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    Deep Sea Anglerfish

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    Deep sea creature

  • Leslie Jimenez-Polovinkine

    Deep Ocean Sea Life | never-seen-before prehistoric marine life in the depths of the ocean ...

  • Joosepien

    A deep-sea fish at a depth of over 1000 metres at the Osprey Reef in the Coral Sea.

  • Vik Toria

    deep sea angler fish

  • Doug Harrington

    The deep-sea anglerfish is well-adapted for living in a dark world where the pressure is 140 times greater than on land. "Learning more about these creatures' primitive eyes and brain could help neuroscientists better understand human vision," research team leader Justin Marshall says. "We could also design better cameras and illumination systems because, as we've seen, nature often gets there first."

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    Deep-ocean cameras capture deep-sea animal

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