Paxton's Whipnose - deepsea anglerfish with a huge lure
First footage of deep-sea anglerfish pair
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True Facts About The Angler Fish
The whipnose anglers are a family, Gigantactinidae, of deep-sea anglerfishes. The family name is derived from the Greek words gigas, meaning "big", and aktis, meaning "ray". They are distinguished by the presence of a remarkably long lure, which may be longer than the body of the fish.
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