Do you remember Disney’s Ariel the mermaid and her underwater sea life? We do too, but after watching pics of some most bizarre underwater creatures, the childhood tale has turned into a nightmare. A Russian scientist has shared pictures of some creepiest or weird sea fishes or creatures. They look so devilish and make us realize that sea-world is beyond our imagination, still.
The scientist soon shoots to fame when he shared these pictures on the internet. Have a look at these deep-sea fishes and try to stop yourself from cringing.
Roman Fedortsov likes to travel the deep waters, and sail on the internationals waters. His quest is to explore and research on the sea creatures that are unusual and pretty strange, too.
He soon gained fame when he shared pictures of rare and creepy deep sea fishes. When we say deep sea, it is about the sea layer where there is minimal light.
No wonder in these dark waters reside these horrific species of fish. He keeps uploading them for public exhibition on the internet and shares his experience of catching these deep-water catches during his research expedition.
There is red monstrous fish that is actually an abundant species found in North Atlantic at the depth of 1,000 m.
While the scariest could be the Atlantic Wolfish that has thick lower and upper jaw lined with conical teeth to tear any other sea creature off.
Not just the fish are creepy but he also shows pics of some scary sea spider. According to his research, there are over 1,300 species of sea spared in Mediterranean and Caribbean deep waters.
While dragon fish looks like creatures from some other alien planet or monster-world. They mainly exist 500 m below the sea level.
But the frilled shark with its jaw open will surely become your recent nightmare. It is found about 1,600 m deep under the ocean, it can swallow its prey whole. Want to know more?
Have we told you about the giant monkfish? Native to Europe they barely look like any fish. They look like living monsters.
Russian Scientist Shares Pictures Of Some Creepiest Sea creatures