We all know that the deep sea domain can be a spooky place to be, but encountering one of the guys we're about to present you with would likely give you a heart attack. There's just something about those eyes bound to creep your heart out. You still can't resist checking them out, so make sure to take a look at some of the scariest sea creatures with spooky eyes. Photos courtesy of Mbari.
A never-before captured deep sea battle between a squid and an owlfish has recently surfaced online, giving us a unique glimpse of what goes on in the ominous domain of the world's deepest oceans.
The story of a 160-foot (49 m) giant squid washed ashore on the California coast has officially been confirmed as a hoax.
A freakishly huge 160-foot giant squid (49 m) was washed ashore on California coast earier this week, with the scientific world attributing the creature's unnatural size to the so-called "radioactive gigantism."
One of the nature's most elusive and dreaded creatures, the infamous giant squid, was finally filmed on tape for the first time ever.
The mysterious sea waters provide habitat for some of the most extraordinary creatures on planet. Some of them are big, some are small, others are creepy, but the ones we are about to focus on are poisonous, very poisonous.
Not exactly something you hear of see everyday, the remains of a missing sailors were found inside of a tiger shark caught just off the coast of Jaws Beach in Bahama, the filming location of one of the Jaws movie sequels.
As one of the most well known inhabitants of the deep sea, dragonfish became easily recognizable with it's protruded jaw and giant, fang-like teeth.
It can be found as deep as 5.000 ft (1.500 m) and despite the dreaded look, is not much of a threat to humans.
If you tend to surf the web once in a while, there is a good chance you came across a video of a man being struck down by a killer whale while entering water.
Meet Lolong, the biggest crocodile in the world!
Caught in the town of Bunawan in the Philippines, this giant was measured at 20.24 feet (6.17 meters) with a weight of 2,370 pounds (1,075kg).