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Uploaded on Nov 8, 2011
This is the start of a few series I will make in the next years called Creatures from Hell presenting weird creatures around the world. Hope you enjoy this and subscribe!
DESCRIPTION AND MORE INFO (in order):
Gulper Eel: The Gulper Eel has an elongate body with a luminous organ at the end of the tail. The eyes are tiny and close to the snout. The Gulper Eel grows to 80cm in length. Its major food items are crustaceans, but it also feeds on fishes, cephalopods and other invertebrates. Found in all of the world's tropical and temperate oceans at depths ranging from 500 to 6,000 feet depth on the ocean.
"Black" Sea devil: Sea devils are characterised by a gelatinous, mostly scaleless body; a large head, and generous complement of menacingly large, sharp, glassy fang-like teeth lining the jaws of a oblique mouth. These teeth are depressible and present only in females. Like other anglerfish, black seadevils possess the "fishing rod". Adults have been trawled from as deep as 3,000 metres (9,900 feet), larvae appear to remain in the upper 100 metres (330 feet) of the water column and gradually descend with maturity. Found in north-western Europe, eastern North America, Africa and the Far East oceans.