It's Spooky: Latest Magnapinna Sighting! | KCET
It's Spooky: Latest Magnapinna Sighting!
The Smithsonian (who generously provided the photo on the left per the website's fair use policy) loosely defines these magnapinnae by their "very long contractile arms and tentacles which appear identical, arms held outward from the body axis then abruptly bent anteriorly, and extremely large terminal fins which slowly undulate."
I guess we won't know more until somebody catches one of these things? Ideally this would be done by a professional but we might want to relegate this task to some of the Los Angeles-bound cargo ships. They seem to have a knack for inadvertently capturing giant sea creatures.
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