Anthosactis pearseae is a species of sea anemone that was discovered in 2007. It was discovered living in the body of a dead whale at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean where the water was approximately 1.8 miles (3.0 km) deep, at Monterey Canyon, which is approximate 25 miles off the coast of Monterey, California. An article in Science Daily described it as "... small and white and roughly cube-shaped. It is about the size of a human molar, and even looks like a tooth with small tentacles on one side."
Researchers from Pontifical Catholic University Provide Details of New Studies and Findings in the Area of Cladistics
Aug 17, 2012; By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Science Letter -- Investigators publish new report on Cladistics. According to news...