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Giant isopods (pictured)— can grow to 16 inches (41 centimeters) and have compound eyes that are extremely sensitive to low light levels. Light bounces off a reflective layer at the back of the eyes called the tapetum, making the eyes appear to glow.

“Monster Bug” A foot-long ringer for a wood louse, Bathynomus is a hulking crustacean with razor-sharp mandibles and eyes that catch the light like a cat’s.

Creatures from the Mariana Trench.

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/Bioluminescent communication. Communication by the production of light occurs commonly in vertebrates and invertebrates in the oceans, particularly at depths (e.g. angler fish). Two well known forms of land bioluminescence are fireflies and glow worms. Other insects, insect larvae, annelids, arachnids and even species of fungi possess bioluminescent abilities. Some bioluminescent animals produce the light themselves whereas others have a symbiotic relationship with bioluminescent bacteria.

Sri Lanka Bay Owl (Phodilus assimilis) is a species of bay owl in the Tytonidae family. It is endemic to the island of Sri Lanka. It is sometimes considered a subspecies of the Oriental Bay Owl.

You probably wouldn't want to bump into this bad boy when swimming.

wondering what God was thinking when He made this.God works in mysterious ways! What a wonderful God!

Seriously the DEEP Sea has the best creatures!

Scaleless Black Dragonfish (Melanostomias), a bioluminescent deep sea fish showing its light emitting organs, large jaws, and needle-like teeth.


Lizard Fish Found in tropical and subtropical waters around the world at depths of at most.


UNDER THE ,SEA, CREATURE Jellyfish are found in every ocean, from the surface to the deep sea. A few jellyfish inhabit freshwater.

The frill shark has a large mouth with 25 rows of 300 sharp teeth, six pairs of fringed gill slits, and a long, eel-like body that can grow up to 6 feet long. It's referred to as a "living fossil" because it's a member of one of the oldest living shark species.

Real Sea Monsters: 4 Ocean Creatures with Scary Looks