As promised, I've got another collection of creatures from the census of marine life for you. Let's start with the aptly-named Terrible Claw Lobster, Dinochelus ausubeli. It should be obvious where the name comes from
Next up, we have an as-yet unnamed snail, found on a submarine volcano off Japan.
We also have a jellyfish, Bathykorus bouilloni, that appears to have gotten his appearance from Star Wars, judging from his Vader-like shape.
Next, is the Bearded Fireworm. Those bristles are venomous, causing an "intense burning irritation". Don't touch.
And last up, here's another plankton-sized baby for you, this time for the Slipper Lobster. While he's transparent now, when he grows, he will have a full shell.
Pictures courtesy of National Geographic