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13 Glowing ALIEN Fish From The Deep Sea
 
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From Fluorescent Viperfish and Bioluminescent Catsharks to Glowing Anglerfish and Genetically Modified Glofish. These are 13 Glowing Fish. SUBSCRIBE for the latest videos: https://goo.gl/7xzjzR 13 GloFish Let’s start off this video about fish that glow, with GloFish! They are a patented and trademarked brand of genetically engineered fluorescent fish. The first fluorescent zebrafish were created at the National University of Singapore in 1999, by scientists trying to make a fish that would detect pollution by glowing in toxic waters. They combined the zebrafish embryo with genes that encode fluorescent proteins from jellyfish and sea coral. Yorktown Technologies, a company from Austin, Texas, bought the worldwide marketing rights to the fluorescent fish and in 2003, introduced the GloFish in the United States. It is the first and only genetically engineered animal to be publicly available and can only be found in the US. 12 Stoplight Loosejaw At number 12, we have the first naturally glowing fish on our list, the Stoplight Loosejaw. A type of barbeled dragonfish, it lives in the mesopelagic areas of all oceans. The mesopelagic zone is between 200 and 1000 metres below the surface of the water. Sunrays usually stop well before the 1 kilometre mark so creatures living here need to adapt to the darkness. Like our loosejaw, who lurks below the waters looking for zooplankton, with its huge mouth wide open, while using bioluminescence to look for Copepods, its favourite food. It is called a Stoplight Loosejaw because it has two big photophores, one red and one green and they look like the colors on a traffic stoplight. Due to the way light travels and dissipates in deep water, the red photophore allows it to see prey without being detected. They are also called rat-trap fish because of the unusual open structure of their jaws. 8 Cookiecutter Shark Moving on to the Cookiecutter Shark, or the Cigar Shark, an oceanic fish that likes to swim at depth of over 3 kilometres below the water. The name "cookiecutter shark" refers to its feeding habit of gouging round plugs, as if cut out with a cookie cutter, out of larger animals. Marks made by cookiecutter sharks have been found on a wide variety of marine mammals and fishes, as well as on submarines, undersea cables, and even human bodies. But the Cookiecutter Shark also glows in the dark, one of the most glowing of all fish, it’s bioluminescence persists up to 3 hours after being out of water. The photophores are strategically places on its underside to disrupt the light coming from above, confusing predators and hiding it’s real silhouette. 7 Lanternfish This method of camouflaging yourself with light is also used by the the Lantern Fish. A species of small, deep water fish, it is one of the most widely distributed fish. It is estimated that 65% of the oceans biomass are Lanternfish, with 246 species discovered so far. Small fish, they are between 2 and 30 centimetres long, although most of them stay well under 15 centimetres. They are masters of disguise, using their bioluminescence and counterillumination to confuse predators and mask themselves on the bottoms of the oceans. Thy also have gas bladders that confuse other fish that use echolocation or sonars. 2 Viperfish Next we take a closer look at the Viperfish. They are between 30 and 60 centimetres long and live in tropical and temperate waters and swim at great depths, 1500 metres below sea level during the day and down to 4000 metres during the night. They have snake like bodies and long, needle like teeth, and they are really ugly. They are predatory fish and feed on almost anything they gets their teeth into. The Viperfish has 3 types of photophores on its body, used mainly to attract prey. They have microscopic spheres all over their dorsal side, large spheres with pigment, reflector and lens, and finally, large, bell shaped organs grouped together along the dorsal surface. Although it may look like the viperfish is covered in scales, it is in fact covered by a thick, transparent coating of an unknown substance. 1 Anglerfish And at number one, probably the most famous and bizzare glowing fish, the Anglerfish. There are many types of Anglerfish, all over the globe, living at a variety of depths. But what all Anglerfish species have in common are their huge mouths full of razor sharp teeth and the esca, a fleshy growth on their heads, that houses light producing bacteria, and acts like bait for their prey, luring them straight into the fishs mouth. Anglerfish are a delicacy. Some Anglerfish species are a source of food. In North America, Europe and East-Asia, Goosefish are widely used in cooking and is often compared to a lobster tail in taste and texture. In Asia, especially in Korea and Japan, the liver of the Monkfish is considered a delicacy.
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Surprised looking deep sea fish with strange light organs - rare video
 
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Very rare video of a living silver hatchet fish from the deep sea (Argyropelecus aculeates). It's bright and thin silver body is highly polished and reflects the slightest of ambient light, and is a surprising type of camouflage in the deep dark waters. Found at middle depths from 2000 ft (600m) to the sea bed, and migrating up at night, it has light organs outline its body (called photophores). It's thought that from below it can match light coming from the surface to make itself invisible ( counter illumination). They are thought to hunt prey from below with their upward turning mouth, that gives it a surprised look! You can see the light cells in the shots from underneath, but in the white light needed to film they do not glow. Very few people have ever seen a living deep-sea hatchet fish , although there are similar shallow marine and fresh water types that do not have light cells, but the freshwater ones are not closely related and thought to be convergent in their evolutionary design. Little is known of their life history but they are not thought to live for more than a year. Their spawning grounds are unknown. Likely found worldwide in the deep oceans.
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First footage of deep-sea anglerfish pair
 
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Learn more: http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/03/exclusive-i-ve-never-seen-anything-it-video-mating-deep-sea-anglerfish-stuns-biologists CREDITS producer Sarah Crespi story by Katie Langin video footage Kirsten and Joachim Jakobsen Rebikoff-Niggeler Foundation illustrations C. Chun, Wissenschaftliche Ergebnisse der Deutschen Tiefsee-Expedition auf dem Dampfer "Valdivia" (1898-1899) preserved anglerfish photo mark6mauno/Flickr audio Audioblocks music “VIII. Catacombae. Sepulcrum romanum Largo” and "Cum mortuis in lingua mortua Andante non troppo con lamento" composed by Modest Mussorgsky performed by Skidmore College Orchestra
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Top 10 CREEPY Deep Sea Creatures You Didn't Know Existed!
 
