6th February, 2024
A living fossil with a nightmarish grin, this prehistoric shark boasts a flat snout, protruding teeth, and a bioluminescent "flashlight" for ambushing prey.
Don't let the name fool you! This mesmerizing cephalopod emits a red bioluminescent "cape" when threatened, creating a stunning light show.
Talk about an underbite! This fish has dagger-like teeth that protrude even when its mouth is closed, perfectly adapted for ambushing prey in the abyss.
This translucent marvel has an upward-facing mouth and bioluminescent patches on its underside, blending seamlessly with sunlight filtering from above. Is it predator or prey? You decide!
A living reminder of dinosaurs? This eel-like shark has rows of needle-like teeth and a long, eel-like body, giving it an otherworldly look..
Don't judge a fish by its cover (or lack thereof). This deep-sea dweller's gelatinous body can withstand immense pressure, but its unfortunate face has made it an internet icon.
The largest invertebrate on Earth, this squid can grow to 43 feet long and has tentacular strength that could crush a submarine..
As adorable as its namesake, this deep-sea dweller uses fin-like "ears" and bioluminescent "flares" to navigate the darkness in style.
This pelican-like fish has a massive pouch that can swallow prey several times its own size. Its distended body earned it the nickname "living pelican eel."
Forget fins, this fish "walks" on the seabed using its modified fins, searching for small crustaceans to munch on.