Monster from the depths of the oceans

• The monster from the depths of the oceans

The underwater world is fraught with many puzzles, and the surface of the Moon humanity has studied better than the bottom of the oceans. In the blue water column amazing live sea creatures. The biggest, strongest and most poisonous animals also live under the water, not on land.

Russian photographer Alexander Semenov has spent hundreds of hours of filming and documenting the life of monsters from the depths of the oceans. Sea butterfly, marine worms, sea angels, and many other inhabitants of the underwater world in today's reporting.

Monster from the depths of the oceans Monster from the depths of the oceans

Angelfish in the White Sea, Russia. Monkfish - a kind of gastropods. Predatory organisms that specialize in nutrition "monkfish":

Monster from the depths of the oceans

The lion's mane or lion's mane jellyfish - the largest of all known species of jellyfish:

Monster from the depths of the oceans

Marine Worms in the north-east coast of Queensland, Australia.

Monster from the depths of the oceans

jellyfish lion's mane jellyfish in the White Sea, Russia:

Monster from the depths of the oceans

Soft Coral Dendroneftiya (Dendronephthya sp.). The word "coral" in our view is always associated with something hard, brittle. These are, in fact, many corals, but there are also soft corals

Monster from the depths of the oceans

Two jellyfish lion's mane in the White Sea, Russia:

Monster from the depths of the oceans

The tentacles of jellyfish lion's mane in the White Sea, Russia. Arctic tsianeya - the largest jellyfish oceans. There are instances in diameter dome, which reaches 2 m tentacles of large specimens can stretch up to 20 m, but usually do not grow more than cyanogen 50-60 cm..:

Monster from the depths of the oceans

The sea butterfly in the Sea of ​​Japan. Marine life of butterflies that live at a depth of about 25 meters, subject to ocean currents. Waving translucent "wings", they rise to the surface of the water, following their usual food - plankton:

Monster from the depths of the oceans

Marine worm in the Sea of ​​Japan:

Monster from the depths of the oceans

Jellyfish in the White Sea:

Monster from the depths of the oceans

lion's mane jellyfish and comb. Comb jelly - a widespread type of marine animals. A distinctive feature of the comb jellies - "ridges" of cilia used for swimming. Comb jelly - the biggest among moving with the help of cilia animals: their sizes range from a few millimeters up to six meters.

Monster from the depths of the oceans

Marine Worms in the north-east coast of Queensland, Australia:

Monster from the depths of the oceans

Moon jellyfish (Moon jellyfish) in the White Sea, Russia:

Monster from the depths of the oceans

jellyfish lion's mane jellyfish in the White Sea, Russia:

Monster from the depths of the oceans

The lion's mane jellyfish and moon:

Monster from the depths of the oceans

The lion's mane with long tentacles in the White Sea, Russia:

Monster from the depths of the oceans

Coral polyps in the Red Sea, Egypt. It is a class of marine invertebrates. Along with aquarium fish and plants, coral polyps contain aquariums. skeletal material of some species - coral - used in jewelry: