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This is a longfin dragonfish, actostoma macropus, It is a species of barbled dragonfish found in the Pacific Ocean down to depths of metres ft). It to a length of centimetres

bogleech:  Taonius is a deep-sea squid who swims with its...

"This cartoony-looking squid is Taonius borealis.These bizarre deep-sea squid only grow up to 50 cm in length. Its large eyes normally sit facing frontwards, but it is also able to switch them to see out laterally instead.

Giant Isopod...NOT cute!  Thank god they live 6000' down on the ocean floor b/c this would cure me of ever wanting to go in the ocean!

10 Most Disturbing Animals on Earth

hatchet fish - Bing Images

Hatchetfish - Their terrifying eyes point upward so they can spot any leftover fish food that might be falling from above.

New fish species found in the Marianas Trench at 8,200 feet.  Believed to be a type of snailfish.

A new species of deep-sea snailfish with a glowing cranium and transparent body has been discovered over 500 meters deep. This discovery smashes the record for deepest fish known to exist in the world.

weird sea creatures, ocean mysteries, marine life, sea animals, Pink See-Through Fantasia

scienceguy: “ The Pink Sea-Through Fantasia (Enypniastes eximia) is a deep-sea sea cucumber (an echinoderm - related to sea stars and sea urchins). One of two species in the genus, both have evolved.


An amazing image of the elusive big-fin squid - It's other name being 'The Ocean-going Nope'

The Mary River Turtle (Elusor macrurus) aka the Green Hair Turtle. #animals #turtle

The Mary River turtle, Elusor macrurus, is an endangered short-necked turtle that inhabits the Mary River in south-east Queensland, Australia. This Mary River turtle has algae growing on its head, but it doesn't seem to mind. Perfect as a turtle hat!

That Is Some Scary Stuff~~~I'm sure these guys are deep enough I would never see them but I'll never know cause I'll never go in the ocean again!!!!!  Been in 2 of them and that's enough!

The Ocean Is Scary

Oh, these are some of the species in Lake Nope, located in Screwitica.