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Sea monsters are mythical or legendary creatures, believed to dwell in the sea and often imagined to be of immense size. Marine monsters can take many forms, including sea dragons, sea serpents, or multi-armed beasts. scary monster wallpaper. They can be slimy and scaly and are often pictured threatening ships or spouting jets of water. The definition of a “monster” is subjective, and some sea monsters may have been based on scientifically accepted creatures such as whales and types of giant and colossal squid.
scary monster wallpaper. Historically, decorative drawings of heraldic dolphins and sea monsters were frequently used to illustrate maps, such as the Carta marina. This practice died away with the advent of modern cartography. sea monster wallpaper. Nevertheless, stories of sea monsters and eyewitness accounts which claim to have seen these beasts persist to this day. Such sightings are often cataloged and studied by folklorists and cryptozoologists.
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live wallpapers underwater. Other reports are known from the Pacific, Indian and Southern Oceans. There is a Tlingit legend about a sea monster named Gunakadeit (Goo-na-ka-date) who brought prosperity and good luck to a village in crisis, people starving in the home they made for themselves on the southeastern coast of Alaska. sea monster wallpaper. A more recent development has been the two mysterious noises “Bloop” and “Slow Down” picked up by hydrophonic equipment in 1997 and not heard since. sea monster wallpaper. While matching the audio characteristics of an animal, they were deemed too large to be a whale. Investigations thus far have been inconclusive.
Life in the deep sea is difficult, so many fishes there have special adaptations to improve their ability to feed and to mate. Deep sea anglerfish may not regularly encounter suitable prey, so they have very large mouths and stomachs and long, pointy teeth in order to facilitate capturing and swallowing anything that they find. They also have a lure, like all anglerfishes, that they use to attract prey. The deep sea anglerfish’s lure is filled with bacteria that make their own light. Using a muscular skin flap, a deep sea anglerfish can either hide or reveal its lighted lure. By pulsing the light and moving the lure back and forth, they successfully attract pelagic crustaceans, fishes, and other prey.
The lure is also used to attract a mate. The only individuals that fit the above description are females. Females are the large, ambush predators; females have the lighted lures. Males are very small (one inch/three centimeters) and are not predatory. Once they hatch, they spend all of their energy searching for mates, biting onto larger females, and fertilizing their eggs. In many anglerfishes, the male becomes parasitic and never releases from his mate again, feeding from her blood, and becoming little more than a sperm factory. That is not, however, the case in the deep sea anglerfish. After only a short union, the male releases and seeks out another mate. Even though they form these tight bonds during mating, reproduction occurs via external fertilization. The female releases her eggs into the deep water column, and the male immediately releases his sperm, which locate and fertilize the eggs.