Linn Helen Skrokbæk

Linn Helen Skrokbæk

Linn Helen Skrokbæk
More ideas from Linn Helen
What Your Favorite Animal Says About You

Today is There are around 300 recognized species of octopuses in the world. They make up around one-third of our planet's known cephalopod population. Do you have a favourite species?

The humpback anglerfish or common black devil, Melanocetus johnsonii, is a deep-sea anglerfish in the family Melanocetidae, found in tropical to temperate parts of all oceans at depths of up to 2,000 meters (6,600 feet). Its length is up to 3 centimeters (1.2 inches) for males and up to 20 centimeters (8 inches) for females.

(Photo by Mark Laita) The humpback anglerfish, or common black devil (Melanocetus johnsonii) is a deep-sea anglerfish in the family Melanocetidae, known as the Black seadevils. The humpback anglerfish.

deep-sea anglerfish. Jaw and body does not move when it swims, but jaw can detach and stomach can extend. Fish moves from side to side to swim. Highlight its WEIRDNESS. I don't think it matters that it's a female. Use light fixture to taunt. Sometimes it falls down, gets in the way.

The Angler Fish is a member of the teleost order Lophiiformes. These are skinny fishes named for their distinctive style of predation, in which a fleshy growth from the head of the fish functions as a lure. The Angler Fish is also prominent