Glowing Sharks… A Shearing Shell with Moving Head…

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Glowing Sharks… A Shearing Shell with Moving Head…



Two new discoveries from the world … Interesting images of two different creatures, both of which live in the sea …

Two new discoveries from the world … Interesting images of two different creatures, both of which live in the sea …

We knew some underwater creatures glow in the dark, but marine biologists New Zeland During their work around the city, they discovered for the first time that three different sharks glow in the darker.

Let’s share these three sharks in order:

Blackbelly lanternshark, also known as Lucifer …

Southern lanternshark…

Kitefin lanternshark…

The work of the Belgian Université Catholique de Louvain and the researchers of the New Zealand Institute for Water and Atmospheric Research surprised everyone.

“CAMOUFLAGE AGAINST THE ENEMY”

When the sharks are on the surface of the pitch-black ocean, their silhouettes are quite distinct when viewed from below.

These sharks have managed to reduce this blackout by shining a phosphorescent color. The luminous glow is a pretty good camouflage to protect against attacks from the bottom of the sea.

According to this research, the 180 cm kitefine is now the largest known phosphorous vertebrate today.

Another creature caught the eye of Japanese scientists.

The shellless sea snail that tears off its head …

This mollusk, whose photosynthesizer is encountered in America, has another amazing ability. Its shocking but real abilities are like the lizard that regenerates after its tail is cut off, but it’s actually more interesting because the head moves after autotomy (after its head is cut off) and is completed within a few weeks with a whole body, including the heart and other organs.

It is unknown why they separated their heads from their bodies. Scientists who suggest that it may be to get rid of parasites add that this sea snail feeds on the sun and also on algae, just like plants.

Source: Space Mage Turkey


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