Colin Zhang - Teuthidodrilus
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País: United States
Especie: acrocirrid marine annelid
Descripción: Teuthidodrilus same, dubbed as the squid worm, is a species of acrocirrid marine annelid worms. It is free-swimming and can be found in the deep seawater column at depths of 2,039 to 2,912 m (6,690 to 9,554 ft). It feeds on marine snow and can grow to about 9 cm (3.5 in) in length and 1 cm (0.39 in) in width. It is named for the ten squid-like appendages emerging from its head. It was discovered in 2007 in the benthopelagic zone of the Celebes Sea, near the Tawi-Tawi islands of the Philippines. It is the only species in the genus Teuthidodrilus.
What I curious about this creature is because the shape of this species really makes me feel amazing. It`s half transparent body look fo fragile but it also can live in the darkest water, that is a strong vitality that I respect.
Categoría: Ilustración naturalista
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