Scientists have discovered the remains of 520 million years old sea monster, which has about 18 guns around the mouth.
A mysterious underwater creature, which is supposed to be referring to modern iron jels, is hidden in prehistoric times in depths.
A group of scientists explored the waters in China when they found the fossil of an ancient creature covered with tiny, veined branches to catch its prey.
Each branch was covered with large hairs, similar to those on the comb, which allowed swimming on the water.
Chief researcher Jakob Vinther of the University of Bristol explained the meaning of the animal he named Daihua sanqiong.
He told Live Science: "With fossils, we found out what bizarre chews came from," Live Science said.
"Although now we can show that they came from a very reasonable place, this does not mean that they are less weird."
Vinther visited the University of China in Tunn when he found out.
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He was also shown other fossils in the university's collection, including the bizarre being, named Daihua Sanqiong, discovered by the co-researcher of the Xianguang Hou study.
Ancient fossils were closely linked to other prehistoric marine creatures, including eighteen Xianguangio and Dinomischus, a similar tulip.
Vinther added: "With anatomical comparisons we could reconstruct the entire line of iron jelly."
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