Arthrophoto: an Antarctic amphipod, Epimeria rubrieques 

Photo: Torben Riehl, University of Hamburg

The antarctic oceans holds a surprising diversity of marine life, including this pointy amphipod crustacean. See other amphipods from the antarctic, here.

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