Top 5 Deep Sea Creature Caught on Tape

We all know that about 71 percent of the Earth’s surface is covered by water This is a significant mass as compared to what we have under land

Of course this may have reduced due to the effects of global warming but the fact remains that a great percentage of the earth is under water This being the case, we have decided to try and dig the undersea to find out what type of creatures actually exist in there that we may not have seen or known about So here are 5 Sea Creatures You Won't Believe Actually Exist! Lets begin! 5 Sea Pig The sea pig actually just looks like a pig They are mainly found in the deep seas and have a pinkish appearance just like the pigs

They have 5 to 8 pairs of legs that inflate and deflate under the water to help them float or sink in water They also have pairs of tentacles on the head that help with its sensory functions and also for walking purposes And as you probably didnt know, the ring of feeding tentacles on its mouth help it to feed on mud from under sea 4 Black Swallower The Black Swallower was named as such due to its characteristic feeding style

It is mainly found in tropical and subtropical seas and loves to feed on bony fishes It is said that the black swallower has the capability of swallowing prey that is twice as big as its very own head This is made possible by the fact that its lower jaw can protrude past the upper jaw It attacks its prey by tail and swallows it whole before the prey has enough time to say “spare me” The structure of this unique creature is such that the stomach is its greatest characteristic

3 Pyura Chilensis The Pyura Chilensis is one of the strangest creatures ever found under water From its appearance, you can barely determine the head from the body It in fact looks like it is just a huge mass of organs that have been lamped together and all you have to do is get the organs out and eat it And yes, it is actually a favorite delicacy in several parts of this world

You will be amazed at the things people eat in this world By looking at this strange creature, one can easily confuse it to a rock The skin looks purely like a sea rock which is why it is sometimes referred to as a Living Rock 2 Colossal Squid The colossal squid is just as the name suggests

It is extremly huge Many of you might have heard of the giant squid but the colossal squid is bigger than the giant squid Actually, it could be the size of a bus It has huge arms and tentacles that are lined with teeth and are used to chew on prey The limbs have three pointed hooks that are definitely used as a weapon in cases of sudden emergency

The body of this creature is even bigger with a stout and strong appearance It is capable of even scarring the giant sperm whales So next time you think of venturing under sea, think of the colossal squid 1 Lamprey The lamprey is among the strangest under sea creature that will definitely surprise you

This is because of its unique characteristics that range from queer feeding habits to insane survival tactics For those of you who have watched “Dreamcatcher”, this animal could easily pass as the elder brother of the warm-like creature that killed Beaver The lamprey has no jaw and has a funnel-like mouth that has plenty of teeth around it It uses this to attack prey and suck blood off of it While plenty of these species have parasitic characteristics, they do not feed as adults but instead depend on the larvae that lives inside their bodies

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How to Tie the Clouser Minnow Fly – Saltwater and fresh water streamer fly

Today we are going to tie the Clouser minnow arguably one of the most popular and versatile streamer patterns ever made Originally created back in the 80's by Bob Clouser, a legendary fly tier, instructor and fisherman We will start by wrapping our thread halfway to the bend of the hook Prepare your hook for tying in a dumbbell eye Select the dumbbell size

Smaller dumbbells will allow the fly to sink slower, larger eyes will sink faster The choice is up to you Tie in your dumbbell For more detailed information on tying in dumbbells properly, click the video link above Now cut and prepare your buck-tail (for more information on preparing bucktail, click the video link above) The thickness of your buck tail will depend on how bushy or thin you want your fly I am using about a half of a pencil thickness To tie in your bucktail easily, make two loose wraps, then tighten the thread

Make sure the bucktail is sitting on top of the hook, and not covering the eye of the hook Make a few wraps to lock the bucktail in place Now pull your bucktail tight, and wrap behind the dumbbells and to about half way to the bend of the hook We will now be tying on the other side, so flip your fly over in the vice Measure another chunk of bucktail, and prepare it for tying in When tying in, make sure the bucktail is sitting on top of the hook Now we will tie in a bit of flash

I am going to use a chartreuse krystal flash I tie in the flash at the center of the bunch Then pull the other side over, and lock it into place Now we will tie in the back color bucktail after preparing it In this case I am using chartreuse It is important to prepare this clump properly or you will not get a nice tapered head on your fly Refer to my "preparing bucktail" video link at the top if you do not already know how to do this

