The way angler fish reproduce is actually pretty cool.The female is the larger of the two.So the male bites into the female and feeds off her until they grow into them.Once they are a part of them they secrete the sperm and the female gets pregnant.The male then dies and becomes extra flesh.The female then lays eggs and after so many months they hatch.
An angler is a person who fishes with a hook and line, or an angler fish.
The Angler Fishes defence is hiding in the deep from their predator
A person who fishes is called an angler. It begins with the letter a.
Not exactly. Angler fishes live on the bottom of the ocean, so I don't think a barracuda would be able to swim that far down.
illicium or esca
fish like angler fishes produce light in deep oceans to attract small fishes
To see and attract fish in the dark
Sharp teeth and dark skin.
Like most fish, angler fishes lay eggs. They give birth in deep ocean water, where it is very dark. The male latches onto the female and stays that way.
All the Angler fishes eat worms,earthworms,slugs and thing they find in water.
Arawana, Auratus, Angel, Albatross, Angler
by laying eggs
Angler fish. Also, some octopi can glow.
Mostly in the very deep waters of the Atlantic oceans and the Indian oceans.
they jump out of the water as the bird swoops in for food and snap he is the fishes dinner
I believe it is a chemical/biological reaction. A desire to catch and eat its prey. The light attracts inquisitive creatures and the angler fish gobbles them up.
anadromous fishes - live in ocean reproduce in freshwater or catadromous fishes - live in freshwater but reproduce in saltwater amphidromus fishes - move between fresh and saltwater for non-reproductive reasons
The angler fish usually live very deep in the sea so the fish need light for to find it way.it also help the fish to attract small fishes to eat.