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The Art of Seduction

If Looks Could Kill...
Discover the latest weapon.
Notice the long luminescent sacs lure just forward of the dorsal fin?

It is to entice prey and get them
to be within striking distance.

Deep Sea Angler fish
Cryptopsaras couesi



Only some
can see the ocean...

and the
magic that lies...

Those who open
their hearts...

and unlock
their mind...

Will see beauty
and treasure lies...

Mermaids dance
dolphins prance...

A place
where not
many know...

and few
dare to go...

Lessons in Love
An experience. An invitation.


  Secrets of the Deep
Only 200 years ago, it was generally assumed that
the deep sea was void of life.  The deep seas were comparable to deserts; it was believed that no animal life existed at depths greater than 400 to 500 meters.

In the bituminous blackness of the deep sea...

...fishes develop glowing bioluminescence organ that dangle from their body as alluring fatal attraction to unsuspecting prey.

Deep sea anglerfish Melanocetus johnsoni

are produce through chemical reactions
and usually blue or blue-green, as light of these wavelengths
penetrates the furthest through water.

Equip with nature's equivalent of a fishing rod, the glowing bioluminescent filament organ dangling atop its head, acts as
a lure to... unsuspecting prey, which meet a nasty end in
its ferociously fanged jaws.

Ceratioid anglerfish of the genus Lophodolus


Essence of Passion
The Royal Chamber
 of Forbidden Love

Art of Seduction Enticing prey
with Seductive tentacles

Fatal Attraction Narcotic
spiked Poisonous snack



The Ceratioid anglerfish
differed from the two known species in the genus by the structure of the form of its head spines and the placement of the lure at the tip of its head and was assigned to the family Oneirodidae, genus Lophodolos.

The ‘lure’ structure, known as the ‘esca,’ is a primary character used to differentiate species.
Scientist to be credited: Tracey Sutton

As deep water fish evolved. They sport protruding structures or "rods" that have a bioluminescent lure at the tip of their head structures that allow the fish to lure its prey closer to its mouth. Others keep their mouth open, so that unsuspecting victims will follow the lure and swim in to be captured.

Most deep sea dwellers such as "The Ceratioid anglerfish" stomachs, are lined with black tissue to keep any glowing prey they ingest from attracting other predators.

Creatures in the deep sea are often few and far in between. Predators must either be very efficient, or capable of lasting long periods without food.

A number of deep water species, such as the Black Swallower (Chiasmodon niger) stomachs are often larger than the fish itself and capable of storing food.


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