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7 Most Awkward Underwater Creatures



October 1st, 2013 by in Animals with 1,379 Views

If you thought people were ugly, you clearly haven’t been under water. Once hit below 20,000 leagues (whatever that even means) you start finding some real creeps. These little devils all actually exist on the same planet as us, so keep that in mind while you’re reading

The Tonguefish

Why are tonguefish the most optimistic fish? Because they’re always looking up! I’m sorry, that was a bad joke. But seriously, their eyes are on top of their head. That’s weird.

The Viperfish

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Okay, here’s the thing about this fish. It’s scary looking. I mean, look at it. The fact that I share a planet with this thing is disturbing. Moving beyond that, it has a natural light on it fin that lures in prey. So cute little Nemo is swimming around the ocean, sees a cool light, goes near it and well, you can guess the rest. So sad…

 The Gulper Eel

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The Gulper Eel lives very deep in the ocean. 10,000 feet deep. That means you and I can’t live there because the pressure would kill us. Also we couldn’t breathe. Anyway this little guy is basically like a head with a tail. It kinda looks like one of those enemies you’d kill in a science fiction shooter. Unfortunately it doesn’t eat humans, which makes it like half as cool.

Chondrocladia Lyra

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Want to know something cool about this species? It’s new. Like, it’s just recently been discovered by some guys like 11,000 feet deep in the ocean. How often does that happen? The other cool thing about this guy is that it eats things. Like, living things. Coral doesn’t usually do that. Apparently it eats small crustaceans, but I wouldn’t put it past this guy to eat a human being. Oh yeah, one last thing about him. The little pods on top of its branches are filled with sperm. Neat.

The Dumbo Octopus

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This is the Dumbo Octopus, or as scientists like myself refer to them as, Grimpoteuthis. People call him the Dumbo Octopus because he’s a big dummy! Just kidding, it has something to do with some Disney movie I haven’t seen.

The Giant Isopod

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Ever wondered what ticks would be like if they were the size of footballs? Yeah, well let’s look at The Giant Isopod. Imagine this thing crawling on you, ughhh. I would die. Whoever is the brave soul who picked this beast up for a picture deserves a medal or something.

The Goblin Shark

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Dear lord look at that thing. It’s got a face only a mother can love. This is a species of shark known as a “living fossil”. That basically just means it looks super awkward and most of the species that it looks similar to have been dead for a while now. These things are rare, but they still exist: swimming in our ocean, creeping out other fish, probably breathing out of its mouth.

  • chris j

    Word is bond

  • http://www.interesting6.com/ Michael Six

    I need to hide one of those giant IsoPod’s in my girlfriends car!

  • Geofrey Bett

    They are very scary,my question…do they exist?I would wish to come across one of these underwater creatures.
    I like watching scary creatures like snakes etc

  • MD Golam Rabbani

    A lot’s of animal live under water. Some of them are small and some of them are big. We don’t know all of them. Obviously all of them looks ugly.

  • ed pierce

    That isopod is sick and the goblin shark isn’t much better! There is so much at the bottom of the ocean that we will never get to see.

  • BoNiMoNsTeR

    Don’t get the giant IsoPod!!!!… the IsoPod 2S is coming out in December

  • Sakil Hossen

    The Goblin Shark is the great pick. I mean I’ve never seen such kinda shark before. It’s a ugly and the most dangerous looking one.