We will want to build a nice tapered head on the fly, and cover all the bucktail tightly Now we can whip finish the fly While not 100% necessary, to finish this fly, I like to add a bit of Epoxy In this case I am using UV curing epoxy because its much easier than the mixing stuff Make sure that the threads are covered completely before curing You can also add a drop of super glue, or paint on some head cement But I find epoxy looks nicer, and is more durable

This fly is one of those flies that is almost always in my box They are great for fishing most saltwater, and fresh water fish It really is one of the most versatile streamer patterns ever created If you like this sorta thing, subscribe to my channel And leave your questions in the comment section below Now get off your butt and go catch some fish!

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世界十大恐怖魚類《深海怪物 Deep sea monster 》 terrible marine fish Top 10 – 玩咖アニメ

The world's top ten terrible marine fish 10鮟鱇魚(Scientific name:Lophiiformes,English:Anglerfish, Monkfish) Also known as: Melanocetus johnsonii Is a Backbone Fish Living in the waters of 3 to 300 meters deep not good at swimming, often use dorsal fin crawling There are sharp and tilted teeth So that prey cannot escape Dorsal fins evolved into luminous fishing rods, and millions of luminous bacteria on the rod Female Anglerfish is a few hundred times that of men A female Anglerfish can let more than one male Anglerfish parasitic The male can be seen as Female body of the genitals Finally evolved into a female body of the mea This is a kind of abdominal prominence Looks like an ax fish Small size, group life Can jump out of the water with strong muscle strength Fast swing pectoral fins Can fly like a hummingbird Also known as sad fish Mainly in southeastern Australia, the depth of up to 800 meters deep sea areas Was chosen as the ugliest animal, so burst red Blobfish are gel-like and can grow to about 30 cm Body density is lower than seawater Can easily float from the sea In recent years due to deep sea fishing Blobfish threatens the threat of extinction Also known as: 水虎魚或比拉魚Growing in the Amazon basin of South America Usually eat other fish Hunger will attack the large animals around Often for groups of foraging A group of up to hundreds of pieces Often just a few minutes, the prey only surplus bones Mostly appear in the depth of 600 to 1000 meters Body length of about 1

5 meters, shaped like eel, there are water holes Pregnancy for up to 1 to 2 years Each child can only produce 8 to 12 small sharks The teeth are trident Mandibular opening and closing flexible Fish and other sharks are the main food Can prey swallow the whole, is a ferocious predator Also known as: 食人魔魚;Latin name:Anoplogaster World vote, one of the ugliest animals Live in 5000 meters deep tropical and cold temperate waters Can grow to about 15 cm Juvenile fish eat crustaceans Adult fish eat fish They are deep sea One of the deepest inhabitants Uranoscopidae family, eyes above the head Like to live in Coastal sandy mud or gravel beach Only exposed mouth and eyes, stop moving, waiting for hunting Once the prey, immediately swallowed the abdomen Mostly distributed in the tropics, brine and fresh water at the junction Size about 30 cm Like to hide in the seabed or rocky rock, disguised as a stone If someone stepped on them Its toxicity can cause severe pain and death Also known as:波紋鸚鯛、波紋唇魚、蘇眉魚、拿破崙魚、龍王鯛 Protected by "CONVENTION ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN ENDANGERED SPECIES OF WILD FAUNA AND FLORA" (CITES) Juveniles often habitat in the shallow water inside the reef plate Adult fish often appear in the deep sea area outside the reef area The crustaceans and molluscs as the main food 05 Is the highest level of fish in the food chain of tropical coral reefs Distributed in the Western Atlantic area, habitat depth of 1-50 meters Whole body is dark green to brown, body length up to 250 cm For benthic fish, living in coral reefs and mangrove waters Crustaceans and fish as food, but the body is huge and aggressive

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Myrtle Beach Fishing | Fishing Myrtle Beach

North Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters is private fishing charter that provides backwater, inshore, offshore, gulf stream, and deep sea fishing for up to six 6 anglers for each boat The services of North Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters comprise of three offshore boats between 26 and 34 feet

The backwater and inshore boats of the company range from 22 to 24 feet bay boats North Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters specializes in Light Tackle Fishing and only make use of the highest quality Penn reels and rods Includes fishing licenses, tackle, bait and ice for their clients In addition, the company operates their fishing charters out of Grand Stand and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina region North Myrtle Beach Fishing Charters invites the entire family to explore their services and have fun in their offered fishing charters from their home base located at the Snooky's Restaurant & Tiki Bar and Cricket Cove Marina 4495 Baker Street Little River, South Carolina

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Do I need a saltwater or freshwater license?

