Deep relaxed in the truest sense of the word: so is this new movie star of therefore nature, which doesn’t yet have a name. In the Mariana Trench, at 3700 m depth, the creatures floated randomly before a research camera. Shining in the darkness of the deep sea.What looks at first glance like a modern designed lamp has been identified as jellyfish. Filmed on the road has the diving robot deep discoverer (D2), on behalf of the national ocean and atmosphere administration of the United States NOAA.
Glowing travelling jellyfish made million youtube views
There is much to discover in the Mariana Trench, where the deepest point of the world’s oceans is with a maximum depth of 11.034 m. Because the deep sea is still unknown as the universe. So now, it discovered a jellyfish that looks as if it were fitted and connected with red lines with eight light bulbs. And apparently perpetually on the move.
So, the US scientists believe that this newly discovered jellyfish drifting in the water her whole life. Hang can be and thus experienced no sedentary polyp stage like other cnidarians. You have assigned the jellyfish of species Crossota. The yellowish bright bulbs should be the gonads of the jellyfish.
Research vessel Okeanos Explorer on tour
Relax is the jellyfish also to catch prey. As she could tarnish not water, it extends their shining tentacles circular. But while her booty motto is: wait with poison spray.
Until July 10 on the road is the NOAA research vessel Okeanos Explorer to the island group of the Mariana Islands in the Western Pacific and D2 which do shooting. The underwater vehicle can cause an equipment of approximately 5000 kg with it and has more than 900 m electrical cable on board, 20 LEDs and nine video cameras.
Live stream on YouTube
Interested parties can live with D2 and have fun on YouTube in real time, or but rather in practice patience. Because animals like the luminescent jellyfish swim all day before the lenses of high resolution cameras, providing in the depths of the Pacific educational work. But for the impatient, there’s also the own fascinating videos with the newly discovered film starlets from the sea.