Title Image: Uwe Schmolke “Eyes”
Crazy strange is an appropriate tag to put on these creatures.
Researching the photographers and their extraordinary work has thrown up some amazing dwellers of the deep.
Walking fish, creatures which look amazingly like characters from the Muppets.
Colouration in some of these creatures makes Warhol appear conservative.
Check out the Painted Frogfish below by Donny.
Darwin’s Theory of Evolution may no longer be a theory but the steps taken to get to this point are a curious set of steps.
The Scorpion Fish looks as if Picasso designed it.
The Pink Eyed Goby can only have developed those eyes because of depth!
I hope you enjoy a collection of strange but beautiful creatures!
This photo is of a pregnant bargibanti pigmy sea horse by Filippo Borghii
Hairy frogfish by Donny
“Flamboyant Mates” Shot in the Lembeh Strait, Indonesia Cuttlefish mating behaviour by Jerry Tang
“Bigmouth” Shot in Ørsta, Norway by Lill Haugen
Hairy frogfish by Jackie Campbell
Painted Frogfish by Donny
Squid shot in northeast Taiwan by Ping Ying Wu
Pink Eye Goby by Fabio Strazzi
“Tiny Refuge in the Dark” Shot in Kona, Hawaii by Ron Watkins
Scorpionfish by Jerry Cheng
Sea Urchin by Donny
Shrimp or “Laomenes Rests on Crinoid” Talumben, Indonesia by So Yat Wai
Shrimp Raffaele Livornese “Perfect Eyes” Shot in Anilao, Philippines
Spirograph by John Paul Connor
Steven Kovacs Hydroid with amphipods in Grand Cayman
Yellow goby by Donny
Last but not least the Pink Mouth Frog, a species of Angler Fish by Oceana Europe. This is a walking fish which reminds me of a pink/orange Thunderbird 2.
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