If you need to get your fill of weird and wonderful for the day without getting wet with muck diving, a new Nat Geo gallery of the strangest critters found in the Scottish sea might do the trick.
Try not to get the chills from a rare “fish without a face,” which is actually a link in the evolutionary chain between invertebrates and vertebrates. The Amphioxus has a nerve cord instead of a backbone and crawls along the ocean floor without a brain.
Other strange pics include horse mussels, sea-loch anemones and a variety of other invertebrates. But we’ll let you check out the pics for yourself.
Canon 15mm f2.8 Fisheye
Canon 5D Mark III
Sea & Sea YS-D1
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