Australian researchers are naming a creature found in the deep sea a "Headless Chicken Monster." The discovery was made in the Southern Ocean off the coast of East Antarctica using new technology. Researchers developed a recording device allowing them to capture on film a type of deep-sea swimming sea cucumber. Upon their exploration, they found the creature described as a headless blob. The device used was designed to operate under extreme pressure in the pitch black water for long periods of time. The name is being used until further research of the creature reveals more about it.
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