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Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Sightings of Black Seadevil fish

In the dark waters of the California Coast, There are live the fish with a terrible appearance. Creatures that have not been understood where throughout history it caught by the camera only six times. More recently, the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) managed to record the species of anglerfish.
Anglerfish uses luminescent tip at the end of its “fishing pole” to entice prey. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1uL6vWB)
According to MBARI, the angler fish is very rarely observed in their natural habitat which is attached at a depth of 2,000 feet or 609 meters below sea level in Monterey Canyon. And this is the first image and video footage that shows the female 'Black seadevil' fish.

Dr. Bruce Robinson of MBARI describe that the anglerfish is "one of the most rarely seen fish in the sea." Thus quoted from CNN, on Monday, November 24, 2014. Although the appearance looks threatening, with pointy teeth and terrible fangs, fish in the video only has a length of 3.5 inches or less than 9 cm. Small but terrible fish is called 'Black seadevil' as a way of eating. It uses the tip protruding fangs and put out light to attract prey.
The mysterious anglerfish was featured in a scene in “Finding Nemo”. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1uL6vWB)
Then they grabbed the prey - small fish or squid, with a long, sharp teeth. The fish was ever shown in the 'Finding Nemo' cartoon movie, in which cartoon characters of Nemo and Dory attracted by the flickering light and almost be its prey. To capture the picture of this creatures, MBARI team uses the Doc Ricketts, the robotic sub which operated using the remote.
"This means we 'run' the robot through the water on a series of different depths (10 minutes duration at each depth) and calculate all kinds of animals that we see," said Kim Fulton-Bennett, MBARI spokesman.

The findings of 'Black seadevil', according to scientists, suggesting that the sea which still holds many mysteries. There are still a lot of fish and other creatures that we do not know. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | GRINDTV]
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