#8 – Deepsea jelly fish
Deepsea jellyfish can come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors. They are found in the deep seas of Australia. The one pictured above is called an alarm jellyfish, scientifically named the Atolla wyvillei, it can also be referred to as the Coronate medusa or Atolla jellyfish. It gets its name from the fact that when attacked, it starts to emit blue light in a circular motion around its body, much like an alarm. By doing so, it hopes to attract even larger predators to come “come to its aid”. Once the attacker is too busy trying to save its own life, the jellyfish will be free to swim to safety.