Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Deep-sea-creatures---Deep-water-decapod-27MDHUHOQWRP.htmlConceptually similarTrawling Documentation in the Pacific OceanGP01AK1Completed★★★★Deep sea creatures - Whipnose anglerGP1SWPS4Completed★★★★Lobster in ItalyGP012CCCompleted★★★★File ClamGP1SWPU0Completed★★★★★★Lake Baikal documentation (Winter)GP016V8Completed★★★★Lake Baikal documentation (Winter)GP0SRGCompleted★★★★Lake Baikal documentation (Winter)GP0MCHCompleted★★★★FulmarGP03C0GCompleted★★★★Lake Baikal documentation (Winter)GP015F4Completed★★★★View AllGP1SWPS6Deep sea creatures - Deep-water decapodDeep-water decapod (Sergestes larva, decapod crustacean). The larval crayfish of the genus Sergestes has finely branched antennae that allow it to float in the free water column. Adult Sergestes crayfish are able to prevent shadows from being cast in the twilight by means of weak bioluminescence (self-produced light) on the underside of their bodies, thus camouflaging themselves from predators lurking below. The intensity of their glow is adapted to the current amount of light coming from above.Date:20 Nov, 2007Credit:© Solvin Zankl / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5100px X 3387pxRestrictions:GREENPEACE USE ONLY. NO SALES. THIRD PARTIES OUT. CREDIT MANDATORY.Keywords:Animals-Deep sea mining-KWCI (GPI)-Nature-Oceans (topography)-Outdoors-Plankton-Underwater shotsShoot:Deep sea creatures (Photos by Solvin Zankl)Various images of deep sea creatures.