The mysterious Georgia creature is likely pretty ordinary.
The species of the fish could not be clearly identified.
The animals were gathered from depths of up to 16,000 feet by the research ship Investigator during a month-long voyage in 2017.
Does it look like Dumbo to you?
The giant fish population is shrinking at an alarming rate due to excessive fishing, net accidents and tourism.
The unique structure of parrotfish teeth allow them to eat coral without breaking them, and as a result their poop helps to form beautiful white sand beaches.
The monstrous claw belongs to a super large lobster that is likely still alive out there on the Welsh coast.
The Atlantic Meridional Transect expedition team will get up at 4am to spend 12 hours putting down nets.
The creature was spotted at a depth of 8,200 feet.
A retired German postal worker discovered the artifact in April 2015.
Researchers found that oil altered microbial communities living in these artificial reefs deep beneath the sea.
The appearance of a dead whale in the Bay Area city is the latest development in an ongoing trend.
Scientists say the biggest extinction event ever was caused by comparable rate of cO2 emissions to those seen today.
Unlike most sharks, threshers give birth to their young.
On the seafloor, there are 4 billion plastic fibers in every area one-third the size of New York's Central Park.
The discovery of damaged coral far from the spill's epicenter signals widespread damage.