Video of the Love Child of a Macaron and a Snork

I wrote recently of the fascinatingly bizarre Dicopia antirrhinum, a predatory tunicate of the deep sea.  The authors of the study describing this strange beastie sent along video for the readers of DSN.  Enjoy!

A. Mecho, J. Aguzzi, J.B. Company, M. Canals, G. Lastras, X. Turon (2013)  First in situ observations of the deep-sea carnivorous ascidian Dicopia antirrhinum Monniot C., 1972 in the Western Mediterranean Sea. Deep-Sea Research, Pt. 1