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  • Kris Mokma

    Careful to remove the hook eh

  • Beverly Brown

    Strange Fish | Strange Fish from Deep Sea Don’t Eat Any of These!

  • Carolyn Kumi

    fangtooth. The fish, reportedly, were brought to the surface as a result of the devastating tsunami that hit Japan in March 2011. The 2nd version of the message, which began circulating in January 2005, claimed that the creatures were washed ashore as a result of the Southeast Asian tsunami of December 2004.The creatures are real but they have no connection whatsoever to either tsunami. The pictures were taken during the NORFANZ scientific research voyage undertaken during May and June, 2003

  • Santuccio Album

    photos of ocean creatures | Strange Deep Sea Creatures

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Claire Nouvian: The Deep -- Gallery; I love every single one of these pictures, going to pin many more.

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...there is a silence where no sound may be in the cold grave under the deep deep sea.

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Marrus orthocanna, a deep-sea siphonophore related to the jellyfish.

Strange creatures of the sea… Well these are where my nightmares will be coming from for the next while. Why do these exist!

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go deep sea diving or regular diving to see some amazing sea creatures and also take pictures under water of sea animals

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