Unknown (probably echiuran)
Unknown animal on the seabed. David Billett says: This is probably an echiuran. It appears to be connected to a burrow and looks like lots of echiurans we have seen when they have ventured out.
|Title:||Unknown (probably echiuran)|
|Identification:||Jones, Daniel and Billett, David|
|Date:||26 July 2007|
|Behaviour:||Unknown animal probably feeding on the seabed.|
|Site:||Atlantic > Venezuelan Basin|
|Latitude:||9 deg 44' 07" N|
|Longitude:||59 deg 44' 60" W|
|Countries:||South America > Venezuela|
|Rig:||Transocean Sovereign Explorer|
|Project Partners:||Statoil, Transocean, Subsea 7|
|ROV:||Centurion 38 HD|
|Keywords:||Unknown, Orca, echiuran, worm|
|Deposited By:||Dr Daniel Jones|
|Deposited On:||08 February 2010|
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