Well, nobody knows expect God, what lies underneath is very bizarre, from leafy sea dragons to monstrous worms. Therefore, for the time being, forget the zombie apocalypse, UFOs, ghosts, ghouls and aliens. Here is some of world’s strangest sea creatures revealed ever found. The lurking beneath the waves of the earth’s oceans is a range of creatures so terrifying and strange you wouldd think they have been created in the pages of a science fiction novel.

However, think mammals with flippers, furry crabs and big-fanged fish and an octopus that can change its appearance. Because some are gentle giants, others are small and venomous, but all are extraordinary looking. Most live deep down in the depths of the ocean and several have hardly been seen in the flesh by humans. From the blobfish which is also recognized as “the world’s ugliest animal” to the stargazer, which has eyes on top of its head, MailOnline Travel reveals some of the weirdest deep-sea animals and where they are hiding.

Christmas-tree worms are popular with their distinctive shape with underwater of their vibrant colour, these creatures live in the tropical waters of the Caribbean and the Indo-Pacific

Christmas-tree worms are popular with their distinctive shape with underwater of their vibrant colour, these creatures live in the tropical waters of the Caribbean and the Indo-Pacific

Flamingo tongue snail is a common feature of Caribbean & Atlantic coral reefs. Its vivid appearance much coveted shell collector’s animal within that produces the distinctive pattern & color

Flamingo tongue snail is a common feature of Caribbean & Atlantic coral reefs. Its vivid appearance much coveted shell collector’s animal within that produces the distinctive pattern & color

Pancake urchin, found across the Atlantic Ocean, boasts like spines, countless slimmer needles. These urchins are very fragile and when taken out of the sea will collapse flat

Pancake urchin, found across the Atlantic Ocean, boasts like spines, countless slimmer needles. These urchins are very fragile and when taken out of the sea will collapse flat

The blobfish, found in Australia and New Zealand, has been voted the 'world's ugliest animal' by Britain's Ugly Animal Preservation Society

The blobfish, found in Australia and New Zealand, has been voted the ‘world’s ugliest animal’ by Britain’s Ugly Animal Preservation Society

The deadly blue ringed octopus contains enough venom to kill 26 adult humans within minutes, measuring 12 to 26cm, found in the tide pools and coral reefs of the Pacific and Indian Oceans

The deadly blue ringed octopus contains enough venom to kill 26 adult humans within minutes, measuring 12 to 26cm, found in the tide pools and coral reefs of the Pacific and Indian Oceans

The fangtooth is a deep ocean predator Its long teeth does not miss a meal of fishes squid or shrimp found throughout the world in temperate and tropical ocean off the coast of Australia

The fangtooth is a deep ocean predator Its long teeth does not miss a meal of fishes squid or shrimp found throughout the world in temperate and tropical ocean off the coast of Australia

The frilled shark is the stuff of nightmares with frighteningly sharp teeth exists widely across the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, rarely been seen alive at the ocean's surface.

The frilled shark is the stuff of nightmares with frighteningly sharp teeth exists widely across the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, rarely been seen alive at the ocean’s surface.

The giant scale worm is native to the Antarctic and has the ability to roll its throat and jaws out of its mouth when it wants to feed

The giant scale worm is native to the Antarctic and has the ability to roll its throat and jaws out of its mouth when it wants to feed

The giant scale worm looks like something imagined for fiction, but this diminutive species is alive and kicking under the sea

The giant scale worm looks like something imagined for fiction, but this diminutive species is alive and kicking under the sea

The hatchetfish is found in the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans, deep sea creatures have the ability to create their own light through a process known as bioluminescence

The hatchetfish is found in the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans, deep sea creatures have the ability to create their own light through a process known as bioluminescence

the leafy sea dragon is named after the leaf-like protrusions that grow on its body as camouflage. Growing to between 20 and 24cm, it is a little larger than most seahorses

the leafy sea dragon is named after the leaf-like protrusions that grow on its body as camouflage. Growing to between 20 and 24cm, it is a little larger than most seahorses

The manatee is a peaceful marine mammal lives in the shallow coastal waters of the Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico, West Africa & the Amazon Basin. It uses thick paddle shaped flippers to move

The manatee is a peaceful marine mammal lives in the shallow coastal waters of the Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico, West Africa & the Amazon Basin. It uses thick paddle shaped flippers to move

The mimic octopus can change its skin colour and texture to blend in with a variety of deep sea environments and species,

The mimic octopus can change its skin colour and texture to blend in with a variety of deep sea environments and species,

The Napoleon wrasse is a huge reef fish, grow to over 6 feet in length, a gentle, friendly species found in oceans all over the world, but common in the Red Sea and the Maldives

The Napoleon wrasse is a huge reef fish, grow to over 6 feet in length, a gentle, friendly species found in oceans all over the world, but common in the Red Sea and the Maldives

The stargazer fish, found in the Red Sea and the Atlantic Ocean as well as waters surrounding Indonesia, is so called because of its eyes, which are perched on top of its head.

The stargazer fish, found in the Red Sea and the Atlantic Ocean as well as waters surrounding Indonesia, is so called because of its eyes, which are perched on top of its head.

The viperfish lives in the North Atlantic. It has fangs so large they don't even fit in its mouth, making it a deadly predator

The viperfish lives in the North Atlantic. It has fangs so large they don’t even fit in its mouth, making it a deadly predator

This white-spotted jelly fish is also known as the floating bell. Found in oceans surrounding Australia and the Indo-Pacific, this species likes warm water and eating shrimps

This white-spotted jelly fish is also known as the floating bell. Found in oceans surrounding Australia and the Indo-Pacific, this species likes warm water and eating shrimps

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