PHOTOS: "Alien" Jellyfish Found in Arctic Deep

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Sminthea arctica (pictured in 2005) is the most common jellyfish found in the Arctic Ocean, a scientist said in December 2009.

Scientists plan to research more of the unexplored Arctic waters before warming and ice melt drastically transforms the ocean environment, according to NOAA's Web site.
—Photograph by Kevin Raskoff
 
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