This superficially jellyfish-like organism has stinging cells on the antler-like appendages on the left. They hunt by ramming into prey, stinging it, and then turning around to grasp it in the leathery flaps on the left, which surround the mouth. The creature swims by undulating the flaps. The clusters of slits arranged at different angles to each other are the gills. The collar is a sensory structure.
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