See through jellyfish?
Sister to that of a normal jellyfish. Comb jellies are somewhat different in their nervous systems. In the form of lack of genes. Over time these genes have gone away one which makes this jellyfish see through.
After 500 million years ago splitting away from animals these type of jellyfish have formed. Yet they lack many common genes than that of a typical jellyfish. One of which is not having the gene of ctenophores that cover the organism. Which gives jellyfish the effect of looking like tiny disco balls.
Leonid Moroz of University of Florida in St. Augustine says this about this newly found type of comb jellyfish, “They are aliens who’ve come to Earth.” Whether these newly found creatures are aliens are not is up to speculation. The lack of many common genes in jellyfish tend to have this species of comb jellies up to research.
Source from: Nature magazine issue May 22, 2014