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Octopus

I think this is my spirit animal! ⭐Greater Blue-ringed Octopus⭐ (Hapalochlaena lunulata) is one of three (or perhaps four) species of venomous blue-ringed octopuses.

Tardigrade is a microscopic animal that lives on moss.

The Tardigrade aka Water Bear. Able to survive the vacuum of space, radiation, intense pressures and years of being dried out and 'dead.

Pom pom crab (Lybia Tesselatta)

Pom pom crab (Lybia Tesselatta) Is it just me or does this guy look like he was born to rock Mardi Gras?

Meet Promachoteuthis sulcus, a bizarre creature straight out of your nightmares.  As you can see, this thing has freakishly human looking teeth. It’s a species of promachoteuthid squid and only one specimen has been found to date. It was captured in the Southern Atlantic Ocean at a depth of 2,000m in 2007.

Promachoteuthis sulcus, a bizarre creature. As you can see, this thing has human looking teeth. It’s a species of promachoteuthid squid and only one specimen has been found to date. It was captured in the Southern Atlantic Ocean at a depth of

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"Make Room for Me!" Eden Rock, Grand Cayman Photo by Amanda Nicholls Amazing Underwater Photography

King of Kings Crab

Weird sea creatures: The Japanese Spider Crab. "(Macrocheira kaempferi), is a very leggy deep-sea arthropod, and it’s the largest known arthropod. The Japanese spider crab shown—nicknamed Crabzilla. nope that is a nope crab it is called the nope crab

Goblin sharks (Mitsukurina owstoni) live at depths of about 100 m (330 ft) in the Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. They can be found much deeper, as far as 200m below the surface. They're the sole surviving species of the family Mitsukurina, a lineage that has existed for more than 125 million years.  They can grow up to 3.30 metres long and weigh up to 195 kg.

MFS-Strange but TRUE The goblin shark, Mitsukurina owstoni, is a deep-sea shark, the sole living species in the family Mitsukurinidae.

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