Their bodies are filled 

with holes that ooze slime; this slime appears to be a method of 

defense, as well as a possible means of predation. With neither 

jaws nor eyes, they may seem ill suited for the modern ocean 

environment, but they are survivors, in the truest sense of 

the word. 

Following the scents to a dead or dying victim, they enter its body 

through any available orifice. Once inside, they gorge upon the 

animals internal organs; eventually leaving behind an empty,

withered husk. 

jaws.... eyes....