Rare Ruby Seadragon Caught on Video for First Time

But after 4 dives with a remote-controlled mini-submarine, they managed to film dual crimson seadragons some-more than 167 feet underwater, as a fish swam by hilly gardens of sponges and nibbled during their prey, many expected little molluscs called mysids. The group published a footage, and an essay describing it, on Jan 12 in Marine Biodiversity Records.



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