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Welcome to Top10Archive! The horrifying depths of the ocean remains vastly unexplored. It seems the deeper down we submerge, the scarier and more horrifying the creatures that live therein are. From the giant squid, once thought to be nothing more than a myth, to bone eating worms, we bring you our picks for the top 10 creepiest sea creatures you didn't know existed! Support us by shopping on Amazon! http://tinyurl.com/njwyzzn 10. Sarcastic Fringehead 9. Frilled Shark 8. Giant Squid 7. Oarfish 6. Barreleye 5. Chimaera 4. Zombie Worms (Osedax) 3. Giant Isopod 2. Tardigrades 1. Bobbit Worm Voice Over Talent: https://www.youtube.com/user/thought2
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Believe it or not, fish light up its eyes Glow inside the sea
 
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Believe it or not, fish light up its eyes Glow inside the sea eye light fish
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Top 10 Most Bizarre Deep Sea Creatures Ever Discovered
 
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Deep Sea Creatures are as bizarre as creatures get. From angler fish to giant squid, here are some of the weirdest bizarre deep sea creatures caught on tape. Subscribe for more! ► https://goo.gl/pgcoq1 ◄ Stay updated ► https://goo.gl/JyGcTt https://goo.gl/5c8dzr ◄ For copyright queries or general inquiries please get in touch: [email protected] Credit: https://pastebin.com/Pc2NrbsG
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Fish With Transparent Head Filmed | National Geographic
 
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For the first time, a large Pacific barreleye fish - complete with transparent head - has been caught on film by scientists using remotely operated vehicles at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute. The deep-sea fish's tubular eyes pivot under a clear dome. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe #NationalGeographic #BarreleyeFish #DeepSea About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Fish With Transparent Head Filmed | National Geographic https://youtu.be/Zoygy-8PTtU National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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STRANGEST Things Found at the Bottom of the Mariana Trench
 
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The Mariana Trench is the deepest part of the world’s oceans, with depths reaching close to 36,000 feet. The deepest part of the Mariana Trench is called the Challenger Deep. If you had to take Mount Everest and turn it upside down into the Mariana Trench, the tallest part of Everest would be shy of the bottom by 7,000-feet! It’s not until fairly recently that we’ve been able to learn about what lies at those insane depths. Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 8 - Rat-Tail fish… These fish, also known as grenadiers, are one of the oldest fish families in the ocean! Strangely, they’re closely related to the cod, these fish are not only found in shallower waters, but many habitat the deep waters of the Mariana Trench. They have a remarkable sense of smell and eat other small fish and crustaceans. They’re slow moving fish and generally conserve their energy for the hunt. 7 - Deep-sea hatchetfish… No guesses as to why this deep-sea fish is called a hatchet fish, and a number of these guys have been spotted in the Mariana Trench. There are more than 40 different species of this fish, and they generally all grow to around 6-inches. They sport bioluminescent bodies and depending on how much light is filtering from above, they can alter the amount of light their bodies give off. The dimmer the light they give off, the less chance they have of producing a silhouette, making it more of a challenge for predators to spot them. 6 - Ooze… There’s no better word to describe what you would most likely be standing on if you were to ever make yourself to the very bottom of the Mariana Trench. Don’t think you’re going to be exposed to lovely sand like you find on the beach, but rather a disgusting ooze that has trickled through the depths and settled at the bottom. Everything from crushed shells to the corpses of plankton, have made their way to the bottom. The sludge would be grayish-yellow, fine and almost silky in texture. You have to wonder what it would smell like if it ever did make its way to the surface. 5 - Protists… We mentioned earlier that the deepest part of the Mariana Trench is called the Challenger Deep, and it’s just under 36,000-feet. There you will find a life-form called a protist. They’re not animals, but rather single-celled organism that are believed to be some of the very first forms of life here on Earth. 4 - Frilled sharks… This crazy looking shark has said to be around for 80 million years, and little has changed in its appearance. The shark has 6 rows of frilly gills which can reach up to 6-feet long. The shark also has over 20 rows of sharp teeth that will do severe damage to anything that dares cross its path. Luckily, they prefer the bottom of the ocean, and although one has been caught on the odd occasion, they don’t survive making it impossible to study them. 3 - A monument… Ok, not in the way that you’re thinking… but when George W Bush was still in power, he signed a document that designated the Mariana Trench as a national monument. So, although you can’t get down there now and buy your souvenirs, perhaps it’s only a matter of time until you can. Now that it’s a national monument, fishing and mining in the trenches are strictly forbidden. You can swim though, although I’m not sure you’d want to considering what’s hidden in those waters. 2 - Telescope octopus… These bizarre looking deep-sea dwellers don’t flit across the ocean floor like regular octopi, but rather drift through the waters at around 6,500-feet. They also don’t swim horizontally, but suspend themselves vertically, possibly to distract predators. The telescope octopus is almost see-through, and there’s a delicate webbing between it’s tentacles, giving it a ghostly shape. And the cherry on the cake? Two protruding eyeballs providing the octopus with ultra-wide peripheral vision so it can see predators and prey and helping it make its way through the murky, dark depths. 1...
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Glow-in-the-dark sharks and other stunning sea creatures | David Gruber
 
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Just a few meters below the waves, marine biologist and explorer-photographer David Gruber discovered something amazing — a surprising new range of sea creatures that glow in many colors in the ocean's dim blue light. Join his journey in search of biofluorescent sharks, seahorses, sea turtles and more, and learn how these light-up creatures could illuminate a new understanding of our own brains. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
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True Facts About The Angler Fish
 
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Macropinna microstoma: A deep-sea fish with a transparent head and tubular eyes
 
