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Cyclothone sp.

Physical Characters : Bristlemouths are well camouflaged. When deep sea animals look up toward the ocean's surface, they see other animals overhead as dark shapes against a lighter background. But by lighting two rows of photophores on its underside, this deep sea fish avoids casting its shadow on predators below��and can virtually disappear. These are having size upto 3 inches (8 cm).

Distribution : Mostly these are distributed in midwater (2,297-3,281 feet, or 700-1,000 meters).

Food : These are mainly eating animals ranging in size from copepods to small fishes (including other bristlemouths).