Predatory tunicate

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Predatory Tunicate:




"Predatory tunicate"
Predatory tunicate

Scientific Name: Megalodicopia Hians

Commonly Found: Pacific ocean

Length : up to 6 inches

Description
Also known as "Ghostfish", the predatory Tunicate is said to be a cross between a Venus Flytrap and jellyfish . They live anchored along the deep canyon walls and seafloor , waiting for tiny animals to drift or swim into its hood shaped mouth to quickly close when  a prey is within reach. They are known to live in depths of more than 3300ft in the deep canyon and only stay in one place for all their adult life

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