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MBARI researchers Bruce Robison and Kim Reisenbichler used video taken by unmanned, undersea robots called remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) to study barreleye fish in the deep waters just offshore of Central California. At depths of 600 to 800 meters (2,000 to 2,600 feet) below the surface, the ROV cameras typically showed these fish hanging motionless in the water, their eyes glowing a vivid green in the ROV's bright lights. The ROV video also revealed a previously undescribed feature of these fish--its eyes are surrounded by a transparent, fluid-filled shield that covers the top of the fish's head. This video is narrated by senior scientist Bruce Robison. For more on this story, see MBARI's news release at: http://www.mbari.org/news/news_releases/2009/barreleye/barreleye.html For more cool animal images, see MBARI's feature images galleries: http://www.mbari.org/news/feature-image/feature-image-gallery-2.html
SOMA: Light Up Deep Sea Fish [HD]
 
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Fish that use their own light in the dark deep sea
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Cardinal fish spitting light (fish fireworks)
 
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While it looks like this fish is just spitting out fluid, it’s actually spitting out a small creature called an ostracod. While the cardinal fish normally eats plankton sometimes it happens to try to eat the tiny shrimp. When this happens, the ostracod creates luciferin (similar to what fireflies use to emit light) and luciferase, creating the bioluminescence. Luciferase is an oxidative enzyme necessary for luciferin to emit the glow. When they mix, they create the bluish glow shown in the video, which causes the translucent cardinal fish to glow, potentially drawing the attention from nearby predators. As result, the cardinal fish spits out the ostracod. The creatures live in the deep ocean, where there is no other source of light. Most marine life’s bioluminescence is blue, as the wavelength travels furthest in water. Red light travels the least in water, which is why many deep sea organisms are red. For more details visit :http://adf.ly/1mPRwi Music: Honey Bee by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100755 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Thanks for watching! Like, Share and comment. And Don't Forget to Subscribe..:) If you're an animal lover!! ➥ Subscribe my another channel https://goo.gl/0ssiiH
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A Deep Sea BIG FISH Surprise | Fishing with Rod
 
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For more fishing videos, please visit: http://www.fishingwithrod.com While jigging for halibut in the Pacific Ocean on the West Coast of Vancouver Island near Ucluelet, Rod hooks something rather big. Many thanks to Big Bear Salmon Charters, Black Rock Oceanfront Resort, Gibbs Delta Tackle for making this project possible. Big Bear Salmon Charters: http://www.bigbearsalmoncharters.com Black Rock Oceanfront Resort: http://www.blackrockresort.com Gibbs Delta Tackle: http://www.gibbsdelta.com Subscribe to go Fishing with Rod! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCArTRQlRblS8XSRxs73_FGQ?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/fishingwithrod Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/fishing_with_rod Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/fishingwithrod Camera: Rodney Hsu, Dion Lauriente, Shane Ito, Carlo Ng Edit: Rodney Hsu Copyright: Fishing with Rod Production #fishing #deepseafishing #fishingwithrod
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The most common fish in the sea can make a room glow blue
 
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The lantern fish, of the Myctophidae family, are perhaps the most common fish in all the oceans*, and yet we know little about them. They come from the middle depth of the deep sea and it has been estimated there are a billion metric tons of lantern fish in the world's oceans. They are so-called because they glow like lanterns, usually with a blue light, that shines out in the darkness of the deep. They can control their light organs (called photophores) , dotted around the whole body, with nerves and switch them on and off. They also have large patches of luminous tissue, often around the eyes and the tail, with different patterns for the 300 or so species. The bioluminescent light comes from bacteria which they culture within the organs, but they can control how much light escapes from these photophores. It's thought they use them to 1) counter illuminate their body against the lighter surface waters, making them invisible to prey, 2) as a signal between each other - deep sea explorer, William Beebe, noticed they responded to the light dots of his luminous watch dial and 3) as a blinding flash of light that puts off larger fish that want to eat them. Comes from trawl to about 1000ft off the coast of California, in the deep San Clemente trench. Comes more shallow at night with the vertical migration of plankton. Thought might be largely responsible for the deep scattering layer often seen on fish-finders. *Bristlemouth fish (Gonostomatidae) are sometimes said to be more numerous but it's not certain and they are in any case closely related. As well as the most numerous fish it makes them the most numerous vertebrate animal on the planet. They may be responsible for some of the climate of the world because of the carbon they contain and their massive numbers. Music: Secret Conversations the 126ers - YouTube Creator Studio William Beebe photo - Wikicommons media - produced by public body in USA
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Bringing Fish Up from the Deep | Engineering Is
 
