Sorry to interrupt, but we and our colleagues at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute thought you should know that you share a planet with the marvelous mollusk known as the panda bear sea angel:
The panda bear sea angel Notobranchaea macdonaldi is an open-ocean snail-relative known as a pteropod, or “wing-foot”. Many pteropods have some form of shell (those are often known as “sea butterflies”)—sea angels do not.
Sea angel pteropods are carnivorous hunters, tracking down sea butterflies and ensnaring them using hidden tentacles tucked away inside their head. As with so many adorable sea creatures, for sea angels, the devil is in the details.