The Furious Fangtooth Fish. Found only deep within the bowels of the world’s oceans, the Fangtooth Fish is surprisingly harmless. So harmless, in fact, that their scientific name comes from Greek anoplo meaning “unarmed” and gaster meaning “stomach”.
The giant isopod is a crustacean that lives at the bottom of the ocean and is related to shrimp, crabs, and… the roly-poly pill-bugs that dwell in your garden. But unlike their insect cousins, giant isopods can grow to be more than 16 inches cm) long.
Equipped with a luminous red chin appendage for luring pray, two feet long snaggletooth fish is one scary-looking creature. These powerful predators with striking eyes can be found in deep sea waters between Australia and New Zealand.
Mitsukurina owstoni (Goblin Shark) found at continental shelf levels to deep sea depths the shelf is where most deep sea commercial fishing is done. Scientific Name: Mitsukurina owstoni Rank: Species Higher classification: Mitsukurina
It’s the circle of life. And, for underwater wildlife photographer, Amos Nachoum, his job to capture it. His incredible image of a leopard seal preparing to devour a young penguin in Port Lockroy on the Antarctic Peninsula was taken in