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Slender Hatchetfish (Argyropelecus affinis) deep sea, San Clemente Basin, California  -  Norbert Wu
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00135269 Slender Hatchetfish (Argyropelecus affinis) deep sea, San Clemente Basin, California© Norbert Wu
Slender Hatchetfish (Argyropelecus affinis) cleared and stained to show bones (Red) and cartilage (Blue) deep sea  -  Norbert Wu
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00135254 Slender Hatchetfish (Argyropelecus affinis) cleared and stained to show bones (Red) and cartilage (Blue) deep sea© Norbert Wu
Slender Hatchetfish (Argyropelecus affinis) cleared and stained to show bones (Red) and cartilage (Blue) deep sea  -  Norbert Wu
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00135253 Slender Hatchetfish (Argyropelecus affinis) cleared and stained to show bones (Red) and cartilage (Blue) deep sea© Norbert Wu
Slender Hatchetfish (Argyropelecus affinis) eyes look up, light plates on body counter illuminate creating no shadow, deep sea  -  Norbert Wu
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00135247 Slender Hatchetfish (Argyropelecus affinis) eyes look up, light plates on body counter illuminate creating no shadow, deep sea© Norbert Wu
Red eye medusa (Polyorchis penicillatus) with its feeding tentacles extended to catch planktonic prey. Note that the bell of the jelly has hitchhiking amphipods (Hyperia medusarum). Browning Pass, Van...
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90720271 Red eye medusa (Polyorchis penicillatus) with its feeding tentacles extended to catch planktonic prey. Note that the bell of the jelly has hitchhiking amphipods (Hyperia medusarum). Browning Pass, Van...© Alex Mustard,Alex Mustard
Paper argonaut (Argonauta sp) Gulf of Mexico, deep sea species  -  David Shale/ npl
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90158658 Paper argonaut (Argonauta sp) Gulf of Mexico, deep sea species© David Shale / NPL
Deepsea fish {Paraliparis sp.) North East, Atlantic Ocean off Cape Verde Islands depth 700-1000m  -  David Shale/ npl
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90031596 Deepsea fish {Paraliparis sp.) North East, Atlantic Ocean off Cape Verde Islands depth 700-1000m© David Shale / NPL
Copepod (Sapphirina sali), a deepsea species, Atlantic Ocean  -  Solvin Zankl/ npl
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00422824 Copepod (Sapphirina sali), a deepsea species, Atlantic Ocean© Solvin Zankl/ npl
Deepsea Tripod Fish (Ipnopidae) larva, Palm Beach, Florida
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00640748 Deepsea Tripod Fish (Ipnopidae) larva, Palm Beach, Florida© Steven Kovacs/ Biosphoto
Deepsea Tripod Fish (Ipnopidae) larva, Palm Beach, Florida
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00640747 Deepsea Tripod Fish (Ipnopidae) larva, Palm Beach, Florida© Steven Kovacs/ Biosphoto
Jellynose fish (Ateleopus sp) juvenile, in a soup of plankton, off Anilao, Balayan Bay, Batangas, Philippines, Pacific Ocean.
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90855528 Jellynose fish (Ateleopus sp) juvenile, in a soup of plankton, off Anilao, Balayan Bay, Batangas, Philippines, Pacific Ocean.©
Deepsea jellyfish (Periphylla periphylla) juvenile, jellyfish, Trondheims fjord, Norway, Atlantic ocean
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90845076 Deepsea jellyfish (Periphylla periphylla) juvenile, jellyfish, Trondheims fjord, Norway, Atlantic ocean©
Deepsea jellyfish (Periphylla periphylla) juvenile,  ,Trondheims fjord, Norway, Atlantic ocean
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90845075 Deepsea jellyfish (Periphylla periphylla) juvenile, ,Trondheims fjord, Norway, Atlantic ocean©
Sea elephant (Pterotracheoidea), pelagic marine gastropod mollusc (Oxygyrus keraudreni). Dextrally shelled, pelagic snail, 1 cm in diameter with large eyes and a single swimming fin. Deep sea heteropo...
