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Missing, Pink Link? Photograph courtesy David Shale Creatures like this pink, potentially new species of enteropneust acorn worm may have been the ancestors of the first backboned animals, according to expedition member Monty Priede. The MAR-ECO team captured three likely new species of the primitive worm, each in a different color—pink, purple, and white—and with different body shapes. The creatures will be sent for DNA analysis to see if they are indeed key evolutionary links…

Cyanea capillata by Alexander Semenov, via Flickr

Creatures from the Mariana Trench

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deep-sea fish

Ctenophora - "Also known as “comb jellies,” ctenophora emit a blue or green light that can only be seen in the dark. They also secrete ink that luminesces most brightly in the smaller bodies of young comb jellies. A rainbow effect is created when light scatters through the distinctive comb-like tentacles of the ctenophore."

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Flabellina pedata Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Mollusca Class: Gastropoda (unranked): clade Heterobranchia clade Euthyneura clade Nudipleura clade Nudibranchia clade Dexiarchia clade Cladobranchia clade Aeolidida Superfamily: Flabellinoidea Family: Flabellinidae Genus: Flabellina Species: F. pedata