We’re going on a deep sea adventure today to find one crazy looking fish! Hope aboard the sub and let’s go on today’s adventure.

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bearded angler   Range/Habitat: Atlantic ocean

   Diet: Carnivore: fish

   Length/Weight:  4”/ up to 11 oz

   Conservation Status: common


Fun Facts:

  •          Bearded Anglers live in the deep sea.
  •          They have a bioluminescent lure on the top of their head to attract prey.
  •          Bearded anglers also have bioluminescent branching barbs on their chin.
  •          Male bearded anglers are much smaller than the females.
  •          They live off the female like a parasite.

Bearded anglers are really alien looking fish! Bioluminescence is such a great adaptation! We wish we could glow! Could you imagine Ellie with large glowing ears?

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