Amanda

By Amanda

LifeBuzz Staff

These Scary Underwater Creatures Will Put You Off Swimming For Life.

This fish is unidentified, but has some of the same characteristics of the anglerfish.

As for these creatures, it appears that the fish on the left has as similar technique to attract prey as the Anglerfish does. The lure in this case seems to be hypnotic to its prey.

This fish is unidentified, but has some of the same characteristics of the anglerfish.

FLPA

This is an unidentified Anglerfish that was discovered at the depths of 1000-4000 meters.

We're not embarrassed to admit that we're glad these guys live in the deepest, darkest sea so we don't ever have to see them.

This is an unidentified Anglerfish that was discovered at the depths of 1000-4000 meters.

Imgur

Then there's this adorable octopus. Not so scary, right?

The Grimpoteuthis is a genus of pelagic umbrella octopus. It lives at the bottom of the sea and is rarely seen by humans.

Then there's this adorable octopus. Not so scary, right?

NOAA

Some of the Grimpoteuthis are known as the Dumbo Octopi.

There are 13 species in the genus, and naturally, these guys are the most adorable. Seriously, someone get this guy a reality show.

Some of the Grimpoteuthis are known as the Dumbo Octopi.

Aquarium of Pacific

Let's hope we never see this guy IRL.

The Frilled Shark capture prey by bending their bodies and lunging forward like snakes. Nope, that's not terrifying at all.

Let's hope we never see this guy IRL.

Awashima / Getty

Page 2 of 4