...finally finished, is checking out my facebook page.

Yesterday my High school class decided to finally make a group, and they spent the evening with spamming it with pictures. You can imagine how many stuff I had to check out...

But, I'm not angry. Not at all. It was actually great to spend a few hours trying to guess when and where was each picture taken. There are quite a few I don't even remember happening, and boy, we were different back then!

It was really strange to see pictures of myself with HUGE hair for instance. I can't even imagine myself now with a hair like that... long and all over the place.

And it was just 4 years ago!

Anyways... In case you don't read the movie blog I also write for, go check it out now! This week we watched The Shawshank Redemption, and it was freaking awesome. At least for me it was! But, you can read everything I thought about it there, so now let's get down to business.

Since I know how much you guys like weird stuff, here are some really ugly fishes for your entertainment.

1. Viperfish

A viperfish is a deepwater fish in the genus Chauliodus, with long, needle-like teeth and hinged lower jaws. They grow to lengths of 30 to 60 cm (12 – 24 inches). Viperfish stay near lower depths (250–5,000 feet) in the daytime and shallow at night. Viperfish mainly stay in tropical and temperate waters. It is one of the fiercest predators in the very deep part of the sea and is believed to attack its prey by luring the victim close to itself with a light producing organ. (Wikipedia)

This aquatic demon is able to curve its fangs behind its head so it can close its freaking mouth.
It can also live up to 40 years!

2. Mola Mola

I swear this one looks like it's not even from this planet. I mean, just look at it! First off, it's HUGE. An average adult weighs about 1000kg (2200 lb). They are as tall as they are long, when their fins are extended. It's main diet consists of jellyfish, of which it has to eat tons, to develop and maintain its size. Its main enemies are orcas, sea lions, and sharks.
Also, in Japan it's considered a delicacy, while in Europe it's illegal to even sell it.

3. Oarfish

This huge ass fish can grow up to 17 meters (56 ft), and it's so elusive, they were mostly only studied when their carcasses wash up on the beach. It's natural habitat is in the Gulf of Mexico, and until now it was caught on tape only a couple of times, the first time being in 2001. Due to its size it's associated with many sea serpent tales.

4. Gulper eel

Residing 10,000 feet deep, Gulper Eels are the deranged mutant cousins of normal eels. They are the pythons of the sea, with mouths large enough to consume things larger than itself.
In spite of its gigantic mouth, it is believed that the gulper eel's diet consists mainly of small crustaceans. Since the eel has very tiny teeth, it probably does not eat large fish on a regular basis. The large mouth may be an adaptation to allow the eel to eat a wider variety of prey when food is scarce. It can also be used like a large net. The eel can swim into a large groups of shrimp or other crustaceans with its mouth wide open, scooping them up as it goes.

4. Barreleye Fish

Okay, I have actually no idea why this even exists. The Barreleye Fish is also know as spook fish, and it's named for its barrel-shaped, tubular eyes which are generally directed upwards to detect the silhouettes of available prey; however, they are capable of directing their eyes forward as well.
It belongs to the Opisthoproctidae family, which is derived from the Greek words opisthe ("behind") and proktos ("anus").

5. Blobfish

Okay, I believe I already showed you guys this one in another post. These fishes live somewhere around Australia and Tasmania, at depths between 600–1,200 m (2,000–3,900 ft) where the pressure is several dozen times higher than at sea level. Their flesh is primarily a gelatinous mass with a density slightly less than water, which allows them to float above the sea floor without expending energy on swimming (talk about lazy!). They are currently facing extinction because of the seep-sea fishing. (And judging by their expressions, they do not approve it!)