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In this sediment pond, there are three different
organisms. The small wrinkled blobs are Xenophyophore -- the largest
single-celled organisms in the deep sea. Most of their bodies are below
the sediment surface. The spiky creature is a Cerianthid anemone. The fish
on the right is likely a rat-tail, a deep-sea fish seen quite often.
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