Unusual Creatures of the Japanese Sea

Masha Egupova

by Andrey Shpartak by Andrey Shpartak

This is Chirolophis Japonicus that lives in the Japanese sea in the Russian Far East. Despite its scary look, this fish isn’t scared of divers. You can even touch it or feed it, if you’re lucky enough to meet it in shallow waters.

This fish enjoys eating octopus and its legs in particular. The fish may reach 70 cm in length. Its yellow horns allow the fish to hide between seaweed and stones on the seabed.

by Andrey Shpartak by Andrey Shpartak

And here is a poor octobus bitten by Chirolophis Japonicus.

by Alexandr Semenov by Alexandr Semenov

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