At least it wasn’t annihilated. Somehow.
When you live for centuries, you collect a few secrets.
Can you guess where it lives and what it does?
It’d rather not end up a literal angel, if that’s okay with you.
So much so you can cut yourself on it.
A shark that acts like a whale gets the worst of both worlds. Sigh.
First the stripe, then the behaviour. Will nothing convince you it’s crazy?
…You mean Hollywood lied to us?!
The Xingu river ray is the Amazon’s high-tech hover ship. Just mind the weapon system.
The umbrella conger eel doesn’t look like its name, but it’s well covered. From scrutiny, anyway.
It seems a bit unfair calling this a “rat-tail” fish when it clearly just has a thin, tapering tail. But …
Its other names range from the cool ”fire fish” and “fan dancer” to the decidedly rubbish “turkeyfish”, but the PR’s …
It might sound like a make of car, but it’s actually a fish. It does have a cool racing stripe …
My last two posts have had a bit too much sexy talk, so here’s the goblin shark to put an …
This Dalí-painting escapee lives up to 5.4 km* (3 miles) under the ocean in the abyssal zone, where it’s pitch …
The oarfish was definitely named after the wrong kind of “oar”.
No, the devil fish’s eyes aren’t comically popping out, they’re just fins.
For the altum angelfish, kissing is their combat!