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SEA DEVILS FROM THE DEEP

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Devilfish and Sea Devils. These frightening fish swim in the waters of the deep and their methods of hunting and reproduction are pretty unique. Find out more about what’s lurking in the depths. If you want to dig deeper into everything about deep-sea anglerfish I recommend trying to get your hands on a copy of Theodore W. Pietsch’s Book…Oceanic Anglerfishes: Extraordinary Diversity in the Deep Sea. Supporting Media Video: Anglerfish Specimen Footage: Natural History Museum https://goo.gl/EzW4ic Black Sea Devil in Ocean Footage: MBARI https://goo.gl/b4edGu Whipnose Angler Footage: WHOI Photos: 1. Black Seadevil: Jan Yde Poulsen 2. Reddish Seadevil: Theodore W. Pietsch 3. Bioluminescent Bacteria: Ákos Maróy 4. Sea Devil Lure: BMC/American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists 5. Sea Devil w/ Parasitic Male 1: Theodore W. Pietsch 6. Sea Devil w/ Parasitic Male 2: ANFC/CSIRO 7. Male Anglerfish: Museum of Comparative Zoology/Harvard University 8. Anglerfish w/Parasitic Male: Museum of Comparative Zoology/Harvard University 9. Sea Devil w/ Parasitic Male: Edith Widder/EOL 10-18. Variety of Sea Devil Species: Theodore W. Pietsch 19. Whipnose Angler: Museum of Comparative Zoology/Harvard University