Viperfish are a species of marine fish that live in bathypelagic environments inaccessible to humans, at depths of over 5000 feet, so very little is known about their habits. They can grow up to 24 inches in length and are characterized by long, fang-like teeth which they use to immobilize prey after luring them within range with light-producing organs called photophores.
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