So a common question that FWC gets asked is when to use a saltwater fishing license or a freshwater fishing license So if you are fishing in brackish water, for example, and you catch a freshwater species, you would need a freshwater fishing license to keep that fish

You may catch red drum in brackish water for instance, which is considered saltwater so therefore you would need a saltwater fishing license For more information or for clarification you can visit MyFWCcom/Fishing

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Deep Sea Fishing, Mexico

Say Hi The fish will say "it's shiny" Desayuno Desayuno? uuuhh, shiny, uh brillante It hurts my hip "uh huh" is Madrie up here? We got a long ways to go Give it the biggest pull all the way back Yeah, there ya go Alright Yeah gettin' close Mama's gonna catch a feesh I might need some help "you got it" reel that back, er, hold this one here? gettin' close? pull him away from the propeller "Come on, fish" *devilish laugh* "Are they good to eat?" Those are red meat You can eat it "We might as well at least try it" "You were close" I'm tirin' out Do you want it? oh, I gave him some slack yeah, he's right here Straight down "Alright" "Look at that" "good job, Marc" let me get okay, here we go "Don't let him fall" *SHRIEK* "Picture time" Okay "Alright" I'M HAVIN' FISH TONIGHT" "Are these boobies?" more like purple There we go Pick it up and put it back down in the same spot "That's it"

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Do I need a saltwater or freshwater license?

So a common question that FWC gets asked is when to use a saltwater fishing license or a freshwater fishing license So if you are fishing in brackish water, for example, and you catch a freshwater species, you would need a freshwater fishing license to keep that fish

You may catch red drum in brackish water for instance, which is considered saltwater so therefore you would need a saltwater fishing license For more information or for clarification you can visit MyFWCcom/Fishing

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Discover Documentary #5 | Deep Sea

[MUSIC PLAYING] [PURRING] [GASPING] The world we live in is pretty weird It's filled with things you never see coming

Make America great again But most of the Earth's surface is ocean So what's going on down there? [MUSIC PLAYING] Museums Victoria has two collections filled with creatures from the deep– ichthyology, or fish, and marine invertebrates These collections are filled with creatures that rarely see the light of day And for deep sea animals, we mean that literally

Mel Mackenzie manages the marine invertebrates collection It's made up of specimens collected from the shallows to the deepest oceans Animals in marine environments, just like animals in terrestrial environments, are adapted to all sorts of different habitats The difference is, in the ocean, you've got to think about extra things like depth You're thinking about darkness

You're thinking about pressure And of course, you've got to breathe water Just because an invertebrate lacks a backbone doesn't mean it's not ambitious Many have adapted to life in the deep in extraordinary ways Sea cucumbers are actually my favourite animals

And my favourite of the sea cucumber is the sea pig Not maybe so pretty to look at here, but they're absolutely gorgeous when they're under the ocean It has a little feeding tentacles So it kind of is like a vacuum cleaner of the ocean So it picks up the food with its tentacles and feeds itself

And then it churns through those nutrients for all the other animals in the ocean Of course, when we're talking about oceans, there are plenty more fish in the sea Meet Martin Gomon, senior curator in ichthyology Some of the deep sea fish in here are the stuff of nightmares But they're real

Probably best known to many of the people as far as deep sea fishes go are the predators called deep sea anglerfishes Deep sea anglerfishes are probably best characterised by their enormous mouths filled with huge, fang-like teeth and the fishing rod tipped with a luminous lure [MUSIC PLAYING] When we think about the words "ocean" and "predator," one fish comes to mind But life and death are very different in the deep sea Meet the viperfish

This jar has one of the top-level predators in the deep sea The viperfish has some of the largest teeth of all of the primary predators in the deep sea One of the misperceptions that people have about the deep sea is that it's full of giant animals In reality, most of the animals that live in the deep sea are quite small It's said that we know more about the moon than the deep sea

And while these animals seem strange, the deep sea is actually the most common habitat on Earth Perhaps that makes us the weird ones [MUSIC PLAYING]

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