The Venus Girdle Fish Found In The Atlantic Ocean

The Venus girdle fish, also known as the sea girdle or the mermaid's girdle, is a species of marine animal found in the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.

The Venus Girdle Fish found in the Atlantic Ocean.

It belongs to the Ctenophora phylum, which means it is a comb jelly.

The Venus girdle fish has a unique appearance, with a long, narrow, ribbon-like body that can grow up to 30 cm in length. It is translucent and has eight rows of comb-like cilia that it uses to swim through the water. It is a carnivorous animal, feeding on small planktonic animals such as copepods and larval fish.

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Despite its beautiful appearance, the Venus girdle fish can be dangerous to humans. Its cilia contain a toxin that can cause a painful sting, and it is recommended to avoid touching or handling them. Overall, the Venus girdle fish is a fascinating and unique creature that adds to the diversity of marine life.

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