Many deep sea fish are Bioluminescence, with extremely large eyes adapted to the dark.
Some consider it strange that sea fish may live in the lake at all.
Some deep sea fishes' eyes cloud up from the change in pressure when they are brought to the surface.
I read that the levels of mercury in sea fish, from pollution, are at danger level.
This applies also to many deeper sea fish, who live in a world of darkness.
Most of what I've read/seen about deep sea fish was recorded by human beings in ways I can see and understand.
But throwing back into the sea dead fish that have already been caught and are good for the table is surely the opposite of sustainability.
What about Stenness, do you ever get the sea fish coming.
His ship was held like a slim, deep sea fish on a heavyweight line.
That is something we love about Maine - the wonderful shellfish and sea fish.