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Fish that live in the twilight zone region of the ocean are a crucial part of a vastly under-studied ecosystem. When fish are brought up to the surface for study, the change in pressure between their native depth (200-500 feet) and sea level often causes fatal damages to their anatomy. Watch how a team of scientists from the California Academy of Sciences designs and builds a portable chamber that creates a pressure-controlled environment for these animals, so they can safely transport them from the twilight zone to the aquarium. For more about this story, go to: http://science.kqed.org/quest/video/bringing-fish-up-from-the-deep/ Transcript: - One of the most interesting parts of the ocean for me is this area that we call the Twilight Zone, which is this narrow band of the ocean between about 200 and 500 feet below the surface of the water. It's mysterious, it's unknown, it's sort of enchanting and captivating, but also it's an area where literally, the light is like twilight. - This twilight zone is part of the coral reef, but it's a part that's very understudied. About half of the fish are not known, and nobody goes down there because there's a lot of technical difficulties associated in going there. So a lot of the times, those deep reefs are being destroyed even before we identify what's down there. - It wasn't until really recent years that we've had sophisticated and reliable diving equipment that allowed people to actually go down there and come back. One of the most challenging aspects of this diving really is the pressure. The deeper you go in the ocean, the more and more pressure is stacking up, and that's essentially just all of that water that's over your head pressing down on your body. One of the first things we recognized is that the fish that we wanted to bring up from the depths were subject to the same decompression issues that humans are. - So most fish have swim bladders. It's a little chamber filled with gas that keeps them neutrally buoyant, so if they didn't have a swim bladder because the fish, their tissues, are heavier than water, it will just sink. If you capture a fish at those depths and just bring him to the surface, that swim bladder is going to inflate. The gas expands inversely to the pressure. The swim bladder expands, it pushes the stomach away, it pushes the heart, the heart stops beating, and then everything else collapses just because the swim bladder takes the space of everything. - And then there's an antheus in here somewhere. It's from Hawaii. - I had started to hear about the idea of the academy going down and exploring deep under the ocean with divers and possibly collecting fish down there, and since my job is to make sure that those fish come back healthy, I thought about different ways that we could make sure that they could handle that pressure change. Is there a way that we can seal the fish up at pressure, keep them at the pressure that they were collected at, and then bring them to the surface and slowly decompress them over a period of a few days, so that we don't have to have any of that trauma. What we wanted to do was to take the pressure chamber underwater with us. We knew that if we wanted to dive with it, it needed to be sturdy yet sleek yet light yet all these things that's sort of our design compromises. And it also needs to, of course, be able to handle the immense amount of pressure that's on it. The first sort of flash bulb over the head idea that we had was to use a water filter housing. They're used for home water filtration. It's about two gallons, it's enough space for our fish to live in that space for about 24 hours while we decompress them, and that's a cheap off the shelf unit, you can get one for about $100, but then we just heavily modified it. This is the main pressure canister, or the main pressure chamber. I mean it's basically tinkering on a grand scale. I mean I played with Legos as a kid, and this is like real adult Legos, right? Putting all these things together and seeing how they work and seeing how an idea that is brand new that nobody's ever done before, seeing how it works in the real world is great. It's a dream job. - [Bart] It's a portable, submersible, deep compression chamber. You just pull the velcro up and stick the fish in and seal the velcro. And then once we were done with the collecting, make sure that we sealed it all up tight, make sure it holds the pressure, and then we start our ascent. - [Matt] They bring it up to the boat, and then we connect it to a water supply and our pressure generating pump, and that pushes water through the canister, so that the fish start to get a water change. We keep it like that for the next 24 hours while we slowly start to bleed off that pressure until it's at surface pressure.
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Fishing Lure Color Selection (Part 2): Depth Affects What Colors Fish Can See
 
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Want access to some cool lure color selection charts? Go to my website at https://makewoodenlures.com/lure-color-selection/ In part one of this 4 part series we looked at how water dims the light and reduces fishing lure color intensity. In this video we'll look at how it can actually change the colors that fish can see. This means that what fish eyes are capable of seeing becomes less important. Because they simply can't see something that is not there! It's as though fish are looking at your lures through a piece of blue cellophane that gets darker the deeper into the water they go. Try it for yourself- have a look at some lure colors through blue cellophane. Even though you might have full color vision, you can only see the colors that remain after the cellophane has filtered the others out. In clean, clear water the red wavelengths of sunlight are the first ones to be removed. And as you go deeper the oranges, yellows and greens disappear too. So my advice is always to stop thinking about what colors fish can see - and start thinking about what colors are present for them to see. I'm sure you'll agree that the deeper the water becomes the less important lure color selection becomes!
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New twilight eye cells discovered in fish
 
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A new type of cell has been found in the eye of a deep-sea fish, and scientists say the discovery opens a new world of understanding vision in a variety of light conditions. QBI scientists found the new cell type in the deep-sea pearlside fish (Maurolicus spp.), which have an unusual visual system adapted for twilight conditions. Dr Fanny de Busserolles said the retina of most vertebrate animals – including humans – contained two photoreceptor types: rods for vision in dim light, and cones for daytime vision. Each had different light-sensitive proteins. “Deep-sea fish, which live at ocean depths below 200m, are generally only active in the dark, so most species have lost all their cones in favour of light-sensitive rods,” Dr de Busserolles said. Pearlsides, however, are mostly active at dusk and dawn, close to the water’s surface where light levels are intermediate. “Previously it was thought that pearlsides had retinas composed entirely of rods, but our new study has found this isn’t the case,” Dr de Busserolles said. Queensland Brain Institute | http://www.qbi.uq.edu.au Facebook | https://fb.me/qldbraininstitute Twitter | https://twitter.com/qldbraininst Instagram | https://instagram.com/qldbraininstitute SoundCloud | https://soundcloud.com/qldbraininstitute LinkedIn | https://linkedin.com/company/queensland-brain-institute
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How To CATCH MORE FISH: Deep Sea Fishing Tackle Preparation (Beginners Guide)
 
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10 Best Underwater Fishing Lights in 2019 – Attract Fish Anywhere!
 
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UPDATED RANKING ►► Disclaimer: These choices may be out of date. You need to go to fishfindly.com to see the most recent updates to the list. Our complete review, including our selection for the year's 10 Best Underwater Fishing Lights , is exclusively available on FishFindly. These 10 Best Underwater Fishing Lights Video Buying Guide Included Products Are: 1. Green Glow Fish Attracting Dock Light 2. Lumitec 101320 SeaBlazeX Underwater Boat Light 3. The Green Lantern MAXX Green LED 4. QuarrowNebo 180 LED Submersible Fishing Light 5. Goture 180 LED 12V Submersible Fishing Light 6. Samdo IP68 12V LED Underwater Fishing Light 7. Amarine-made Deep Drop Underwater White Light 8. Amarine-made Green Night Fishing Light 9. Green LED Light Lure 10. SUPERNIGHT High Density Green LED Light There are many underwater lights on the market, but they can be divided into two basic categories: permanently mounted lights and portable ones. Permanently mounted lights will normally be used on a dock or on the bow or stern of a boat. Besides attracting fish, many users choose these lights because they make it easy to get around on the dock, help swimmers get aboard the boat at night, and they add to the beauty and safety of the dock or boat. A major benefit of underwater lights is that they provide the needed illumination without attracting insects the way above-water lights do. Most Recent Picks:
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FISH Hunt at Night with Light Motion - fishing Boat
 
