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with so many strange creatures still alive on Earth - imagine how many more were alive in the past before all of the great extinction events and how much bigger they probably were

deep sea creature The Giant Isopod

Giant Isopod, Bathynomus giganteus, (c) A deep,cold water dwelling animal of the Arctic and Pacific Oceans. Here it climbs over a resting Chain Catshark, Scyliorhius retifer (c)

Wow, Giant Isopod!

Giant Isopod next to Kitten, when faced with sheer unadulterated horror, kitty don't give a fuck

Why, Japan? of the Day: Giant Isopod Plushie!

Why, Japan? of the Day: Giant Isopod Plushie

This one is the largest of the existing isopods. “The enormous size of the giant isopod is a result of a phenomenon known as deep sea gigantism. This is the tendency of deep sea crustaceans and other animals to grow to a much larger size than similar species in shallower waters.” (Image credits: Littoraria) | Bored Panda

21 More Strange Animals You Didn’t Know Exist

Giant Isopod - this is one of the largest of the existing Isopods. The enormous size is the result of a phenomenon known as deep sea giantism. Sea crustaceans & other animals grow to much larger sizes than similar species in shallower waters.

This is new. Anyone know what they are?

They’re just Doritos… I'm dying, oh my god, I can't breathe! Why are there lobster tails next to the Doritos?

Art illustration - Oceans & Seas - Giant Isopod: (Bathynomus giganteus) could be approximately 20 species of large isopods, considered one of the oldest species in the Atlantic Ocean. You can have a length of fifty centimeters, it exhibits a chitinous exoskeleton segmented into head, thorax and abdomen. It has paired appendages and antennae and compound eyes like those of terrestrial insects. He has no known predators and lives in barren pelagic environments previously considered…

sciencealert: Giant Isopod No. 1 and the world’s most bizarre hunger strike by

This thing creeps me out so bad: Giant Isopod iPhone Case

This giant isopod iPhone case from Japan just might be the creepiest yet, that is unless, you are into horror movies or creepy crawlies.

This one is the largest of the existing isopods. “The enormous size of the giant isopod is a result of a phenomenon known as deep sea gigantism. This is the tendency of deep sea crustaceans and other animals to grow to a much larger size than similar species in shallower waters."

It´s A Strange World

This one is the largest of the existing isopods. “The enormous size of the giant isopod is a result of a phenomenon known as deep sea gigantism.

You got: Giant Isopod. You’re a survivor, and no matter how bad things get, you know you’ll find a way to make it through. Just as the giant isopod can survive for years without light or food, you’re a resourceful bitch who isn’t going to let a little adversity get in your way.

We'll Tell You Which Terrifying Sea Creature You Are

Post with 42 votes and 305385 views. A gathering of Giant Isopods feasting on captured shark in the deep

The giant isopod, known scientifically as Bathynomus giganteus, is the largest known member of the isopod family. It is very closely related to the small pillbugs that you can find in the garden

10 Horrible Deep Sea Creatures

fyeah-seacreatures: “ A Giant Isopod is any of approximately nine species of large Isopods in the genus Bathynomus. They are thought to be abundant in cold, deep waters of the Atlantic .

Giant Isopod...NOT cute!  Thank god they live 6000' down on the ocean floor b/c this would cure me of ever wanting to go in the ocean!

10 Most Disturbing Animals on Earth

Giant Isopod - Creators' Stickers

By human love "Giant Isopod", is stamp for those who love "Giant Isopod"! I was deformed lovely "Giant Isopod"! Use your friends, cute appeal "Giant Isopod"!

Giant Isopod Realistic Plush Doll (XL Size) [Restocked in Early March]

Giant isopods (daiogusokumushi in Japanese) are passionately loved in Japan. The creatures are mysterious and cute in a creepy way, also known as kimokawaii or gurokawaii. A giant isopod in Toba Aquarium in Japan has eaten no food for over 4 years.