Deep Sea Fish
With enlarged eyes, bioluminescent photophores, and often growing to enormous sizes, fish of the deep are oddly fascinating.
The Megamouth Shark swims with its mouth open wide to filter plankton from the water. They spend most of their lives down here in the Abyss, at times descending to 15,000 feet below.
The Giant Oarfish
Hanging vertically in the sunless depths of the ocean, the Oarfish undulates its dorsal fin to steady itself; a clever trick that makes the fish quite hard for predators to spot.
The Ocean Sunfish waves its large dorsal and anal fins to move itself, drifting through the open ocean. At almost 10 feet long and 14 feet tall, it is the largest bony fish on the planet.