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Hunt at Night with Light Motion - fishing Boat KADAL TV Well, Today I went up a remote creek In the middle of No-Where trying to spot some eels... The only thing was, I forgot my fishing rod!?!?! So after spotting an absolute GIANT, I raced back to my house and grabbed my Fishing rod. After arriving I dropped the bait (Beef Heart) Into the water and within a matter of seconds I had hooked an absolute BEAST!!! Like And Subscribe For More Fishes Catching Videos! https://www.youtube.com/c/kadaltv
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CLEAREST Water I've Ever Fished -- (BIG Fish on Light Rods)
 
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Book a carp trip -- [email protected] This might be one of my favorite freshwater fishing trips yet! I had no idea how much fun carp could be, especially on a 8wt fly rod. There is something about sight fishing for these golden beasts that make it a trillion times better as well. I urge ANY of you watching this vid right now to attempt a unique fishing style like this, you surely won't regret it. --Young Plugg What I film with… Drone — http://amzn.to/28SzZjw Camera — http://amzn.to/28WQz2y Lens — http://amzn.to/28YGMYe GoPro — http://amzn.to/28SGyRF BIG SHINY Camera -- http://amzn.to/2dqwEZb BIG SHINY Lens -- http://amzn.to/2dqwxNt My Other Gear... Computer — http://amzn.to/295J31n Editing software — http://amzn.to/28SzPIW Mic — http://amzn.to/28R3QWT Camera Case — http://amzn.to/28SzO7P Backpack -- http://amzn.to/2dHgZaZ Follow me on… SOUNDCLOUD -- http://bit.ly/2l4fqpD INSTAGRAM -- http://bit.ly/2l8ma5u TWITTER -- http://bit.ly/2lFa0iq SNAPCHAT: fishingthemw FACEBOOK -- http://bit.ly/2kHM8fx #ftmw *The above links are Amazon Associate links*
Views: 458534 Jon B.
Check out our deep water flash light fish
 
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By Paul Talbot http://www.majesticaquariums.com.au
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Deep sea / lake light flashing lure Salmon, Bass and other fish
 
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Flashing light soft lure for deep sea or lake fishing, good for Salmon and all other predator fish. Godd for night, deep or murky water.
Views: 1981 denclub1
Deep Sea Fishing For Giant Mystery Fish
 
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Every time you drop a bait down you have no idea what you are going to hook, be sure to hit up Darryl if you want to do battle with these crazy fish! Darryl's guide service: http://www.diverseangling.com Subscribe here — http://bit.ly/2hVmHb2 Thanks a bunch for watching, be sure to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE if you enjoyed! Connect with me on social media! Instagram: Bulawc Want to contact me? [email protected] My Camera: http://amzn.to/2xv1cnE GREAT starter camera: http://amzn.to/2yowKcE My lens: http://amzn.to/2ynvUwI My drone: http://amzn.to/2xuL0Tb Best GoPro to use: http://amzn.to/2wvAtYH *The above links are Amazon Associate links*
Views: 711594 Chris Bulaw
Catch More Fish With This!
 
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Make a glowing fishing light to attract fish and create a beautiful glow too! Save $$$$! Get paid to share your opinion! Sign up at http://www.opinionoutpost.com/kipkay Get the LED Strip here: http://www.kipkay.com/resources Thanks to Lighting Next for the inspiration. --------------------------- Popular Playlists ---------------------------- LASERS: http://bit.ly/LaserProjects EASY: http://bit.ly/EasyProjects HACKS/MODS: http://bit.ly/HacksMods Previous Video: http://bit.ly/BinderClipLifeHacks Next Video: http://bit.ly/SatelliteDish For business and sponsorship inquiries, contact me at [email protected] More videos at: http://www.kipkay.com Subscribe to Kipkay: http://bit.ly/SubscribetoKipkay Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KipkayVideos
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Top 5 Ugliest Fish
 
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Top 5 ugliest fish! Many ugly animals live in the water of the deep sea & are real beauties. These scary ocean creatures, like the blobfish, are rare. Subscribe for the latest videos: https://goo.gl/7xzjzR 5: The Lumpsucker/Henfish Found lurking at the bottom of the cool waters of the Arctic, North Atlantic, and North Pacific ocean is the Lumpsucker. Although lumpsuckers are cute as babies, they tend to grow up to look something like this... Sometimes referred to as the Henfish, the Lumpsucker is typically 1-2 feet long with a asymmetrical, blob-like body with protruded eyes. And while most fish have a narrow frame, the Lumpsucker tends to be more spherical. They also have skin instead of scales along with a giant dorsal fin. Although the lumpsucker may not be a great swimmer, they have impressive endurance and can travel up to 60 miles. Their diet consists mostly of smaller fish, crustaceans, worms, and jellyfish. Fun fact: The male's stomach turns red during mating and the eggs of the female (aka roe) are a popular alternative to caviar. 4: Snailfish Snailfish, sometimes referred to as Sea Snails, pretty much look like giant tadpoles. They have a large head with small eyes and an elongated body, which resembles an eel. Like the Lumpsucker, this fish also has skin instead of scales. Surprisingly little is known about the snailfish. There are over 410 different species each being different from the rest. Some live in shallow water, while others live in the deepest parts of the ocean. Some are 2 inches long, while others are 30 inches long. Some live in warm water, others live in cold. Some are smooth, some are prickly. Some have a strict diet, others eat anything they can. You get the idea…But all of them are but pretty ugly and they don’t taste great either, fisherman consider them pests. 3: The Goblin Shark The Goblin Shark is real and it certainly lives up to it’s name. The image you are seeing is not photoshopped, the shark actually does look like the offspring of a goblin and a shark. It has a long protruded snout which contains over 50 creepy nail-like teeth and a jaw that extends outward when biting. The skin is an unappealing pinkish white, almost as if it was never fully developed. No only does the goblin shark look and sound creepy, but it acts creepy too! It’s a deep sea bottom dweller, meaning it is found in the deepest and darkest parts of the ocean, 4200 feet below, in pitch black. It’s also considered a “slow moving species”, which it basically means that it’s constantly lurking. Like other sharks, it senses its prey using Electro sensitive organs and uses its extending jaw to snap out for a quick capture. This shark is unlike any other shark, it is a unique species with a lineage dating back 125 million years ago and it’s not related to the ones on earth today. Overall very little is known about goblin shark, mostly because it’s a deep sea creature and humans rarely come in contact with them. But we don’t even know how they mate, a pregnant goblin shark has never been discovered…for all we know it spawns! 2: The Gulper Eel Number 2 on our list is the gulper eel, aka pelican eel. The fish is technically not an eel, but it’s about the closet thing that it resembles. It can be found at depths over 9000 feet below sea level or almost 2 miles deep. Even for the deep sea, this is one of the oddest creatures that has ever been discovered. The fish is dark black in color and can grow up to 31 inches long, but the most notable feature of the Gulper Eel is it’s unusually large mouth which acts as a net to capture prey. The fish also has a stomach capable of stretching which allows for it to consume prey larger than itself. The Gulper Eel is known to not be a very good swimmer, but a small luminous organ at the end of it’s tail acts as a light to help lure and capture prey. Not much is known about this strange creature due to the depths of it’s habitat, but we’re pretty confident that it looks weird. 1: The Blobfish And finally, number 1 on our list: the Blobfish. You’ve likely seen random photos online of this atrocity and may have dismissed them as being photoshopped, but the photos are real and the blob fish actually does look like this, but here’s the catch: it only looks like this out of water. The truth is, we don’t actually know what blobfish looks like in it’s natural environment because the fish is extremely rare and lives at depths over 4000 feet below. And water pressure at this depth is about 100 times stronger than that on land. Because the fish has no skeletal structure, not even teeth, the blobfish becomes heavily, perhaps even morbidly, disfigured when brought to land. Although we’re not certain what the Blobfish actually looks like in the deep sea, it’s likely safe to assume from the pictures that it’s probably still pretty ugly.
Views: 126782 What Lurks Below
Light fish
 
