El pulpo de vidrio ( Vitreledonella richardi) se llama así porque es casi completamente transparente. La criatura gelatinosa puede crecer hasta 45 cm, si incluye los tentáculos. Vive entre 300 y 1,000 m bajo la superficie en aguas tropicales y subtropicales. Es casi completamente invisible para los depredadores, excepto por su sistema digestivo, nervios ópticos y ojos. FOTO: Solvin Zankl/naturepl.com
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