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I doubt that these were really found in the middle of the Gulf of Guinea, which is the reported location.
You should also post these pictures separately.
The first of these looks like a crab spider, the second and last like an earthworm - not sure which but the band should be indicative.
Thanks for your comment, this helped us a great deal. We're still pretty new to this, and haven't been learning about it for long at college.
We'll look further into the identification of the worms.
Are there several of you adding observations for the college project at the moment? If so that's great, and it's good to see all the things you've been finding, but as others have pointed out iSpot is set up to deal with just one species per observation, so if you could split some of them out and upload them as separate observations that would be appreciated.
Your fourth photo here looks like Pill Woodlouse, Armadillidium vulgare.
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P.S. if you want to change the location you can do so by clicking on the "Edit" tab towards the top of this page, and re-setting the location details.
Lat/Lng: 51.1, 0.3
OS grid ref: TQ6249