“The sea angel” is a name given to a once-in-a-lifetime, graceful marine creature.
While exploring and examining the White Sea’s remote and deep areas, this gifted biologist just captured one of the most uncommon and spectacular aquatic species ever discovered in the history of science. This privileged man, a member of the Moscow State University Sea Biologist Station, was the first to capture the dreaded “sea-butterfly,” which marine enthusiasts have dubbed “the sea angel.”
The acclaimed biologist and his devoted diving team expected to discover the most wondrous and unknown creatures or scenes hidden in the depths of the oceans during their study.
This beautiful butterfly, which they dubbed “the sea angel,” was discovered while they were on an expedition in the White Sea. They’re well-known for their extraordinarily vivid and eye-catching colors, but recent studies have revealed that they actually live at a depth of almost 1500 feet. The reason no other explorer was able to find such a rare and unique creature is because of this.
Their estimated length is between 1.5 and 1.7 inches, based on the theory that they inhabit the North Atlantic Ocean. Experts agree that seeing such a unique and endearing marine creature was a joy in and of itself.