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Do you know that there are some fishes on our planet which are more dangerous than animals? We do not know much about these fishes because they live deep under water and our knowledge about marine life is not very good.

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Cthulhu is a malevolent entity who hibernates somewhere beneath the ocean in the South Pacific. The imprisoned Cthulhu is the source of constant anxiety for mankind at a subconscious level, and also the subject of worship by a number of human religions.

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Say cheese ~ this little guy promotes laughter. Love it!

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Although they are found at depths of nearly 2km, the Dragonfish actually starts its life at the surface of the ocean as a result of its egg being buoyant. Like many other deep sea creatures, it eventually becomes capable of producing its own light using a method known as bioluminescence after which it descends to the depths. One of its many light producing photophores can be found on a barbel attached to its lower jaw, which it most likely uses for hunting.

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National Geographic Amazing Creatures & Fish of the Deep Ocean Sea Docum.

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Je wist het niet, maar deze 25 ronduit bangelijke dingen leven in de zee

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Googly-eyed Glass squid, Teuthowenia pellucida, displaying "balling" behavior.  It retracts its arms and tentacles inside its mantle as a defense mechanism when it is disturbed or alarmed.

Have you ever seen a googly-eyed glass squid, aka Teuthowenia pellucida? A vampire squid ? A glowing sucker octopus?