1. Sarcastic fringehead
This fish tricks you into thinking it's just a normal, ugly fish. Then its face goes all Predator on you, and your last thought before you die is how you wish Alien Vs. Predator had been a better movie.
Hey! Let's combine a spider with a scorpion to make a single NNNNNNNOOOOOOPE. These things hunt at night — you know, when you're asleep. And vulnerable.
3. Cthulhu larva
Also known as Scotoplanes, sea pigs, or, in my mind, "fuck right off please, fuckity bye." Cthulhu larva eat by extracting food particles from the ocean floor, but nothing will convince me that these things won't suck my brain out if given the chance.
4. Goblin shark
You'll say, "Ha ha, you stupid shark, I'm too far away for you to bite me!" And the goblin shark with its protrusible jaw is like, "THINK AGAIN, FOOL."
5. Giant centipede
They eat snakes, lizards, bats, frogs, mice, and small birds. If you find one of these in your house, I'm sorry, but it's the centipede's house now.
6. Promachoteuthis sulcus
IT'S A SQUID WITH GODDAMN, MOTHER-EFFING TEETH.
7. Star-nosed mole
8. Deep-sea hatchetfish
They're called hatchetfish because their bodies are shaped like hatchets, and it's probably a better name than "soul-eating fish of the damned." Guys, Ursula's garden from The Little Mermaid is REAL.
9. Wrinkle-faced bat
Even Dracula would take a look at these fruit-eating bats and be like, "NO THANK YOU, GOODBYE."
10. Barreleye fish
This fish's head is frickin' see-through. You can just... see... right in there. Oh, and those two black dots that you think are their eyes? THOSE ARE THEIR "SMELL ORGANS." Their eyes are the green orbs inside their head, because, remember, THE FISH'S HEAD IS SEE-THROUGH.
11. Snub-nosed monkey
Scientists may claim these monkeys' noses evolved to protect against frostbite, but I'm not fooled: That's fucking Voldemort.
12. Fangtooth fish
These toothy nightmares live deep down in the ocean, and their teeth-to-body ratio is the biggest of any fish known to man. THE BETTER TO TASTE YOU WITH, MY DEAR.
13. Giant isopod
They're the gigantic ocean relatives of the woodlice, and they can live for years without light or food. That's because they're only fueled by one thing: REVENGE.
14. Wolf spider
Don't even think about trying to squish a wolf spider, because all of those little, pulsating spots on the spider's back? THOSE ARE HUNDREDS OF WOLF SPIDER BABIES. Gggyyyyeaahahhh.