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Роман Федорцов (@rfedortsov) | Twitter

Роман Федорцов (@rfedortsov) | Twitter

A deep-sea anglerfish caught during the current MAR-ECO cruise.

A deep-sea anglerfish caught during the current MAR-ECO cruise. Its sharp teeth are angled inward to prevent prey from escaping after being attracted by the brightly-colored "lure" above the fish's mouth.

Russian Deep-Sea Fisherman Roman Fedortsov Photographs His Terrifying Catches #inspiration #photography

Russian Deep-Sea Fisherman Roman Fedortsov Photographs His Terrifying Catches

サンリオの男性向けプロジェクト第二弾男児向けキャラクター「Shinkaizoku」マーケティング戦略を発表 http://prt.to/169FPqf

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サンリオの男性向けプロジェクト第二弾男児向けキャラクター「Shinkaizoku」マーケティング戦略を発表 http://prt.to/169FPqf

Russian Deep-Sea Fisherman Photographs His Terrifying Catches

Roman Fedortsov is a deep-sea fisherman, who works on a trawler based in Murmansk, an ice fishing port not far from the Finnish border.

Women With Fishes At The Fish Market/India, fisherman village near Puri,

Women With Fishes At The Fish Market/India, fisherman village near Puri,

Giant catfish caught in Italy

dont fancy being near that river! Dino Ferrari catches a 280 pound catfish in the Po River -- a record setting catch with a spinning reel rod, according to his sponsor, Sportex Italy.

ウミクワガタの1種のオス成体 Gnathiidae male

ウミクワガタの1種のオス成体 Gnathiidae male

Just go ahead and start calling each of us “Leslie,” because Roman Fedortsov’s Twitter fills our office with a metric f***-ton of “Nope!” We don’t know exactly where in the vicinity of Murmansk this intrepid trawler fishes for his living, but we are now convinced the port city in the extreme northwestern reaches of Russia …

39 Scary Deep Sea Creatures Photos By Russian Fisherman Is A Nightmare Fuel Of Creepy Catches

This beauty is a polychaete worm. It belongs to a class of annelids that have been on this planet for about 530 million years (over 200 million years longer than trees). There are over 10,000 species of polychaetes and can live in some of the most extreme environments on Earth, from the coldest parts of the ocean to the hottest, right near hydrothermal vents.  Photo credit: Crassous/SPL/Barcroft

Polychaete Worm

A monster? An alien? Nope, this is a macroscopic image of a Polychaete, or bristle worm. They can survive intense sea pressures and some live around deep sea vents, miles below the surface. Life can live in the most peculiar places.

Titanis | illustration de titanis l encyclopedie des dinosaures gallimard 2002, one of the last Terror Birds.

Titanis | illustration de titanis l encyclopedie des dinosaures gallimard 2002, one of the last Terror Birds.

Роман Федорцов (@rfedortsov) | Twitter

Roman Fedortsov is a deep-sea fisherman, who works on a trawler based in Murmansk, an ice fishing port not far from the Finnish border.

sea creatures that look like they're from another planet

Monsters of the deep: Tiny sea creatures that never see sunlight look like they're from another planet

Polychaetes, or bristle worms, are a class of deep-sea-dwelling annelid worms. Thanks to a new macro photo gallery of them on the Telegraph& website, it& safe to say bristle worms are also TERRIFYING. Here are six examples of why.

Cats and their kittens. #WhyILoveCats

Cats and their kittens. #WhyILoveCats

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