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The lancetfish is a predatory, serpent-like fish with huge eyes, long fangs, and a skinny, scaleless body, originating from prehistoric times.

Found in warmer tropical waters, lancetfish have been migrating north, occasionally washing up on Oregon beaches, puzzling scientists.

Not commercially fished, lancetfish have gelatinous flesh, unappetizing to humans but favored by predators like sharks, tuna, and fur seals.

Lancetfish have a slow digestive system, allowing scientists to study their undigested prey, providing insights into deep-sea marine life.