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Blobfish - Found in the deep seas off the coast of Australia, the Blobfish is as lethargic as it looks and sounds. While this aquatic being may look like something out of a horror film, there’s no need to be scared because it’s essentially a floating gelatinous mass with very little muscle. The comatose creature doesn’t even bother to swim; it simply swallows whatever drifts by its mouth, making it even more sloth-like than an actual sloth.

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from The Telegraph

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Luminous creatures: Glowing deep sea creatures photographed by Joshua Lambus - Telegraph

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"Sea Dragons are arguably the most spectacular and mysterious of all ocean fish. Though close relatives of sea horses, sea dragons have larger bodies and leaf-like appendages which enable them to hide among floating seaweed or kelp beds. " I love these guys so much!!

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Into The Blue ><For me, a non-swimmer this is probably the only way i'll see one of these. However; medical science has determine that within the jelly-fish there is an enzyme that boosts brain power. They have it on the market already and it's called Prevalen or ' Prevage, one or the other. It's an over-the-counter item.

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Strange creatures of the sea… Well these are where my nightmares will be coming from for the next while. Why do these exist!
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Strange creatures of the sea…

Strange creatures of the sea… Well these are where my nightmares will be coming from for the next while. Why do these exist!

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