Wacky Weekend: Freaky Sea Creatures

Dive in with the supremely strange ocean animals in the photo gallery below.

Most sea pens (they kind of look like old-fashioned quill pens, right?) can glow. The light they create—called bioluminescence—likely warns predators to go away.
Photograph by Mauricio Handler, Getty Images
The warty frogfish uses a lure attached to its head to attract smaller fish. When prey gets close, this creature sucks it up with just one gulp.
The warty frogfish uses a lure attached to its head to attract smaller fish. When prey gets close, this creature sucks it up with just one gulp.
Photograph by Birgitte Wilms, Minden Pictures