This creature was found 6900 feet deep in the ocean. It’s a Deepsea Lizardfish, also called a Bathysaurus Ferox.
It is the world’s deepest living superpredator; anything it meets, it eats, including individuals of its own kind.
This frightening creature has both male and female organs.
Razor sharp fangs can be found on this fish’s jaws, and even its tongue – a clear warning to stay away.
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