Coconut Octopus

Amphioctopus marginatus, also known as the Coconut Octopus and veined octopus, is a medium-sized cephalopod belonging to the genus Amphioctopus. It is found in tropical waters of the western Pacific Ocean.

The "sea angel", a swimming sea slug, is most beautiful of the deap sea animals he snapped -- not exactly a tough contest to be fair. Mostly transparent, the sea angel's internal organs appear to glow brightly in the image.

In pictures: Sea angels and other amazing undersea creatures

The "sea angel", a swimming sea slug, is most beautiful of the deep sea animals he snapped -- not exactly a tough contest to be fair. Mostly transparent, the sea angel's internal organs appear to glow brightly in the image.

Seahorse

Branching sponges are veritable magnets for seahorses. Colorful natural hitching posts like this will encourage brightly colored seahorses such as this Ocean Rider Hippocampus erectus to retain their vivid wardrobes." Photo by Leslie Leddo

Leafy sea dragon

And Utterly Amazing! :D I love the fact that they call them "Leafy" Sea Dragons!

Blue Lined Sea Lettuce

Blue Lined Sea Lettuce Paper-Bubble Shell specimen (Hydatina physis)- By James van den Broek

this is so cute, I'll call him Ulie

Blue glowing coconut octopus, aka Veined Octopus (worth clicking on to see the bigger picture)

Translucent Goby Fish, Egypt Photo – Tobias Friedrich Two tiny gobies, neither of which is any bigger than an inch in the water near Marsa Alam, Egypt

fluorescent anemone - Gallery - Glow-in-the-dark sea creatures light up the deep - Image 3 - New Scientist

Most fluorescent marine creatures have been found in shallower water, for instance this tube anemone, Cerianthus membranaceus from the Mediterranean Sea.

Jellyfish

Beyond my wildest imagination, here are some of the incredible creatures that can be found under the sea. These sea creatures come in a stunning variety of

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