Meet one of the world’s longest sea cucumbers, which has tentacles on its head.
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A diver filmed this bizarre sea creature at the bottom of the Red Sea off Egypt. It’s likely its species is Synapta maculata—one of the world’s largest sea cucumbers. They can grow to be seven to ten feet long, and they filter feed by capturing floating organic matter with their feather-like tentacles.

Read more about the super-long sea cucumber.
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/07/sea-cucumbers-long-red-sea-egypt-video-spd/

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