deep sea anglerfish, angler fish, doublespine seadevil or black seadevil, Diceratias pileatus, uses bioluminescent lure to attract prey in the deep ocean; brought up from a depth of 3,300 feet (1,000 m) in a water intake pipe at Natural Energy Lab of Hawaii (NELHA), Keahole, Kona Coast, Hawaii, Big Island, USA, Pacific Ocean (c) (dm)


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Image ID: 0036540-DPE

Deep Sea Anglerfish | Diceratias pileatus

deep sea anglerfish, angler fish, doublespine seadevil or black seadevil, Diceratias pileatus, uses bioluminescent lure to attract prey in the deep ocean; brought up from a depth of 3,300 feet (1,000 m) in a water intake pipe at Natural Energy Lab of Hawaii (NELHA), Keahole, Kona Coast, Hawaii, Big Island, USA, Pacific Ocean (c) (dm)
Credit to: BluePlanetArchive / Doug Perrine

Image dimensions: 5400x3600