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Fish, boats, and grafitti, meet in the deep sea. http://www.flickr.com/photos/alphabetikalz
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Deep sea fishing using light gear got big beautiful mirror fish on
 
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Using squid as bait on deep sea fishing appolo knot and got big beautiful mirror fish ebek
Fish Light and Full Moon timelapse
 
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http://www.getawaymoments.com/ I shot this time lapse while eating dinner at the Sea Critters Café in Pass-A-Grille Florida. The light is a Deep Glow lamp made to attract fish to your dock and to provide a cool appearance to your water front. If you look at the top of the scene you can see the clouds roll by as the moon heads higher in the sky. The fish were mainly snook and catfish. Like the video? Comment and subscribe to Getawaymoments! Thanks. here is the link if you want to know more about the lights www.deepglow.com If you like the video please subscribe to Getawaymoments and follow us @getawaymoments on twitter Music bed was created using Apple Garage Band "Contemplative Synth 04"
Views: 35472 Getawaymoments
A Cardinal Fish spitting light ('Fishy fireworks' )
 
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When the cardinalfish sucks up what it thinks will be dinner, the tiny sea creature, a type of ostracod, emits a burst of light. That burst saves the ostracod's life - by getting it spat out. Not all ostracods create these light shows, and these cardinalfish can't tell which tasty morsels will do so before eating them.But when that bad boy lights, up, the fish really has a problem. If you have a lot of predators in the wild, then it's best to stay hidden. That's why the fish in the tank vomit up the tiny bio-luminescent ostracods. Otherwise, their bodies would illuminate from within, calling out to their predators, "Here's DINNER!" and getting them eaten for sure. This defense mechanism is the result of a light-inducing chemical mixture inside of the ostracod itself - which is set off whenever they are jostled. Many animals in the world have this capability to produce light, called bioluminescence, and they use it in different ways. In this case, its a survival tactic used defensively.
Views: 84607 TecnOJ
Light-Up Angler Fish Embroidery
 
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Want to add a splash of color and light to your spring and summer wardrobe? Make this light-up deep sea angler fish embroidery with FLORA, on a pair of shorts: http://learn.adafruit.com/light-up-angler-fish-embroidery Becky Stern shows you how to sew the circuit and even add a snap switch under the fin. ----------------------------------------- Subscribe to Adafruit on YouTube: http://adafru.it/subscribe Join our weekly Show & Tell on G+ Hangouts On Air: http://adafru.it/showtell Watch our latest project videos: http://adafru.it/latest New tutorials on the Adafruit Learning System: http://learn.adafruit.com/ Music by bartlebeats: http://soundcloud.com/bartlebeats FLORA tutorials: http://learn.adafruit.com/category/flora Buy FLORA: http://www.adafruit.com/category/92 -----------------------------------------
Views: 16536 Adafruit Industries
DEEP SEA Color Changing Fish -Catch Clean Cook  (Mahi Mahi)
 
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Finally an offshore video, hope you all enjoy! Dolphin aka mahi mahi or dorado are one of the most insane offshore fish we have here in Florida. They are known for their color changing abilities where they go from bright greens and yellows to blues! ➤Subscribe to Brook Here: http://bit.ly/Brookschannel ➤Check out My Apparel: https://landsharkfishinggear.com/ ➤ New Snook and Tarpon Shirts: http://bit.ly/2zEeQp5 ➤ On Sale: http://bit.ly/2NPha5o I fish Bullbuster lines and leaders. https://bullbuster.net/ Save 10% on entire order use code "Landshark" ➤ The Vudu Shrimp I was Fishing: https://amzn.to/2OfCWOQ ➤ BEST Overall Spinning reel: http://bit.ly/2OsXZ0N The Rods I fish: http://bit.ly/2DOUFbN Save $10 Per Connley rod order, when you mention "landshark" through phone, in store or email orders. This video was Filmed with the below items: Camera: http://amzn.to/2ht36iL Microphone: http://amzn.to/2Cdzt9s Light: http://amzn.to/2CdPtbz Lens: http://amzn.to/2hscOSE Mini Tripod: http://amzn.to/2H7GQTI Follow me on Social Media: ►Facebook: http://bit.ly/landsharkfishing-fb ►Instagram: http://bit.ly/landsharkfishing-insta ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ For business inquires: ►Email: [email protected]
Views: 78123 Landshark Outdoors
Albertine Sarges - Exotic Deep Water Fish
 
