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The bizarre love life of the anglerfish
Mystery of the hairy anglerfish’s huge stomach | Natural History Museum
Yeh, I get pretty annoyed at watering the plants after a while! I couldn't take a leech at all, neither real nor metaphorical. Remind me not to go swimming over a mile under water. Looks very cool! I'll remind you for sure, and not only because of the fish, more for the lack of submarine.
3-D scans reveal deep-sea anglerfish's huge final meal (w/ Video)
October 25, Museum imaging experts discover that an anglerfish in the collections ate a fish twice its length, giving it an enormous expanded stomach. A rare hairy anglerfish that entered the Museum collections 13 years ago has perplexed researchers with its massive stomach. Little is known about this deep-sea fish and what it eats, but the specimen was so rare scientists didn't want to cut it open to identify its last meal. Now, using micro-CT scanning, a process that takes thousands of X-rays of a sample, researchers have created 3D model of the anglerfish's insides, revealing a fish twice its length folded up in its stomach.
Caulophryne polynema is a species of fish in the family Caulophrynidae , the fanfins. It is known commonly as the hairy fanfin. It occurs off the eastern coast of North America across to Africa and as far north as Iceland.