Dragonfish have sharp, transparent teeth — making it tough for other deep-sea creatures to tell when they’re going in for a bite.
Combined with dark skin, the predator is nearly invisible when it hunts.
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Some crane fly larvae thrive in mossy environments, while others prefer streams or lakes.
The insects are covered in fleshy lobes, making them appear like caterpillars to trick predators.