The Otherworldliness of Christ's creation

The vast majority of nature presents an otherworldly quality to it. A transitory examination of insects and spiders proves this point. But when we are faced with something so utterly strange as appears in the following video, we are left stunned:

What is this animal? And why did our Creator, Christ Jesus, give it such an alien appearance? Surely it tells us that God created it (Job 12:7-10). But what other message does it have for us?

Theologians define God's holiness this way: 1) God's otherworldliness, 2) His purity—being unstained by sin. In my own study of creation over the past 60 years, I have not discovered any animal stranger than the one presented in this video. I can only conclude that, like common insects and spiders, this creature is loudly proclaiming to those with ears to hear, "My Creator is holy!"

“But just ask the animals, and have them teach you;
And the birds of the sky, and have them tell you.
Or speak to the earth, and have it teach you;
And have the fish of the sea tell you.
Who among all these does not know
That the hand of the Lord has done this,
In whose hand is the life of every living thing,
And the breath of all mankind?" Job 12:7-10