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The angler gets its name from the elongated dorsal spine that supports a light-producing organ known as a photophore. Through a chemical process known as bioluminescence, this photophore can produce a blue-green light similar to that of a firefly on land. The fish uses this appendage like a fishing lure, waving it back and forth to attract its prey. Deep Sea Creatures, Weird Creatures, Underwater Creatures, Underwater Life, Under The Ocean, Sea And Ocean, Fauna Marina, Water Wonders, Angler Fish
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The angler gets its name from the elongated dorsal spine that supports a light-producing organ known as a photophore. Through a chemical process known as bioluminescence, this p… 
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