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A giant spider crab - Giant Spider Crab Thought to be the largest arthropods on Earth, giant spider crabs spend their time foraging on the ocean floor up to a thousand feet (300 meters) deep. These rare, leggy behemoths, native to the waters off Japan, can measure up to 12 feet (3.7 meters) from claw tip to claw tip. This five-foot (1.5-meter) specimen was photographed in Japan's Sagami Bay.

A giant spider crab - Giant Spider Crab Thought to be the largest arthropods on Earth, giant spider crabs spend their time foraging on the ocean floor up to a thousand feet (300 meters) deep. These rare, leggy behemoths, native to the waters off Japan, can measure up to 12 feet (3.7 meters) from claw tip to claw tip. This five-foot (1.5-meter) specimen was photographed in Japan's Sagami Bay.

Adaptation is the name of the game when you live thousands of feet below the water's surface. See how these deep-sea denizens make the most of their deep, dark home.

Adaptation is the name of the game when you live thousands of feet below the water's surface. See how these deep-sea denizens make the most of their deep, dark home.

Weird Deep Sea Fish | Polychaete worm picture: a deep-sea species found during a recent ...

Weird Deep Sea Fish | Polychaete worm picture: a deep-sea species found during a recent ...

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May 16, 2007—Hundreds of new species of deep-sea animals, such as the baby isopod Ceratoserolis above, have been discovered during expeditions in the waters off Antarctica.   Ceratoserolis is just one of 585 new species of isopod—a type of marine crustacean related to wood lice—found during the Antarctic Benthic Deep-Sea Biodiversity Project, or ANDEEP, trips between 2002 and 2005.

May 16, 2007—Hundreds of new species of deep-sea animals, such as the baby isopod Ceratoserolis above, have been discovered during expeditions in the waters off Antarctica. Ceratoserolis is just one of 585 new species of isopod—a type of marine crustacean related to wood lice—found during the Antarctic Benthic Deep-Sea Biodiversity Project, or ANDEEP, trips between 2002 and 2005.

What is it called?  Australia's Deep-Sea Creatures. Scientists from the Queensland Brain Institute Photograph Deep sea creatures.

What is it called? Australia's Deep-Sea Creatures. Scientists from the Queensland Brain Institute Photograph Deep sea creatures.

Deep Sea's 10 Most Amazing Creatures - Beautiful, bizarre or scary, here are ten of the most unbelievable creatures from the depths...    The 10 Most Amazing Creatures from the Deep Sea (03/2013).  Like, comment, share and keep wondering at the World(s)!

Deep Sea's 10 Most Amazing Creatures - Beautiful, bizarre or scary, here are ten of the most unbelievable creatures from the depths... The 10 Most Amazing Creatures from the Deep Sea (03/2013). Like, comment, share and keep wondering at the World(s)!

Six-gill sharks - , like this one off the coast of Vancouver, cruise the ocean floor during the day, sometimes as deep as 8,200 feet (2,500 meters

Six-gill sharks - , like this one off the coast of Vancouver, cruise the ocean floor during the day, sometimes as deep as 8,200 feet (2,500 meters

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