Known as “Ugliest creature identified,” the Smooth Dreamer has a massive head with a gigantic, crescent-shaped mouth that is filled with sharp, translucent teeth angled inwards to prevent prey from escaping. Smooth Dreamers have roughly 25-51 teeth in the upper jaw and 33-53 teeth in the lower jaw. They are a dark grey to a dark brown in colour, blending in with the dark depths of the sea. The Smooth Dreamer has small eyes which are adapted to reflect blue light, but generally use their sense of smell for navigation.
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