New Discovery of Arctic Jellyfish…

Bathykorus Bouilloni. This is one super cool jellyfish that was discovered just within the past ten years. It’s a deep sea jellyfish that thrives in the Arctic. It made headlines not only because it emerged as yet another new species of jellyfish but also because itlooks a lot like Darth Vader! Scientifically speaking, “the species has four primary tentacles, four secondary tentacles, with three interradial manubrial pouches in each quadrant.” (zootaxa source)

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