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Lipsync and diva moves: the Sticky Fingers aka Lisa Baeyens & Rosa Mercedes Director and camera: Max Hilsamer Camera assistance: Cooper Blade Music: Albertine Sarges Mix & Master: Andi Rogge & Lo Selbo Lyrics: Harriet Rabe This song was sung by Albertine & Harriet aka Team Salmiakki Lyrics by Harriet Rabe using Whatsapp-Messages with flatmate Laura in Helsinki. Later Laura was positively surprised to find her words in a song. This is a Finnish song, reflecting parts of local culture, like washing carpets in the fading daylight, mooses, blond girls, sauna, salmiakki and Töölö. It's out on "Shrimp Favour", the instant soup record: https://albertinesarges.bandcamp.com/album/shrimp-favour EXOTIC DEEP WATER FISH seventeen more minutes of daylight washing carpets is fun bags of frozen peas yeah that's my kind of treatment can we meet at the public toilet? i'm with the big black dog should i throw away your ham, my dear? OK - is your hat ready? i got some confidential insider informanation it is not out yet you are like an exotic deep water fish all light is too much sun! no jacket! what is this! i planted a plant and some funky flowers sauna it is everyone is blond seven blonde girls oooh how i would love to have lasagna not in my hair though not in my hair though oooh how i would love to have lasagna not in my hair though not in my hair though you are like an exotic deep water fish all light is too much team salmiakki noooo, salty and strong sunburn deluxe a moose broke into a bank in töölö and it died on top of a church by police brutality quite poetic you are like an exotic deep water fish all light is too much team salmiakki noooo, salty and strong...
Views: 1268 Apricot Jam
A New Light on Tiffany: Deep Sea Base/Fish Shade
 
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Dramatic readings of Driscoll's letters by actress Lois Chiles and curatorial commentary by Martin Eidelberg, Professor Emeritus of Art History at Rutgers University; Nina Gray, independent scholar and former Associate Curator of Decorative Arts at the New-York Historical Society; and Margaret K. Hofer, N-YHS Curator of Decorative Arts. Gallery 1: Clara's New York World Gallery 2: Clara Driscoll; Designing for Art & Commerce Gallery 3: The Tiffany Girls; Lampmaking at Tiffany Studios www.nyhistory.org The New-York Historical Society is able to produce illuminating exhibitions, public programs, and make a priceless collection accessible to the public through the generosity of donations and membership. Help us make history matter by joining today. http://www.nyhistory.org/support
This Incredible Animation Shows How Deep The Ocean Really Is
 
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Just how deep does the ocean go? Way further than you think. This animation puts the actual distance into perspective, showing a vast distance between the waves we see and the mysterious point we call Challenger Deep. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/sai FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/techinsider TWITTER: https://twitter.com/techinsider INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/businessinsider/ TUMBLR: http://businessinsider.tumblr.com/
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Deep Sea Monster The Viper Fish
 
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Check my other CHANNELS: YouTube.com/FaithfulTrigger Deep Sea Monster The Viper Fish The Viperfish (Mesopelagic - found at 80-1600 meters - about a mile down) is one of the most wicked looking sea monsters. Some of them are black as night all over with light organs (called photophores) in strategic places on their bodies, including one on a long dorsal fin that serves as a lure for the fish it preys upon. Some viperfish (and many other deep ocean fish species) don't have any pigment (color) at all - they're transparent. They also have enlarged eyes, presumably for gathering as much light as possible where there is little or no light at all. The light organs of this sea animal create lights by using a chemical process called bioluminescence.
Views: 9418 MichaeLogy
Nightmarish Sea Devil Fish Caught On Camera For The First Time
 
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One of the world's most rarely seen fish has been spotted by a deep diving research vehicle. This anglerfish, named Melanocetus, is just 9 cm in length and comes equipped with its own luminous fishing rod on the top of its head. It is also known as the Black Sea Devil, and you might have seen a similar fish almost catch and eat Nemo and Dory in Finding Nemo. The slow-moving Melanocetus lights up the tip of its pole in the darkness of the deep sea in order to attract its prey before gobbling them up when they are within reach of its mouth. The fish in the video, shot by the California-based Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI), is a female. The male of the species is much smaller and fairly useless – it does not have the 'fishing rod' on its head and is therefore unable to hunt for food. Researchers believe that its sole purpose is to find a female to mate with. The MBARI team believes that this is the first video footage ever shot of this species alive and at depth, and it is only the third anglerfish that they have observed in years of deep sea exploration. Researchers were able to capture the fish in order to study it further. It is being kept in a dark tank with near-freezing water – similar to its ocean habitat – but it isn't expected to survive for long. Check out the "The anglerfish: The original approach to deep-sea fishing" video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqPMP9X-89o To subscribe to RedTaurus Channel : http://www.youtube.com/user/RedTaurus?sub_confirmation=1 To view this channel : https://www.youtube.com/user/RedTaurus
Views: 56983 RedTaurus
How to shine light on the ocean floor: Flashlight fish
 
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Deep Sea Fishing
 
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There's more than one way to enjoy your time on the Jersey Shore---and it doesn't necessarily involve the beach! Come along as we go deep sea fishing off the Jersey Shore.
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Unknown Facts About The Dragon Fish-Deep Sea Creatures | The Animal Adventure |
 
