Russian Deep Sea Fisherman Shares Photos Of His Most Bizarre Discoveries

Published December 21, 2016
Updated August 25, 2017
Weird Thing
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

Hideous Teeth
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

Blob Fish
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

Spirit Animal
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

Beer Fish
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

Open Mouth
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

Coral
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

Spider Crab
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

Eel
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

Starfish
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

Sea Cuke
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

Bloodeye
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

Squid Pink
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

Sting Ray
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

Me Again
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

Bonkers
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

Spotted Green White
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

Me
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

Fish Turquoise
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

Cute Thing
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

Big Eyes
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

Thing
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

Big Thing
Twitter/Roman Fedortsov

If you think terrestrial life these days is crazy, that's only because you haven't seen what's going on underwater.

Russian deep sea fisherman Roman Fedortsov has been making the rounds on social media recently with the photos he has taken of his truly bizarre underwater finds.

According to The Moscow Times, who first shared Fedortsov's terrifying Twitter uploads with the masses, the fisherman is based in Murmansk, a port city in northwest Russia. And where your average Josef might squirm at such findings, Fedortsov instead finds amusement, as demonstrated by his captions.

You can check out our favorite Fedortsov finds above, or view them all on his Twitter feed.


Can't get enough terrors of the deep? Check out some more bizarre underwater creatures. Then, have a look at the huge mystery sea creature that baffled scientists when it washed ashore in Mexico earlier this year.

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