Megamouth Shark: Since its discovery in 1976 this extremely rare species of deep water shark has rarely been seen by human eyes and as of yet there is still no consensus in the scientific community as to how to actually classify it.
Viperfish: While during the day it stays in deep water, at night it has been known to venture into shallower territory and into the nets of deep sea fishermen.
The Black Swallower: Also known as the great swallower, the capacity of this little monster to engulf and digest things 10 times larger than itself should not be underestimated.
Fangtooth: Although it has an intense sounding name the fangtooth is actually quite small and harmless to humans. Terrifying…but harmless.
Goblin Shark: Not much is known about this deep sea dweller as only a few specimens have ever been caught by fishing boats, but those rare catches have been enough to earn it a fearsome reputation.