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Blanket Octopus - who knew? When threatened, these cephalopods can unfurl a large flap to make themselves appear larger than they actually are. The females can grow up to 6 feet in length while the males are only a few centimeters long.

Blanket Octopus - who knew? When threatened, these cephalopods can unfurl a large flap to make themselves appear larger than they actually are. The females can grow up to 6 feet in length while the males are only a few centimeters long.

There’s a whole world of sci-fi monsters right here on our very own planet.

There’s a whole world of sci-fi monsters right here on our very own planet.

Rosy-Lip-Bat-Fish

Rosy-Lip-Bat-Fish

modern monsters sightings | ... often mistaken for sea monsters when they are found dead every year

modern monsters sightings | ... often mistaken for sea monsters when they are found dead every year

Investigating the Montauk Monster: The Story Deepens! -- Daily Intel

Investigating the Montauk Monster: The Story Deepens! -- Daily Intel

The Oar-fish — also known as ribbon fish — are among the largest fish in the ocean, with some that can grow to up to 50 feet long. Because of its size, many believe sea serpent folklore and stories of mythological sea creatures originate with the oar-fish.  They commonly reside 3,000 feet deep, and sightings of this sea monster are extremely rare.

The Oar-fish — also known as ribbon fish — are among the largest fish in the ocean, with some that can grow to up to 50 feet long. Because of its size, many believe sea serpent folklore and stories of mythological sea creatures originate with the oar-fish. They commonly reside 3,000 feet deep, and sightings of this sea monster are extremely rare.

Flaring the gills that give the species its name, a frilled shark swims at Japan's Awashima Marine Park on Sunday, January 21, 2007. Sightings of living frilled sharks are rare, because the fish generally remain thousands of feet beneath the water's surface.

Flaring the gills that give the species its name, a frilled shark swims at Japan's Awashima Marine Park on Sunday, January 21, 2007. Sightings of living frilled sharks are rare, because the fish generally remain thousands of feet beneath the water's surface.

# SUNSET

# SUNSET

Amazing cloud formation.

Amazing cloud formation.