Habitat: in abundance all over the world except the northern part of the Atlantic Ocean and eastern part of Pacific Ocean, and in central and South America.
Status:No conservation concerns
“What the heck is this thing??!?! ” you might be asking yourself. Well this extremely ugly fat pink blob is a Sea Pig – a deep sea sea cucumber that was found during a marine census conducted by New Zealand’s National Institute of water and atmospheric pressure.Thank GOD they found these things right? I mean, I love having nightmares, don’t you? These creatures have tentacles as well as large tubed feet which it uses to push dead organic ooze into its mouth to feed on. In order to move about, the Sea Pig will inflate its legs using water cavities within the skin.
Some people are convinced that these things are cute (as noted in the drawing below). However, THEY ARE WRONG.