深海龍首魚 Bathypterois _ MZ11
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. Usually standing on the bottom of the sea, the pelvic fins become rigid and powerful as a tripod
. The open fins on the head act as sensing organs to find nearby prey and enemies
. When moving and swimming, the fins will instantly relax and compress, allowing the Bathypterois to shoot out.
. Skull is stiff and streamlined due to acclimation to momentary acceleration
. When swimming, the detection fins will be flat against the body of the fish, and will be stretched out when standing.
. The head is very sharp and has a beak-like mouth, which is presumed to pierce the prey at high speed to feed, or to drive away the predator