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90837386 Sea elephant (Pterotracheoidea), pelagic marine gastropod mollusc (Oxygyrus keraudreni). Dextrally shelled, pelagic snail, 1 cm in diameter with large eyes and a single swimming fin. Deep sea heteropo...© Solvin Zankl
Sea butterfly (Cymbulia sp.) originally classed as Pseudothecosomata. Cymbuliidae are pelagic sea snails, marine gastropod molluscs. Atlantic Ocean, close to Cape Verde. Controlled conditions.
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90837385 Sea butterfly (Cymbulia sp.) originally classed as Pseudothecosomata. Cymbuliidae are pelagic sea snails, marine gastropod molluscs. Atlantic Ocean, close to Cape Verde. Controlled conditions.© Solvin Zankl
Juvenile Scalloped ribbonfish (Zu cristatus) Balayan Bay, Batangas, the Philippines.
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90836322 Juvenile Scalloped ribbonfish (Zu cristatus) Balayan Bay, Batangas, the Philippines.© Magnus Lundgren
Scalloped ribbonfish (Zu cristatus) juvenile,Balayan Bay, Batangas, the Philippines.
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90836321 Scalloped ribbonfish (Zu cristatus) juvenile,Balayan Bay, Batangas, the Philippines.© Magnus Lundgren
Scalloped ribbonfish (Zu cristatus) juvenile,Balayan Bay, Batangas, the Philippines.
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90836320 Scalloped ribbonfish (Zu cristatus) juvenile,Balayan Bay, Batangas, the Philippines.© Magnus Lundgren
Jellynose fish (Ateleopus sp) juvenile off Anilao, Balayan Bay, Batangas, Philippines, Pacific Ocean.
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90836319 Jellynose fish (Ateleopus sp) juvenile off Anilao, Balayan Bay, Batangas, Philippines, Pacific Ocean.© Magnus Lundgren
Jellynose fish (Ateleopus sp) juvenile off Anilao, Balayan Bay, Batangas, Philippines, Pacific Ocean.
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90836318 Jellynose fish (Ateleopus sp) juvenile off Anilao, Balayan Bay, Batangas, Philippines, Pacific Ocean.© Magnus Lundgren
Helmet jelly (Periphylla periphylla) juvenile, Trondheim Fjord, Norway, June.  Minimum fees apply.
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90829238 Helmet jelly (Periphylla periphylla) juvenile, Trondheim Fjord, Norway, June. Minimum fees apply.© Magnus Lundgren
Smalltooth sand tiger shark (Odontaspis ferox) swimming over sea floor, small fish in background. El Hierro. Canary Islands.
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90822812 Smalltooth sand tiger shark (Odontaspis ferox) swimming over sea floor, small fish in background. El Hierro. Canary Islands.© Sergio Hanquet
Smalltooth sand tiger shark (Odontaspis ferox) swimming over seabed, small fish swimming in front of nose. El Hierro. Canary Islands.
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90822811 Smalltooth sand tiger shark (Odontaspis ferox) swimming over seabed, small fish swimming in front of nose. El Hierro. Canary Islands.© Sergio Hanquet
Smalltooth sand tiger shark (Odontaspis ferox) with open mouth, view from below. El Hierro. Canary Islands.
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90822810 Smalltooth sand tiger shark (Odontaspis ferox) with open mouth, view from below. El Hierro. Canary Islands.© Sergio Hanquet
Smalltooth sand tiger (Odontaspis ferox) swimming over sea floor, small fish around shark. El Hierro. Canary Islands.
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90822809 Smalltooth sand tiger (Odontaspis ferox) swimming over sea floor, small fish around shark. El Hierro. Canary Islands.© Sergio Hanquet
Smalltooth sand tiger shark (Odontaspis ferox) swimming over sea floor. El Hierro. Canary Islands.
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90822808 Smalltooth sand tiger shark (Odontaspis ferox) swimming over sea floor. El Hierro. Canary Islands.© Sergio Hanquet
Smalltooth sand tiger shark (Odontaspis ferox) swimming over sea floor. El Hierro. Canary Islands.
