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5 of the ocean's weirdest-looking creatures

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Deep sea spiders live on the ocean floor (some 2300 feet deep) and can grow nearly 3 feet wide.

The ocean sunfish or mola mola is one of the heaviest bony fishes.

Male anglerfish attach themselves to the females and live as sperm sacs.

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Comb jellies are cannibals.

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Sawsharks use their saw-like snout to rip prey to shreds.

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