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What's the first thing you think of when someone mentions the Ocean? Sharks, dolphins? If you expand your imagination and look a little deeper down, where the water is colder and the rays of the sun become non-existent, what you find is quite... Crazy. If you think not, take a look at 15 of these creatures below the oceans depths and become intrigued by it all.

A six-week voyage into the deep seas of the Atlantic Ocean has yielded 10 possible new species which have revolutionised thinking about deep-sea life

Feather Star

Feather Star

Leafy sea dragon... These guys (and the weedy sea dragon) are my favorite Ocean-dwellers!

And Utterly Amazing! :D I love the fact that they call them "Leafy" Sea Dragons!

Oceans | Océanos - #Oceans - #Sea

Marine Sea Anemone Photo Gallery

Beautiful sea anemone photos to identify the wide variety of these stinging animals that are popularly kept in saltwater aquariums and reef tanks.

Arlene Wechezak of Anacortes, Wash., took second place with her up-close image of branching red alga, showing the tiny plant's reproductive tetraspores and golden diatoms.

Award-Winning Microscope Images

Red algae Scagelia, showing reproductive tetraspores and golden diatoms, by Arlene Wechezak, from Anacortes, Washington Life in miniature: The incredible 'dancing' microscopic creatures one photographer found in his garden pond

Moments of Delight...Anne Reeves

A little delight for you each day - photographs, thoughts and ideas from Anne Reeves.

Inside the White Sea Biological Station is an unlikely photo studio where Alexander Semenov, 25, is sharing his stunning photographs of arctic sea creatures with the global online community. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Inside the White Sea Biological Station is an unlikely photo studio where Alexander Semenov, 25, is sharing his stunning photographs of arctic sea creatures with the global online community. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

THIS EXISTS!!! Hairy Frogfish

Its name is Striated Frogfish (Antennarius striatus) a. the Hairy Frogfish (guess why…). With hundreds of hair-like appendages on its body, this subtropical frogfish looks like a muppet.

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