Piglet Squid

Helicocranchia pfefferi
From Site:

Unaccustomed to Earth's atmosphere, the visitor quickly perished.
"about the size of a small avocado and can be found most commonly in the deepwater (greater than 100 m or 320 ft) of virtually all oceans. Its habit of filling up with water and the funny location of its siphone with a wild-looking 'tuft' of eight arms and two tentacles had prompted scientists to name it the piglet squid."

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