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This deep-sea creature is long-armed, bristling with teeth, and the sole survivor of 180 million years of evolution

By Tim O'Hara, Senior Curator of Marine Invertebrates, Museums Victoria
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Ophiojura, discovered living on a seamount deep in the Pacific Ocean, is the last known survivor of a unique group of animals that diverged from its closest relatives way back in the Jurassic period.

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