These 3 strange sea creatures have baffled scientists

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I love a good ocean mystery, from one The strange “yellow brick road”. In the Pacific Ocean “Blue Orb” In the Atlantic Ocean, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration oceanographers are reviewing some of the strangest things they’ve seen beneath the waves. They are still confused about the three mysterious sightings.

NOAA Ocean Exploration delivered the bouquet Three marine mysteries in one tweet on Monday. “Our oceans cover 70 percent of Earth’s surface—yet we’ve only explored a tiny fraction of what lies beneath,” the agency wrote. So it’s no shock that we often encounter things that trouble even the most experienced scientists.

The pictures are from past trips. NOAA operates the research vessel Okeanos Explorer, which is equipped to probe the deep ocean with a remote-controlled vehicle.

The first image shows a bubbly red coral with a “strange green filamentous creature” clinging to it. This spaghetti-like creature was found at an altitude of 1,706 feet (520 meters) in the Pacific Ocean. Plants are usually not found at that depth due to lack of light. The science team speculated that it might be some kind of sponge, or possibly algae, stuck in the coral.

These strange things appeared in the depths of the Pacific Ocean.

NOAA Ocean Exploration

Next is a group of spherical “strange, feathery things” that appear to be all in one mass. The strange sighting occurred at a depth of 9,022 feet (2,750 meters) along the Fina Nago volcanic chain in the Pacific Ocean. Like sea spaghetti, researchers speculated about what it might be. Perhaps these colonies were hydroids or bryozoans — both types of marine invertebrates.

This worm-like creature was found near Johnston Atoll in the Pacific Ocean.

NOAA Ocean Exploration

The last mysterious creature is a true spectator. It’s a bright red cream-like thing with a bunch of red spheres attached to it. It was also spotted in the Pacific Ocean, not far from Johnston Atoll in southwest Hawaii. NOAA described it as a USO (unidentified swimming organism).

This gallery of strange ocean orbs is a reminder of how much we still have to learn about our blue world. This is a frontier that is as exciting as space exploration. Plus, we know there’s life down there, we just don’t always know what it is.

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