Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Deep-sea-creatures----Common-fangtooth-27MDHUHOQTH4.htmlConceptually similarDeep sea creatures - Oxygyrus keraudreniGP1SWPRGCompleted★★★★Deep sea creatures - Sea butterflyGP1SWPRFCompleted★★★★Deep sea creatures - Triplewart Sea DevilGP1SWPRICompleted★★★★Deep sea creatures - Whipnose anglerGP1SWPS4Completed★★★★Deep sea creatures - Glass octopusGP1SWPRECompleted★★★★★★Umbrella Snail in the Mediterranean SeaGP018YZCompleted★★★★A Snail SpecimenGP01KH6Completed★★★★Nudibranch and Coral in EgyptGP036CICompleted★★★★Deep sea creatures - Helmet jellyfishGP1SWPS7Completed★★★★★★View AllGP1SWPRJDeep sea creatures - Common fangtoothImage of a captive Common fangtooth (Anoplogaster cornuta), Deep Sea fish in the Atlantic Ocean close to Cape Verde. The teeth of the fangtooth fish Anoplogaster cornuta are the longest known – in relation to the body – in marine fish. They are so long that the fish can only close its mouth by stowing them in two cavities to the right and left of its brain.Locations:Atlantic Ocean-Cape VerdeDate:7 Dec, 2015Credit:© Solvin Zankl / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5400px X 3594pxRestrictions:GREENPEACE USE ONLY. NO SALES. THIRD PARTIES OUT. CREDIT MANDATORY.Keywords:Animals-Deep sea mining-Fish-KWCI (GPI)-Nature-Oceans (topography)-Outdoors-Snails-Underwater shotsShoot:Deep sea creatures (Photos by Solvin Zankl)Various images of deep sea creatures.