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Dr. Justin Marshall with slime extruded from the pores of the hagfish.
The six-gill shark, approximately 8 feet long.
Shark attracted by the fish pieces attached to the tip of the EITS frameand in its bait cage.
Six-gill shark swimming in for an inspection of the Eye-in-the-Sea.
Unidentified jelly with algae which appears as red balls.
Unknown medusa-like plankton.
The pontellid copepod Pontella securifer. Various parts glow fluorescent green when viewed under blue light. Top: Note the male's specialized antenna andclaw on its last leg (on the right) for grabbing females. Bottom:The female has an oblong sperm
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