Glass-like sea creatures just millimetres big, found in black water by
Yung-Sen Wu

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Pictured: Amphipod and Immortal Jelly<br />
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Alien-looking sea creatures which measure just millimetres are seen floating in the darkness of the ocean.  Photos of the see-through black-water larvae, octopus, fish and eels - taken at depths of between 15 and 30 metres below the surface - show the organs of the tiny beings in striking detail.<br />
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Exceptional skill and a keen eye are required to find and photograph the creatures, which measure between one millimetre and two centimetres in size and move quickly through the dark waters.  Photographer Yung-Sen Wu took these pictures off the Philippines and Taiwan, and says it is a challenging task to complete in the pitch-black waters.  SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.<br />
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