While the outbreak of coronavirus has brought the entire nation to a standstill, researchers and scientists may have found the world’s largest creature!
As per the breaking news, recently, more than 30 new marine creatures have been found by the scientists. it is found in the deep ocean off the Australian coast along with the world’s largest animal.
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Check out this beautiful *giant* siphonophore Apolemia recorded on #NingalooCanyons expedition. It seems likely that this specimen is the largest ever recorded, and in strange UFO-like feeding posture. Thanks @Caseywdunn for info @wamuseum @GeoscienceAus @CurtinUni @Scripps_Ocean pic.twitter.com/QirkIWDu6S
— Schmidt Ocean (@SchmidtOcean) April 6, 2020
They have found the longest sea creature ever named ‘Siphonophore.’ This deep-sea creature is estimated to be 150 feet long, making it the longest animal in the world.
So far, we consider the blue whale to be the longest creature, as it is 91 feet long. However, this new discovery by scientists had left us in awe.
As per the experts, this long deepwater predator feeds via their tentacles that assist them in keeping floating in the deep ocean, similar to jellyfish.
Western Australia Museum took to their twitter handle and shared this news with a caption.
“Western Australia Museum researchers have found what they believe could be the longest animal ever recorded. It has been estimated that the giant Apolemia siphonophore is more than 120m long, but its length is yet to be formally established,”
Get out the tape measure!📏@wamuseum researchers have found what they believe could be the longest animal ever recorded.
It has been estimated that the giant Apolemia siphonophore is more than 120m long, but it's length is yet to be formally established.https://t.co/rFaNrZnHYn
— wamuseum (@wamuseum) April 14, 2020
This Might Be the Longest Creature Ever Seen in the Ocean!