Discover the bottom of the ocean and get a glimpse of marine animals, that even experienced divers rarely meet!
Plunge into the stories of mysterious creatures that live hundreds of meters deep in the oceans. Unseen elsewhere, in ‘Creatures of the Deep’ you can see rare video footage taken with advanced technology of one of the most challenging living conditions on the planet.
Animals that live deep in the sea, live in complete darkness. They are faced with extremely cold temperatures and very high pressure conditions, to survive at this level, these creatures have adapted to difficult and perilous conditions.
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Belongs to the eel family and cleverly inflates its head like a balloon to swallow food whole- usually crabs. They live in depths of over 7000 meters
A small sea slug that swims using wing-like appendages (parapodia). Despite its peaceful appearance, this is an effective predator that feeds exclusively on other gastropods.
Living in the dark depths of the sea, the body of the female Angler, or Frogfish, is covered with filaments ( the fleshy part of the gills) that sense movement in the water
When they choose a mate, its for life - and the male has a very specific role , which is only to supply sperm cells
The small male attachs to the larger female, whilst the female anglerfish goes fishing for prey with a glow in the dark bait
This jellyfish's red color looks black in the depths of the sea, helping it to become invisible to the eyes of predators
When under threat, this red jellyfish has an exciting getaway tactic - It lights up in blue flickers which 'invite' other predators to subdue the attacker.
The Googly-Eyed Glass Squid, usually found in deeper water, has a transparent body that helps it escape predators.
It fills its body with a special ammoniac compound, which is lighter than the sea water. This gives it the ability to float in the water.