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    • Nella Porras

      seapig..... THIS IS WHY YOU STAY OUT OF THE OCEAN WTF IS THAT

    • Holly Henry

      These Creepy Animals Are Living Nightmares. I Didn’t Even Know They Existed! 1.) Sea Pig: Scotoplanes live on deep ocean bottoms, specifically on the abyssal plain in the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Ocean. They are deposit feeders and extract their food from deep sea mud.

    • Will Bradley

      The Sea Pig is a rather strange sea creature that lives in the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Ocean at depths of over 1,000 meters (about 3,280 feet). They use olfaction (smell) to locate food sources, such as whale carcasses.

    • Bearded Swede

      Sea Pig - Also known as Scotoplanes, the Sea Pig lives on the abyssal plain of the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans. They obtain food by siphoning organic particles from deep sea mud or, in other words, they are deposit feeders.

    • Diane Cameron-Penix

      Thriving on the deepest ocean floors, the Sea Pig behaves much like slugs do on land. They scavange the ocean floor for any organic material using their tube feet to move them along and using their tentacles to push food into their mouth. The Sea Pig is not an endangered species, but rare to see due to the depths of ocean in which they live. Though they appear to be some sort of slug/pig combination, sea pigs are scotoplanes or sea cucumbers belonging to the genus of the deep sea Holothurians.