Incredible Footage of the Deepstaria Jellyfish

Scientists are finally exploring one of the last mysterious places on Earth — the ocean. During a recent dive in Revillagigedo Archipelago, the Nautilus team came across an unusual life form they weren't expecting. Following is a transcript of the video. 

Behold! The shapeshifting Deepstaria jellyfish. But it doesn't have tentacles like most jellyfish. Instead, it has what experts call a "bell." Don't be fooled by its tranquil presence. 

This is a predator on the hunt. Its bell is actually a deadly trap. The jellyfish expands its bell. This traps unsuspecting prey inside. Once inside the bell, there's no escape. The jellyfish digests its meal. The nutrients are carried throughout the body. Through a beautiful network of canals on its skin. Deepstaria jellies are common in Antarctic waters

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