Transparent Sea Creature Collection

Oh ocean…you deep, exotic world of mystery…will you ever cease to amaze?


I wish there was more info listed about these findings. They seem clearly related to other known creatures, but who can ever get enough sea life variety?



This one looks like my intestines dressed up for a party (no really…I’ve seen my intestines on film twice in the past week).


Fellow children of the 80’s will agree that this one is “totally tubular.”

You can also check out the Angel and Devil, Bobtail Squid, Rainbow Glow Jellyfish and amazing others.


Cannot type/talk due to severe illness (all words courtesy of voice software or kind typing helpers)…I read and appreciate all comments…Apologies for not being able to respond.

5 Responses to “Transparent Sea Creature Collection”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    I like the idea of your intestines going formal.

  2. Oh dear, you sure know the way to THIS man’s heart!

    The first and last ones are Sea Cucumbers. You can always rely on those guys to be weirder than you thought they were.

    The third one is a Scale Worm with a strange tail. I think the head is at the top, anyway.

    The intestines is an Acorn Worm. They belong to a whole other group related to echinoderms (starfish, sea cucumbers, etc.) and chordates (vertebrates, sea squirts, etc.). So it’s more of weird kind of weird thing, rather than a weird kind of familiar thing.

  3. Fabulous creatures. I took photos of jellyfish at an aquarium once. They were cool but nothing like this!

  4. Totally tubular indeed! So glad you’re feeling better, Dana!! ❤ ❤ ❤

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