Starfish

Starfish - the icon star or double star (Iconaster longimanus) is found in the west and central Indo-Pacific Ocean.

Sea pen

A graceful creature of the seafloor, a sea pen resembles a plump, old-fashioned quill pen. Its colors range from dark orange to yellow to white. Each sea pen is a colony of polyps (small anemonelike.

Frill Shark

Flaring the gills, gives the species its name, a Frilled Shark swims at Japan's Awashima Marine Park. Sightings of living frilled sharks are rare, because the fish generally remain thousands of feet beneath the ocean's surface.

Sengeal Birchir sometime called the Dinosaur Eels

Polypterus Senegalus:These african fish are often called “dinosaur eels”,

Flathead Sculpin Fish

The Blobfish Is The World's Ugliest Animal The grumpy-looking, gelatinous blobfish has won a public vote to become the official mascot of the Ugly Animal Preservation Society. This gives the fish the unofficial title of world's ugliest animal.

Fang-Tongued Fish

Dragonfish - This has teeth on both jaws and even its tongue. Though terrifying in appearance, the fish are only about the size of a banana. Julian Finn, Museum Victoria, Census for Marine Life)

Squidworm

The Squidworm Found in the Celebes Sea, this worm is, well . this worm seems confused. Scientists call it a squidworm Laurence Madin / WHOI Found in the Celebes Sea, this worm is, well . this worm seems confused. Scientists call it a squidworm

Giant Isopod

The Giant Isopods are deep sea creatures that look like some monster out of an Alien movie! This strange creature was discovered in 1879 by French zoologist .

Flashing jellyfish

The ROV Hyper Dolphin caught this deep-sea jelly (Atolla wyvillei) on film east of Izu-Oshina Island, Japan. When attacked, it uses bioluminescence to "scream" for help—an amazing light show known as a burglar alarm display.

Corpse womb

This Gulf of Mexico amphipod, Phronoma sedentaria, is known as the Cooper of the Sea because the crustacean species lives inside a barrel-shaped creature known as a salp, also shown here

Whale-eating worm

Vigtorniella Worm What do you get when a whale dies at sea? (It's not a joke or riddle.) You get a feast, if you're a polychaete worm like this newly discovered Vigtorniella found a about a half mile down on the floor of Sagami Bay, Japan.

Giant shrimp.

'Supergiant' Crustaceans Found in Deep Sea Andrea Mustain, OurAmazingPlanet Staff WriterDate: 02 February 2012 An elusive supergiant amphipod, recently plucked from the deep sea. CREDIT: © Oceanlab, University of Aberdeen, UK.

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