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    • What Lurks Below: Mysterious Deep Sea Creatures Caught Near Russia’s Shores
    • What Lurks Below: Mysterious Deep Sea Creatures Caught Near Russia’s Shores
    • What Lurks Below: Mysterious Deep Sea Creatures Caught Near Russia’s Shores
    • What Lurks Below: Mysterious Deep Sea Creatures Caught Near Russia’s Shores
    • What Lurks Below: Mysterious Deep Sea Creatures Caught Near Russia’s Shores
    • What Lurks Below: Mysterious Deep Sea Creatures Caught Near Russia’s Shores
    • What Lurks Below: Mysterious Deep Sea Creatures Caught Near Russia’s Shores
    • What Lurks Below: Mysterious Deep Sea Creatures Caught Near Russia’s Shores
    • What Lurks Below: Mysterious Deep Sea Creatures Caught Near Russia’s Shores
    • What Lurks Below: Mysterious Deep Sea Creatures Caught Near Russia’s Shores
    • What Lurks Below: Mysterious Deep Sea Creatures Caught Near Russia’s Shores
    • What Lurks Below: Mysterious Deep Sea Creatures Caught Near Russia’s Shores
    • What Lurks Below: Mysterious Deep Sea Creatures Caught Near Russia’s Shores
    • What Lurks Below: Mysterious Deep Sea Creatures Caught Near Russia’s Shores
    • What Lurks Below: Mysterious Deep Sea Creatures Caught Near Russia’s Shores
    • What Lurks Below: Mysterious Deep Sea Creatures Caught Near Russia’s Shores
    • What Lurks Below: Mysterious Deep Sea Creatures Caught Near Russia’s Shores
    A deep sea creature fished out off the coast of Murmansk.

    Roman Fedortsov, a commercial fisherman from the Russian city of Murmansk, took Instagram by storm as he continues to post photos of bizarre-looking creatures fished out from the depths of the sea.

    Each voyage undertaken by Fedortsov’s fishing vessel ends up with him posting photos of some of the more peculiar creatures caught by the ship’s nets.

    Despite his newfound fame in social media, Fedortsov treats his photos of deep sea denizens as a hobby rather than as a source of income.

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