The footage captured by Oceanlab depicts a type of snailfish at 26,722 feet deep, the greatest depth at which a fish has ever been observed.
In a pinch, oyster shells function as speakers for an industrious, communicative fish.
From a puppy-sized spider to a bug bigger than your hand, 2014 was a good year for sightings of the merely big and the colossal in the animal kingdom.
Ron Hughes did not expect to perform an impromptu C-section on a shark, saving three baby pups in the process, when he took a stroll on the beach.
The harlequin filefish smells like coral instead of dinner to things that would like to eat it.
Pufferfish can breathe while inflated, but it may actually tire them out and put them at risk of being eaten once they've deflated.
A curious shark chases and attacks an underwater camera, striking the electronics lens-first, in a head-on chomp.
Acoustic tags used to study animals can function like a dinner bell, drawing hungry predators.
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