Deep Sea Creatures Who Are Scary And Dangerous - REVIVEZONE

Deep Sea Creatures Who Are Scary And Dangerous

Most creepy and scary fishes are found in deep ocean waters where sunlight can not reach them. The pressure at the bottom of the deep sea is much higher as compared to the sea surface. That is the reason these sea creatures adapted special features and abilities to survive in the deep waters. These water animals are living there for ages since the dinosaur’s time and are still there.

 scary sea creatures - angler fish

Angler Fish

Angler Fish is a bony fish named for their characteristic mode of predation, in which a modified luminescent fin ray acts as a lure for other fish. They are carnivorous animals with long and sharp teeth. Their main diet includes mainly small fish, shrimps, small squids, and sea turtles.

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Deep Sea Creatures - Goblin Shark

Goblin Shark

Goblin sharks have the terrifying ability to literally sling their entire jawbone forward, massive extending the forward range of their bite. They are usually found 400 to 4000 ft deep. Goblin sharks feed mainly on teleost fishes such as rattails and dragonfish. They can grow up to 12 feet long and weights up to 460 pounds.

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creepy fish - gang tooth fish

Fang Tooth Fish

They have one of the largest teeth relative to their body size. It is so so big that they can’t even fully close their mouth. Fanf tooth fist is one of the scariest and ugly fish in the deep sea. They have powerful muscles and are one of the aggressive predators of the sea. Their primary diet is shrimp.

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most ugly fish - blob fish

Blob Fish

Blobfish live at a depth of 3,900 ft where the pressure is 120 times greater than that at upper sea level. Blobfish don’t have teeth, they don’t bite, and are harmless. In 2013 a magazine published an article where the Blobfish was deemed the world’s ugliest animal.

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wired fish - frilled shark

Frilled Shark

The frilled shark is one of the only surviving species in its particular shark family, but it can still be found throughout the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The frilled shark and the southern African frilled shark are the two extant species of shark in the family Chlamydoselachidae. The preferred prey of the frilled shark is squid, and they have several rows of long teeth, each with three long points, that are perfect for snagging the soft bodies of this prey. Though their favorite diet is squid, they are known to eat a variety of fish and also other sharks.

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beautiful sea animal - dumbo octopus

Dumbo Octopus

They are the cute-looking creatures of the deep sea. The name “dumbo” originates from their resemblance to the title character of Disney’s 1941 film Dumbo, having a prominent ear-like fin that extends from the mantle above each eye. There are 17 species of the Dumbo Octopus. They pounce on prey and eat it whole. Their diet includes copepods, isopods, bristle worms, and amphipods. 

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deep ocean animals - vampire squid

Vampire Squid

Vampire Squid got its name because of its dark color and the skin that connects the arms, resembling a cape. They live in completely dark waters where sunlight can not reach them. It uses its bioluminescent organs and its unique oxygen metabolism to thrive in the parts of the ocean with the lowest concentrations of oxygen. Vampire squid does not suck blood instead they feed on dead organic materials.

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deep ocean creatures - Ghost Shark

Ghost Shark

The Ghost Shark is a cartilaginous fish belonging to the subclass Holocephali. The name is due to their ghost-like appearance and movement in the deep seawater. They have large eyes to absorb as much light that helps them to see in dark sea bottoms. They have a Venom-filled spine which they use whenever they feel attacked. This makes Ghost shark a venomous creature.

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deep sea fish - Viper Fish

Viper Fish

Viperfish got this name as they have teeth that look very similar to the venom fangs of a viper snake. They use these to stab their prey. They are found in tropical and temperate waters at 9,000 feet deep sea. Viperfish will mostly feed on crustaceans and small fish. They typically reach a length of 1 foot and are considered an example of deep-sea gigantism.

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deep water animals - Bulbous Eye Fish

Bulbous Eye Fish

A dinosaur-like creature with bulbous eyes fish was caught while fishing off the coast of Norway recently. The 19-year-old Oscar Lundahl, a guide for the fishing company Nordic Sea Angling shocked when he saw what he had caught. The odd-looking creature had huge, bulging eyes and a tiny body in comparison. As this is new to the scientist. They are researching this new species and no detailed information is available in the public domain.

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