)

11. Fish-adder. (AFP PHOTO / HO / QUEENSLAND BRAIN INSTITUTE / Justin Marshall)

12. Deep sea fish at a depth of 1000 m (AFP PHOTO / HO / QUEENSLAND BRAIN INSTITUTE / Justin Marshall)

13. The sea cucumber. Sea cucumbers - an important element in the processing of deposits (such as worms on the ground), but their numbers around the world threatened by fish farms. (© BrunoPress)

14. The representative of the isopods. These creatures (sea lice) are similar to crushed minerals. (© BrunoPress)

15. In the recently published pictures you can see a number of Antarctic sea creatures in one of the fastest-heated waters in the world. (Peter Bucktrout / BAS / BrunoPress)

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