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Some Facts The dragon fish, (1) The Black Dragonfish might have inspired the creation of the character in Alien but is nothing as fearful or intimidating as the Alien. (2) The Black Dragonfish, Idiacanthus atlanticus, is comparatively a small fish which has a head that looks like the Alien but lives too deep in the ocean to be dangerous to humans. (3) The female grows to a length of around 40 cm while the male measures only 5 cm in length. There are many differences between the male and female of the species. (4) The Black Dragonfish is probably the most sexually dimorphic species. The females are dark and have stripes, whereas the males are brown in color and lack the stripes. (5) The fish doesn’t have scales like the other fishes. Hence it is highly slippery. (6) The females have canine teeth, pelvic fins, and The males don’t have these, nor do they have a digestive system. Their only purpose seems to be for reproduction. (7) The female Black Dragonfish does a daily vertical migration to the surface of the ocean at night and returning in the day. The males do not migrate. (8) The Black Dragonfish are found everywhere on the earth usually at a depth of around 2000 meters. (9) Like all the deep-sea fishes, this species also produces light from its body. (10) Unlike other fishes, this fish not only uses the light to attract preys but to see the preys and attack them. They can see their own light. (11) The fish produces light which is in the infrared range and hence cannot be seen by other animals or fishes. (12) The Black Dragonfish is covered with photopores in its lower and upper side of the body. These light up when the fish is disturbed. (13) This species of fish is the only one to have chlorophyll in its eyes. These pigments are only found in plants. (14) In the larval form, the fish has eyes which are attached to stalks as long as the body but later retreat into the skull as it metamorphizes into adults. (15) The fish feeds on planktons, marine invertebrates, insects, insect larvae, shrimps and squid. They are scavengers and so will feed on any flesh which is on the ocean floor or floating. (16) The Black Dragonfish has sharp teeth which it uses to scrape algae off the rocks and feed on them. (17) The barbell which also can light-up is used as a lure to attract prey. (18) The main predator of the Black Dragonfish is the Red Flounder fish which is seen at the bottom of the ocean. The only defense the fish has is the light it produces. It lights up all over the body to escape from the predator. (19) Not much is known about the reproduction patterns of the fish. It is believed that the female lays its eggs and the males fertilize them. The eggs float to the surface where they remain till hatching. (20) The larvae of the Black Dragonfish tend for themselves and return to the depth of the ocean when they are mature. All the images have been taken from google(free to use or share even commercially) Music credit Kevin Macleod The Complex https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iLd-inVgFaM #DragonFish #TheAnimalAdventure #Fish #Trending #AnimalDocumentryHindi ====================================== Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. ==================================== Friends you can also follow me on instagram https://www.instagram.com/animalhouse114/?hl=en Facebook https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100027713464448 Thanks for Watching By AnimalAdventure Animal Adventure
Almost LOST a $1000 Fish... DEEP Sea Tournament
 
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This video is from the KDW Team Sargent Tournament back in June 2018. Connley fishing is the primary sponsor and this is a charity tournament to benefit Palm Beach County PAL & West Palm Beach Police Explorers. Brook ended up catching Biggest king mackerel of the day and biggest kingfish in the female category! Her two fish resulted in $1000 worth of rods as prizes! It was a very slow day offshore, but the tourney was a success and for a great cause. Check Out Connley Rods!: http://bit.ly/2DOUFbN Save $10 Per Connley rod order, when you mention "landshark" through phone, in store or email orders. CHECK OUT LANDSHARK GEAR https://landsharkfishinggear.com/ ►Subscribe to Brook Here: http://bit.ly/Brookschannel ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Gear Used ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ • SAVE 10% on the Braid, Mono and Leader I fish: Code "Landshark" http://bit.ly/BullbusterLine ►Reels Seen in Video Available at J&H:FREE Landshark Sticker with any J&H order, mention Landshark in notes! http://bit.ly/2t4CYj8• •AVET EX 30/2 http://bit.ly/2CMrqRx •AVET EX 50/2 http://bit.ly/2Ehvwmb • Daiwa BG 5000: http://bit.ly/2vsAigN • AVET JX Raptor: http://bit.ly/2uZjHAP Best Tuna Hooks: (3/0-6/0): https://amzn.to/2Go3ANF My favorite Mahi-Mahi Hooks: https://amzn.to/2tv7G2N This video was Filmed with the below items: Camera: http://amzn.to/2ht36iL Microphone: http://amzn.to/2Cdzt9s Light: http://amzn.to/2CdPtbz Lens: http://amzn.to/2hscOSE Mini Tripod: http://amzn.to/2H7GQTI Follow me on Social Media: ►Facebook: http://bit.ly/landsharkfishing-fb ►Instagram: http://bit.ly/landsharkfishing-insta ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ For business inquires: ►Email: [email protected]
Views: 80301 Landshark Outdoors
Fish gathering lamp for deep water
 
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Fish gathering lamp for deep water For more information, please visit our website https://www.jnjbattery.com
Views: 137 JNJ CoLtd
Deep sea fishing mallorca. mediterranean sea (poisonous fish)
 
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This is the last video of our fishing trip in Mallorca. in this video we got a charter fishing trip out to sea where we were using squid to catch multiple species. it was a great day with lots of fish landed.
Views: 7139 Pike Knuckles
Glowing hatchet fish
 
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The eyes of marine creatures are mostly big and upwards allowing them to see other beings passing from above. By this way, enemies that look from bottom to top can immediately distinguish the dark shadow of a being on the floor of natural light coming from the sea surface. This hatchet fish you see is tremendously equipped against its enemies in dark waters. It lives at depths between 200 meters and 1000 meters and displays perfect camouflage. When it goes down to the deeps, thanks to its slim and flat bodily structure, it is difficult to distinguish it. Its silver skin acts like a mirror and reflects the appearance of the water, so it becomes almost invisible when it goes even deeper. When it is close to the surface, it uses a different method to hide itself from its enemies. Because under normal circumstances, every creature in water appears like a shadow due to the light beams falling underneath the sea, and therefore it sends an invitation to the animal that wants to catch it. Hatchet fish have bioluminescent photosphere limbs that can produce bio-light. This limb is lined all along the pelvic cavity. These lights are on at times when it is close to the surface. http://en.harunyahya.tv/videoDetail/Lang/4/Product/41423/GLOWING_HATCHET_FISH
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I Caught a RARE Fish in the Indian Ocean!!
 
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