10+ Terrifying Creatures Of The World That'll Make You Say 'Ohh-Fish' 

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10+ Terrifying Creatures Of The World That'll Make You Say 'Ohh-Fish' 
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Mother nature is beautiful no doubt, but at the same time, it is as ruthless and harsh as a father. It's full of mysterious and magnificent creatures that vary from being wonderful to bizarre, fabulous to weird and what not. However, the most fascinating and puzzling ones are those who live in the deep sea. As the world calls them, they are underwater creepy and uncanny species.

Almost three-quarters of the earth's surface is covered with water, that equals to approximately 71 percent of our planet's land. And if we talk about the oceans, then 96.5% of the earth's water belongs to them.   

Seas hide inside strange living beings, which are still waiting to be explored by humans. And the fact is that we've explored 5% of the oceans, which means millions of species inside the ocean are still waiting to be explored by us.         

Well, it's a tough task; but don't worry.  

Well, it's a tough task; but don't worry.  

We at WittyFeed have compiled the list of terrifying underwater creatures that will make you say 'Ohh-Fish'.  

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Flatworms.

Flatworms.
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When Flatworms mate, both of them use their bifurcated penises to fence one another. The winner is the one who stabs other with its penis, while the loser becomes female.  

Cymothoa exigua or tongue-eating parasite.

Cymothoa exigua or tongue-eating parasite.
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Inside the dark water, exists a world, which none of us can imagine. There's a parasite called Cymothoa exigua, which enters fish through gills and then attaches itself to the tongue.   

Cordyceps.  

Cordyceps.  
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This is what happens when the parasitic fungus replaces all the tissues inside tarantula, a spider. Some species can control the mind and turns ants into zombies, which spread the infection.    

2-metre long Octopus.

2-metre long Octopus.
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A Blanket-Octopus is the super villain of the underwater world. It can rip-off anything with its tentacles.   

Horror of hairy frog.

Horror of hairy frog.
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When threatened, these frogs actively break its own bones to produce claws that puncture their way out of the toe pads. The scientific name for this breed of frogs is Trichobatrachus Robustus.       

Fulmur chiks.

Fulmur chiks.

If threatened, Fulmar chicks release stinky, orange and sticky fluid from their mouth. The oil acts like a glue. After sometime when it gets free of the stickiness, the predator goes into the water to wash, only to find that it has lost its buoyancy.   

Pyura Chilensis. 

Pyura Chilensis. 
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It's not strange that it looks like a rock, what's more strange is that this animal is immobile and survives by sucking water.    

Testicle Eating Fish. 

Testicle Eating Fish. 
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If you thought that it is a human mouth, then I'm sorry. This is a testicle eating fish, which has teeth like humans.   

Spider-tailed viper.

Spider-tailed viper.

Spider-tailed horned viper is a species of viper on which researches were made in 2006. The head looks like any other viper, but the tail is like a spider, which has a bulb-like end to it.   

Venus flytrap.

Venus flytrap is a carnivorous plant, which is found in the United States. It catches prey and insects.   

Shark eating shark.

Shark eating shark.
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With over 500 species to their name, sharks are one of the most dangerous fishes, which humans may come across.    

Octopus opeing the lid from inside. 

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That's all, folks!     

Are they not fascinating?