A Russian deep-sea fisherman tweets photos of the wild things he finds while exploring the depths of the ocean.
So there’s a deep-sea fisherman named Roman Fedortsov who works on a fishing trawler out of Murmansk, Russia. He finds things during the course of his day – things that somebody much more skilled in marine biology than I am might even have a hard time naming. And then he tweets photos of them.
I, on the other hand, think, “awwww!” First of all, I would much prefer to see these beauties remaining in the deep dark sea from which they came. But if we are going to be given the chance to see such incredible creatures, I say we slip out of our squeamish species-centric frames of mind and embrace the others. Even if they do look a bit … different.
Regardless, here are some of my favorites. What do you think? Aren’t they wonderful? Given the challenges of living in the deep sea, I think they've adapted admirably.
Хороших выходных, сухопутные)! pic.twitter.com/wvMxczSjw4— Роман Федорцов (@rfedortsov) December 17, 2016
If you'd like more of these creatures in your daily life – and who wouldn't?! – follow Fedortsov on Twitter.