The Strange Sea Creature Washing Up on the Washington Coast

Posted: February 22, 2013  |  By: Daily Mail

Beach combers and marine educators near the Washington state coastline are finding something they’ve never before seen on the shores.

A gelatinous, nearly transparent sea creature that resembles a jelly fish and a slug, known as a salp.

The creatures have what appear to be green horns at one end and rows of muscles at the other end.

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