The World’s Strangest Sea Creatures

The world of animals is extremely diverse and rich, there are some species that are very familiar to us, but there are also some species with extremely strange shapes, making everyone surprised at first sight when see them. Here is a list of Top strangest animals on the planet.

Blobfish

The Blobfish, or “sad-faced fish”, won the championship in a poll of the ugliest animals on the planet created from jellyfish-like ingredients. That is also the reason why it can float in water. They live at a depth of about 362 m where the pressure is 118 times higher than the pressure at the ocean surface. The fish has the appearance of being compared to the character Jabba the Hut in the Star Wars movie, the skin color is usually milky white or pink. The fish’s face, viewed horizontally from the front, resembles a grumpy obese man with an onion-shaped nose. The maximum length of an adult fish is 30 cm.

Blobfish

Deep sea Dragonfish

Possessing large eyes and long fangs, the Deep sea Dragonfish is a rather fearsome predator on the seabed. Their skin is not covered with scales but is instead smooth like that of an eel. The deep sea arowana has an average size of about 15cm and lives at depths from 1,828m. Like many other seabed animals, arowanas also have bioluminescent organs to hunt or communicate. The luminescent part of the arowana is a small antennae under the chin. They swing their glowing antennae as a form of communication with their fellow humans, or to attract prey.

Deep sea Dragonfish

Octopus Dumbo

They are known for their oddly shaped heads, with fins protruding above their heads resembling the ears of the flying elephant Dumbo in the 1941 Walt Disney animated film of the same name. They are found in the Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean and the Arctic Ocean. The Dumbo octopus is one of the deepest known species of octopus. It is the complete lack of light and extreme water pressure that cause this octopus to change its shape strangely.

Glaucus Atlanticus

Glaucus Atlanticus is a species of blue sea slug. Glaucus Atlanticus has the ability to float on water thanks to a gas-filled sac in its stomach. This species can be found in warm seawater, so be careful not to step on them.

Glaucus Atlanticus

Goblin Shark (Goblin Shark)

At the bottom of the deep sea exist countless mysteries, rare and strange creatures. Among them is the Goblin Shark, one of the rarest shark species in the world and is known as a “living fossil”. This is perhaps the most distinctive and peculiar species in the shark family because of its ugly appearance. It possesses a hooked nose that is longer than other sharks and resembles a bird’s beak. This shark has a protruding upper snout like a long sword, and their jaws with jagged teeth also protrude out of the face in a strange way.

Goblin Shark (Goblin Shark)

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