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Clione limacina, common name Naked Sea Butterfly or Common Clione, is a sea angel found in both Arctic and Antarctic Oceans. Photo by Alexander Semenov

Clione limacina

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Newly discovered species in the Antarctic

Newly discovered species in the Antarctic

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See the Weird and Fascinating Deep-Sea Creatures That Live in Constant Darkness - Atlas Obscura

See the Weird and Fascinating Deep-Sea Creatures That Live in Constant Darkness

When light is a commodity, evolution takes a strange turn.

48 Random Pics And Memes To Destroy Your Boredom - Funny Gallery

48 Random Pics And Memes To Destroy Your Boredom

When the day gets you down, take a break and scroll through this uplifting and a little bit wtf collection of funny memes and pics.

Copepod - Dorsal view | Nikon TE300, Plan Fluor 4x/0.13, dar… | Flickr

Copepod - Dorsal view

Nikon TE300, Plan Fluor 4x/0.13, dark field, Canon T3i mounted on the front port of the TE300

On a photo of a bizarre, alien-like creature with a massive jaw and sharp teeth, the fisherman wrote, ‘We’re still arguing about this one. What is it?’ On Twitter, some argue that the specimen in question is a stoplight loosejaw, a deep-sea dragonfish from the genus Malacosteus

Russian fisherman reveals the terrifying creatures of the deep sea

Murmansk-based fisherman Roman Fedortsov has revealed a trove of terrifying catches in photos share to Twitter and Flickr, from eight-legged arthropods to fish with dagger-like teeth.

The World’s Strongest Animal is the Copepod

The World’s Strongest Animal is the Copepod

Today I found out the world’s strongest animal is the copepod. Relative to their size, typically about 1mm long, copepods are also the world’s fastest animal, being able to jump at a rate of about a half a meter per second. Their incredible strength, relative to their size, makes them over ten times stronger than any other known species on [...]

The fisherman has also revealed photos of the bizarre chimaera, a fish commonly known as the ‘ghost shark.’ Their eyes glow only when exposed to light. In the darkness of the sea, ghost sharks appear to have sunken, ‘dead’ eyes

Russian fisherman reveals the terrifying creatures of the deep sea

Murmansk-based fisherman Roman Fedortsov has revealed a trove of terrifying catches in photos share to Twitter and Flickr, from eight-legged arthropods to fish with dagger-like teeth.

BLASCHKA I : Guido Mocafico

BLASCHKA I

BLASCHKA I : Guido Mocafico

Female Gravid Water Flea (Daphnia Magna) with Eggs Clearly Visible Photographic Print by Nigel Cattlin at Art.com

Female Gravid Water Flea (Daphnia Magna) with Eggs Clearly Visible Photographic Print by Nigel Cattlin | Art.com

Female Gravid Water Flea (Daphnia Magna) with Eggs Clearly Visible Photographic Print by Nigel Cattlin at Art.com

Pacific Viperfish by Dante Fenolio - Pacific Viperfish Photograph ...

Pacific Viperfish by Dante Fenolio

Pacific Viperfish Photograph by Dante Fenolio

#8603 Palau nautilus (パラウオウムガイ) & chambered nautilus (オウムガイ) | @Bryan Boyer Allen

#8603 Palau nautilus (パラウオウムガイ) & chambered nautilus (オウムガイ)

• パラウオウムガイ[鸚鵡貝](parauoumugai) = "Palau nautilus" (Nautilus belauensis) • オウムガイ[鸚鵡貝](oumugai) "chambered nautilus" (Nautilus pompilius)

Nerocila acuminata is a parasitic isopod related to Cymothoa exigua, the infamous “tongue-replacer”. This isopod clings onto the skin of its fish host, feeding on blood and tissue. When it detects a potential host, this parasites becomes a fish-seeking missile - it launches itself at the target fish like a guided torpedo, making precise directional and speed adjustments to ensure it lands on its target with claws outstretched . Upon contact, the isopod starts digging in, causing terrible...

Nerocila acuminata is a parasitic isopod related to Cymothoa exigua, the infamous “tongue-replacer”. This isopod clings onto the skin of its fish host, feeding on blood and tissue. When it detects a potential host, this parasites becomes a fish-seeking missile - it launches itself at the target fish like a guided torpedo, making precise directional and speed adjustments to ensure it lands on its target with claws outstretched . Upon contact, the isopod starts digging in, causing terrible...

Darth Gnathophaus by half-scientific on DeviantArt

Darth Gnathophaus by half-scientific on DeviantArt

Darth Gnathophaus by half-scientific on DeviantArt