Ryan Gouin

Ryan Gouin

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fluorescent anemone - Gallery - Glow-in-the-dark sea creatures light up the deep - Image 3 - New Scientist

Most fluorescent marine creatures have been found in shallower water, for instance this tube anemone, Cerianthus membranaceus from the Mediterranean Sea.

The "sea angel", a swimming sea slug, is most beautiful of the deap sea animals he snapped -- not exactly a tough contest to be fair. Mostly transparent, the sea angel's internal organs appear to glow brightly in the image.

The "sea angel", a swimming sea slug, is most beautiful of the deep sea animals he snapped -- not exactly a tough contest to be fair. Mostly transparent, the sea angel's internal organs appear to glow brightly in the image.

This incredible picture of a squid, taken by Joshua Lambus, in Hawaii reveals the glowing creature that is just a few centimeters in size. It was found in water more than 7,000ft deep, off the coast of Kailua-Kona.

These underwater portraits of creatures who inhabit the sea are filled with such character and life. Hawaii-based photographer Joshua Lambus documents the amazing detail of many aquatic species,.

monster of the sea

z- F- HP Lovecraft - Squid- 'Kraken- Tentacles of Deep', 2006 {Duplicate Variation Below- this is brown}

sea monster. Creepy. Scary. Horror. Vacation pics. Boobs.

A kraken is a humongous sea monster that attacks ships and sailors and gobbles them up. Luckily, the kraken is a mythological creature.

This photo of a squid, taken in Indonesia, appears to show the large pigment cells (chromatofores) used by squid to flash and change colour—fantastic! ~Colors by Lea's UW Photography, Flickr

This photo of a squid, taken in Indonesia, appears to show the large pigment cells (chromatofores) used by squid to flash and change colour—fantastic! ~Colors by Lea's UW Photography

Giant Octopus/Kraken On A Raging Sea Vintage by EraPrints on Etsy

If this isn't quite the ur-Kraken of illustration history, it's one of them, reproduced countless times when sea monster depictions are required. The source is Histoire naturelle, générale et parti.