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World's Most Unusual Fish

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Rated 0 points - posted 7 years ago by laura1147 in category Science.
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Glass Squid Report Abuse
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Vampire Squid Report Abuse
These squids are entirely covered in photophores, which are light producing organs. The squid is capable of producing disorienting flashes of lights with them for up to several minutes.
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Blue-Ringed Octopus Report Abuse
This octopus is the size of a golf ball, with venom powerful enough to kill humans. There is no known antidote. Plus they have cool looking blue rings all over their bodies.
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Pacific Black dragon Report Abuse
Females are about two feet, while males are about three inches. Males have no teeth or stomach. Since they are unable to eat they live only long enough to mate.
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Viperfish Report Abuse
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Pelican Eel Report Abuse
This creature has a massive mouth that is much larger than and disproportionate to the rest of its body.
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Ocean Sunfish Report Abuse
Heaviest bony fish in the world, with an average weight of 1,000 kg.
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Football Fish Report Abuse
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Giant Squid Report Abuse
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Monkey Fish Report Abuse
Besides being hideously ugly, this fish is also an anglerfish which is nifty. The only edible parts of it are the liver and it’s muscular tail, which is considered a delicacy.
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Stonefish Report Abuse
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Anglerfish Report Abuse
A bright light on a long stalk is used by female anglerfish as a lure to catch prey. Males are small parasites attached to the females. They lose first their eyes, then organs, then lives over time. A female is featured in Finding Nemo.
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