Meet Liropus minusculus, a new species of skeleton shrimp found off the coast of California.
You may be interested to note that this creature is neither a skeleton nor a shrimp. Instead, it's a crustacean in the Caprillidae family of amphipods.
Weird doesn't begin to describe these creatures. Check out this clip:
For much more on this, including a Caprillidae anatomy lesson "skeleton shrimp have taken the basic amphipod body plan and dialed all the features to 'scary'", head over to Jennifer Frazer's piece at Scientific American Blogs.