Angler and mysterious worms

Angler and mysterious worms

Off the coast of Costa Rica, scientists have received photos new types of deep-sea inhabitants.

Angler and mysterious worms

research vessel Falkor, owned by the Institute of Oceanology, Schmidt completed a three-week mission off the coast of Costa Rica.

During a scientific expedition experts studied the ocean floor and opened the four previously unknown species of corals and six new species.

Angler and mysterious worms

Brittle or zmeehvostiki. These marine creatures live at a depth of up to 8 km.

Angler and mysterious worms

A new species of jellyfish Cyanophore

Angler and mysterious worms

Deep Octopus

Angler and mysterious worms

black coral

Angler and mysterious worms

A rare deep sea shark ghost, or a chimera

Angler and mysterious worms

xylophages - bivalves

Angler and mysterious worms

holothurian or sea cucumber

Angler and mysterious worms

The squat lobster hiding in the coral Victorgorgia on Phoenix Island

Angler and mysterious worms

A new species of fish from the detachment of anglerfish or monkfish

Angler and mysterious worms

A previously unknown type of marine worm

Angler and mysterious worms

The accumulation of fish-swords

Angler and mysterious worms

The sea lily

Angler and mysterious worms

Octopus

Angler and mysterious worms

Many of these deep-sea creatures are able to survive without light and oxygen at the expense of methane emitted from the bottom of the ocean