They are the opaque creature that lives beyond 2500 feet and sometimes-on seafloor.
They have a bell structure with a diameter of 2-3 centimeter.
The bell is of reddish opaque color to hide eaten luminous prey to make them safe from predators.
They have 1500 red tentacles to move. They eat Preys like crustaceans and foraminiferans.
Their body structure is like Gelatin.
They have a luminous body which helps them in dispersing lights coming from its body.
Their name came from the presence of comblike plates in their body to help in movement.
They are extra greedy for food, so they hunt and eat their fellow comb jellies as prey.
They have transparent heads filled with fluids and flat fins.
These fluids and fins help them to stay still and move accurately in the dark sea.
They are often harmful due to oversized teeth and the look of a dragon-like face.
Their body is wrapped by slippery and slimy skin which gives the look of an eel.
Their length is 6 inches from the mouth part to the back.
Their body produces a luminescent glow to communicate with other fish and disguise prey and possible predators.
Their body is skinny and bioluminescent which gives them a metallic look to a shiny scale.
Bioluminescent helps them to adjust brightness and to disguise prey and possible predators.
They are found below sea surface at 5,000 feet deep.
Its name comes after Disney's favorite character, Dumbo octopus.
It is found 9,800 meters below the mariana trench.
Their length is about 8-12 inches.
They swim by flapping their ears in the deep ocean.
They are undeniably lethal creatures because they swallow their prey in one big gulp.
Their name came from the presence of 6-7 frilled gills in their body.
Their body structure is round-like and has a flattened head.
Their location is 4,000 feet below the surface of the Mariana Trench.
They contain 300 teeth that could tear any animal's body if they come near them.