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

A Marrus orthocanna, a deep-sea siphonophore related to the jellyfish. From “The Deep: The Extraordinary Creatures of the Abyss” by Claire Nouvian/Kevin Raskoff The New York Times > Science > Slide Show > Seadevils and Species Unknown

diy under the sea tunnel entrance from PVC pipe with shark and fish silhouettes Deep Sea Discovery VBS 2016

diy under the sea tunnel entrance from PVC pipe with shark and fish silhouettes Deep Sea Discovery VBS 2016

Real Deep Sea Creatures | Then we have the Axolotl... which is rather like alien life... but you ...

Last week, the IUCN 2009 Seamount expedition ended, with scientists sampling two final seamounts in the Indian Ocean. Caught at was this deep-sea anglerfish, also known as a seatoad. Sarah Gotheil From BBC news

Rare Deep Water Shark | Rare deep-sea fish pictured Many deep sea fish display a show of spectacular colors, known as bioluminescence. Light is created when the ( protien or bacteria can't remember which pretty sure protien) Lucifern is broken Down.

Rare deep-sea fish pictured Many deep sea fish display a show of spectacular colors, known as bioluminescence. Light is created when the ( protien or bacteria can't remember which pretty sure protien) Lucifern is broken Down.

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Luminous creatures: Glowing deep sea creatures photographed by Joshua Lambus

Luminous creatures: Glowing deep sea creatures photographed by Joshua Lambus - Telegraph! I just learned this in my oceanography course!

The Pacific blackdragon is a deep sea fish, that can be found up to depths of up to 3,300 ft. Female blackdragons are about two feet long and have fang like teeth and a long chin whisker. They are black on the outside, aswell as on the inside to prevent light from swallowed bio-luminescent prey shining out. The males are small, about three inches in length, and brownish in color. They have no teeth, no chin barbel and no stomach. Unable to eat, the male lives only long enough t

black inside & out to keep light from swallowed bio-luminescent prey from shining out. males have no teeth, no stomach, unable to eat.

Creepy Deep Sea Creatures (39 pictures) | memolition

Someone said "this thing is creepy" and I just thought, that is one bug megamouth shark and damn is that rare and beautiful to see

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