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90822807 Smalltooth sand tiger shark (Odontaspis ferox) swimming over sea floor. El Hierro. Canary Islands.© Sergio Hanquet
Smalltooth sand tiger shark (Odontaspis ferox) swimming over sea floor, diver in background. El Hierro. Canary Islands.
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90822806 Smalltooth sand tiger shark (Odontaspis ferox) swimming over sea floor, diver in background. El Hierro. Canary Islands.© Sergio Hanquet
Smalltooth sand tiger shark (Odontaspis ferox) swimming in reef, diver in distance. El Hierro. Canary Islands.
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90822805 Smalltooth sand tiger shark (Odontaspis ferox) swimming in reef, diver in distance. El Hierro. Canary Islands.© Sergio Hanquet
Smooth lumpsucker (Aptocyclus ventricosus) male watching over brood of eggs. Female dies after egg laying while male dies once the eggs have hatched. Hokkaido, Japan. May.
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90821115 Smooth lumpsucker (Aptocyclus ventricosus) male watching over brood of eggs. Female dies after egg laying while male dies once the eggs have hatched. Hokkaido, Japan. May.© Tony Wu
Smooth lumpsucker (Aptocyclus ventricosus) juvenile aged one year. Photographed on release into wild, raised at research facility. Hokkaido, Japan. May.
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90821114 Smooth lumpsucker (Aptocyclus ventricosus) juvenile aged one year. Photographed on release into wild, raised at research facility. Hokkaido, Japan. May.© Tony Wu
Smooth lumpsucker (Aptocyclus ventricosus) juvenile aged one year. Photographed on release into wild, raised at research facility. Hokkaido, Japan. May.
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90821113 Smooth lumpsucker (Aptocyclus ventricosus) juvenile aged one year. Photographed on release into wild, raised at research facility. Hokkaido, Japan. May.© Tony Wu
Smooth lumpsucker (Aptocyclus ventricosus) juvenile aged one year. Photographed on release into wild, raised at research facility. Hokkaido, Japan. May.
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90821112 Smooth lumpsucker (Aptocyclus ventricosus) juvenile aged one year. Photographed on release into wild, raised at research facility. Hokkaido, Japan. May.© Tony Wu
Fisherman holding deep-sea King crab (Lithodes turritus), caught at a depth of 1000m. Suruga Bay, Shizuoka Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. April 2018.
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90797439 Fisherman holding deep-sea King crab (Lithodes turritus), caught at a depth of 1000m. Suruga Bay, Shizuoka Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. April 2018.© Tony Wu
Giant isopod (Bathynomus doederleinii) brought up from a depth of 300m to 400m. Suruga Bay, Shizuoka Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. April 2018. Focus stacked image.
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90797438 Giant isopod (Bathynomus doederleinii) brought up from a depth of 300m to 400m. Suruga Bay, Shizuoka Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. April 2018. Focus stacked image.© Tony Wu
Many-spined king crab (Paralomis multispina) and fish heads used as bait to catch crabs, on deck of fishing boat. Caught at approximately 1000m in depth. Suruga Bay, Shizuoka Prefecture, Honshu, Japan...
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90797436 Many-spined king crab (Paralomis multispina) and fish heads used as bait to catch crabs, on deck of fishing boat. Caught at approximately 1000m in depth. Suruga Bay, Shizuoka Prefecture, Honshu, Japan...© Tony Wu
Fisherman holding Rockfish (Sebastes matsubarai) on boat, caught in deep sea. Suruga Bay, Shizuoka Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. April 2018.
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90797434 Fisherman holding Rockfish (Sebastes matsubarai) on boat, caught in deep sea. Suruga Bay, Shizuoka Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. April 2018.© Tony Wu
Giant isopods (Bathynomus doederleinii) caught at a depth of 300- 400m. Suruga Bay, Shizuoka Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. April 2018.
