If you like fishing, you should be ready for different, unexpected surprises. These creatures were either caught by fishermen or thrown ashore. These animals can be seen rarely in the natural habitat, since they live at a depth away from human eyes. And when we meet with them, they seem quite frightening.
Strange creatures from the bottom of the ocean.
1. The goblin shark
This scary-looking shark was caught by fishermen outside of Australia on the south coast of New South Wales.
A shark-goblin, can be seen rarely on the surface, since they live at a depth of about 1200 meters under the water.
2. Giant oarfish usually swim about 3,000 feet below the surface.
This huge fish reminds a snake…from the very deep water
A number of them was thrown ashore on the beaches of California during last 5 years.
3. Two mouths fish
This fish with two mouths was discovered by a fisherman in the south of Australia.
4. This is a frilled shark found by a fisherman in Australia.
It is one of the oldest animals that existed 80 million years ago.
5. This human teeth-having nightmare is from the water of South America. They’re rumored have attacked men’s testicles before.
This scary fish was caught in Michigan, USA.
6. This jumble of nightmares is a single basket starfish found by a fisherman near Singapore.
Although the creature is more like an alien, it is a snake-tail, called the head of the Gorgon.
7. The biggest jellyfish in the world.
From time to time the jellyfish throws the jellyfish, but it is rare enough to see the biggest jellyfish in the world that reaches 2.4 meters in diameter.
8. This evil-looking lancet fish was found off the coast of North Carolina.
The aptly named megamouth shark is a rare sight. This one was caught in a net in the Philippines.
9. This strange shark washed ashore in the Philippines.
The shark had a tail of 4.5 meters in length. Pelagic big-mouthed shark is a very rare species, and for all time it was found only about 60 representatives.
10. The Montauk Monster mysteriously washed up on the shores of Long Island in 2009.
Experts have since claimed it’s a waterlogged raccoon.
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