NGC 3718 is a warped spiral galaxy in Ursa Major, considered to be interacting with NGC3729 (left in the image). It is also cataloged as Arp 214:
Just below (south) is the Hickson 56 galaxy chain consisting of 5 galaxies. Four of the five (excluding PGC 35631 on the left) make up Arp 322.
Here is an inverted view of just the luminance:
Image data here: http://www.greggsastronomy.com/ngc3718_2020.html
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