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90797432 Giant isopods (Bathynomus doederleinii) caught at a depth of 300- 400m. Suruga Bay, Shizuoka Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. April 2018.© Tony Wu
Giant isopod (Bathynomus doederleinii), juvenile. Brought up from a depth of 300m to 400m. Suruga Bay, Shizuoka Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. April. Focus stacked image.
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90797431 Giant isopod (Bathynomus doederleinii), juvenile. Brought up from a depth of 300m to 400m. Suruga Bay, Shizuoka Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. April. Focus stacked image.© Tony Wu
Firefly squid (Watasenia scintillans). Toyama Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. March.
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90797406 Firefly squid (Watasenia scintillans). Toyama Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. March.© Tony Wu
Smooth lumpsucker (Aptocyclus ventricosus), juvenile with mouth open sitting on algae. Toyama Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. March.
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90797401 Smooth lumpsucker (Aptocyclus ventricosus), juvenile with mouth open sitting on algae. Toyama Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. March.© Tony Wu
Long shanny / Northern blenny (Stichaeus grigorjewi) extending multi-pronged lure to attract prey at night. Sea of Japan, Japan. March.
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90797395 Long shanny / Northern blenny (Stichaeus grigorjewi) extending multi-pronged lure to attract prey at night. Sea of Japan, Japan. March.© Tony Wu
Fishermen, father and son, preparing bait and lines in the pre-dawn hours for deep sea fishing. Suruga Bay, Shizuoka Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. April 2018.
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90797342 Fishermen, father and son, preparing bait and lines in the pre-dawn hours for deep sea fishing. Suruga Bay, Shizuoka Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. April 2018.© Tony Wu
Long shanny / Northern blenny (Stichaeus grigorjewi) extending multi-pronged lure to attract prey at night. Toyama Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. March.
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90797339 Long shanny / Northern blenny (Stichaeus grigorjewi) extending multi-pronged lure to attract prey at night. Toyama Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. March.© Tony Wu
Many-spined king crab (Paralomis multispina), juvenile caught at a depth of 1000m. Suruga Bay, Shizuoka Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. April.
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90797338 Many-spined king crab (Paralomis multispina), juvenile caught at a depth of 1000m. Suruga Bay, Shizuoka Prefecture, Honshu, Japan. April.© Tony Wu
Slender lizardfish (Saurida elongata) at night, Tai Po Tsai, Sai kung, Hong Kong, China.
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90796821 Slender lizardfish (Saurida elongata) at night, Tai Po Tsai, Sai kung, Hong Kong, China.© Magnus Lungren / Wild Wonders of China
Slender lizardfish (Saurida elongata) at night, Tai Po Tsai, Sai kung, Hong Kong, China.
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90796820 Slender lizardfish (Saurida elongata) at night, Tai Po Tsai, Sai kung, Hong Kong, China.© Magnus Lungren / Wild Wonders of China
Bioluminescent Firefly squid (Watasenia scintillans)  emits intense flashes of light from three tiny luminous organs (photophores) that are located at the tip of each of a pair of ventral arms, as wel...
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90791384 Bioluminescent Firefly squid (Watasenia scintillans) emits intense flashes of light from three tiny luminous organs (photophores) that are located at the tip of each of a pair of ventral arms, as wel...© Solvin Zankl
Firefly squid (Watasenia scintillans) emitting light from photophores, Toyama Bay, Japan. This form of bioluminescence is used as counter illumination camouflage. See image 1601190 for comparison with...
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90791356 Firefly squid (Watasenia scintillans) emitting light from photophores, Toyama Bay, Japan. This form of bioluminescence is used as counter illumination camouflage. See image 1601190 for comparison with...© Solvin Zankl
Firefly squid (Watasenia scintillans) releasing eggs into the water during spawning season, Toyama Bay, Namerikawa, Japan. See image 1601191 for comparison showing bioluminescence.
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90791354 Firefly squid (Watasenia scintillans) releasing eggs into the water during spawning season, Toyama Bay, Namerikawa, Japan. See image 1601191 for comparison showing bioluminescence.© Solvin Zankl
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