Clione limacina, common name Naked and Common Clione, is a sea angel found from the surface to greater than 500 m in depth. Distribution of Clione limacina is mostly in cold waters, from the Arctic Ocean to North Carolina, Alaska
The "sea angel", a swimming sea slug, is most beautiful of the deep sea animals he snapped -- not exactly a tough contest to be fair. Mostly transparent, the sea angel's internal organs appear to glow brightly in the image.
The Sea Angels have blessed us with a visit. Clione or "sea angels" are small, gelatinous gastropods which have no shell and whose foot has evolved into a pair of delicate flapping wings. via ferrebeekeeper. Photo by Reuters/Kimimasa Mayama
The Japanese Flying Squid is proven to launch out of the water and “fly” for up to 3 seconds, sometimes traveling a distance of 30 meters. Scientists think they do this to escape from predators, just like flying fish.