In their existence hard to believe.
These animals are hiding in the great depths of the oceans. Photos and videos with the inhabitants of the seabed can surprise you.
This shark lives at depths of thousands of meters from the surface of the water, but sometimes it POPs up. Probably to remind us how unusual are the inhabitants of the ocean…
2. Deep acne-Ballarat, which the mouth of a Pelican
Deep acne-bolsherechie with the head of a Pelican. To meet this creature at a depth of about one thousand meters, the length of his torso reaches two meters.
3. Terrible fanged fish
This is one of the most remote animals. Fish with monstrous teeth found at a depth of over 5,000 meters, where the pressure is 500 times higher than on Earth. Person in such circumstances would be flattened like a pancake.
4. A viperfish from the Pacific ocean
Pacific a viperfish inhabits water depths exceeding one thousand meters and attracts the prey of the treacherous light.
Monkfish live at a depth of 2000 meters and attracts its prey in a similar way using light as a viperfish. The only difference is that the strange glowing antenna it out of my head. He looks like a scary predator from the movie “finding Nemo”.
6. Fish-Stargazer or a sea cow
The Stargazer buries itself in the sand and waiting for prey. His head always remains at the top, and eyes looking up, but body structure is ideal for this technique of hunting.
7. Giant crab spider
Giant crab-poketo the largest available on the planet of the crabs. He lives about 300 meters below sea level, and his claws grow longer than three meters.
8. Giant isopod
To see this arthropod with a 30-centimetre body at the level of more than 2000 meters under water. First it’s the garbage man with a ferocious appetite.
9. Shark-the Goblin or the Goblin shark
Shark-Goblin reaches up to 3.5 meters in length, lives at more than 1300 meters below the sea surface.
10. Giant squid architeuthis
The length of this giant squid reaches up to 18 meters, equivalent to a 6-storey building.
11. The blind Omar Dinochelus ausubeli
This lobster found only in 2007 in the depths of the ocean near the Philippines.
12. Largemouth shark
Pelagic largemouth shark grows up to 5.5 meters, and feeds on a rare deep-sea animal plankton.
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