We’ve only explored a small portion of the ocean and found many interesting, unusual underwater creatures. Here you’ll find more than 7 of the strangest world records. Have a look and wonder. The words are haunting, but not for nothing. They describe the experience when seeing them in a way that is truly breathtaking. These can be described in words like: “really amazing,” and “amazing,” that all adequately convey the feeling of awe.
Halitrephes Massi Jellyfish
This is because of the brightly-colored body of the creature, which it’s so nice, it’s often called a “rainbow tipped” jellyfish. This is due to its multicolored properties that are reminiscent of a rainbow, Insect bites and stings can be rough on the skin, but they’re often similar to a mosquito bite and the tiny marks left by the stinger tend to last for a few hours. They first turn red, then yellow or blue or purple. This jellyfish will release ink to make their predator lose track of them. The way the ink works is usually to distract predators–Especially the ones you know to be aggressive & resourceful.
The blob sculpin is a deep-sea bottom-feeder– which was illustrated by its permanently unhappy expression. They actually do an exceptional job of fanning their eggs so they’re safe from sand, which makes them a unique species. Deep-sea fish are usually not very attentive to the comfort and happiness of their offspring, but these fish seem to have a different outlook on life.
Apple Tree Worms
Apple tree worms have a distinct appearance but they serve the same function as a human hand, that is to say that their presence near coral reefs suggests there is food nearby. And like our hands, they use their tentacles to grab what they need & move it to their nest where the food is consumed by the worms.
IIf you ever go diving or snorkeling in the Caribbean, you’ll find that clown frogfish are among the many species of marine life amidst the bright colors of coral. These fish are highly proficient at camouflage, but it does take them about 2 weeks to change into a new shape. You can usually find these sparsely distributed fish around 1-2 feet below the, they might eat food that is more than 10 cm long – or less, depending on their species
Adult Fangtooths have the largest teeth of any fish in the ocean. They’re only six inches long, but that can still hurt if you run into one while snorkeling or diving. Fangoose teeth are so big, they can literally strip a person of their skin and flesh. But don’t worry, you have a low chance of running into one of these fish. They live in the deep sea six inches long and only come out when hidden in the plants.
One of the more unusual creatures we found was the gulper eel, which doesn’t resemble its namesake in any way. These creatures aren’t actually related to any eels and can be found at depths of 10,000 feet beneath the surface.
If you thought that humans couldn’t do deep-sea diving, you were wrong. There’s a woman who can descend 1,000 feet underwater and stay down for hours. She’s collected specimens & data there.
It’s not just anglerfish that are scary on the outside but actually harmless in the inside. There is no need to fear any fish, because none of them are dangerous. They are all trying to do their best with what little food is available and avoid being eaten by other predators.
The red handfish is quite unusual, not only because they look like hands, but also because they “walk” along the seabed with their fins. They are considered to be the rarest fish in existence with less than 100 left worldwide. This year, 40 of them were successfully introduced to fresh water to continue their survival.
Terrible Claw Lobster
When the Philippine Star newspaper speaks of “claw crabs,” they call them ” .. with its distinctive red eyes, black and white striped exoskeleton and two huge pincers, the claw crab is instantly recognizable.” The blind salamander is only an inch long and, as a result, it can’t even see any predators that might want to eat it. This makes it more vulnerable than most other salamanders.
Most people don’t know how deep many sharks can go. There are some exceptions, but the frilled shark is one of them, typically found in shallow water. And it’s considered a “living fossil” because of its ancient lineage that dates back to millions of years ago.” It’s described as a “living fossil” because it hasn’t changed much over tens of millions of years. It’s frequently sighted on dive tours, since it is tame and will interact with humans.
You might think this is a boring, plain old seaweed but in reality, it’s an interesting looking kelp leaf found in the southern and western coast of Australia. Even though they’re nicknamed “kelp leaves,” they’re actually the marine emblem of South Australia. Even though they may seem like an ordinary weed, their dull green color doesn’t make them boring after all. They’re full of secrets!