Roman Fedortsov, a deep-sea fisherman based out of Murmansk, Russia, catches some strange looking creatures.
Fedortsov told CBS News that he takes pictures of fish that get caught in his net that don't get processed. He started posting the strangest of his finds on Twitter and Instagram, to his followers' delight ... and terror.
This fish looks like it came from the Upside Down of "Stranger Things."
Something about this reminds us of "The Shape of Water."
Look at that frown. Fedortsov described this as a "sad unusual fish."
One commenter on Instagram joked, "Ramen noodles... yum..."
Speaking of hunger...
Sure, this looks like a nightmare now, but breaded and deep fried, it might be quite appetizing.
You can almost hear him whispering, "My precious!"
We're not sure what's going on here, but this is a real dream-haunter.
Fedortsov remarked that this fish appears to have a "shoe's sole on it's head."
Red and dead
This fish has seen better days.
No smoking, sir
An Instagram user said this fish looks like "a cobra smoking a cigarette."
This faceless fish is the stuff of nightmares.
And here's another one
Gotta catch 'em all.
Fedortsov hypothesized that this fish, caught in the Norwegian Sea, might be a "genetic freak."
Smile for the camera
This fish would have taken a selfie, but it doesn't have hands.
Beauty and the beast
"For me, all fish are beautiful," Fedortsov said of this opalescent creature.
One commenter wrote, of this cheerful-looking specimen, "I relate to this on every level."
Another Instagram user commented, "This looks like my sister."
And you thought the spiders on land were terrifying...
"Looks like a sock puppet," noted one commenter on Twitter.
"This reminds me of an ex-girlfriend," one Twitter user joked.
"Why do we search for aliens outside the Earth?" one Twitter user asked. "We have got enough."
Nightmare made real?
Fedortsov write that this fish is an example of "the reality of a nightmare."
Fedortsov calls this a goblin shark.
Breakfast? No, thanks
One Twitter user asked: "You gonna eat it for breakfast or something?
Fedortsov said if he takes the picture at the right angle, "ordinary fish will look like a monster."
This is an American plaice, according to Fedortsov.
Fedortsov compared this fish to a zombie.
Maybe look away
"Nervous people better not ... look," Fedortsov says.
It's a shark?
Fedortsov says this is a type of shark.
"Not only terrible creatures live in the sea," Fedortsov writes about this little guy.
First rule ...
"The first rule of Fight Fish club is you do not talk about Fight Fish club," Fedortsov posted humorously with this picture.
"Cheshire Cat. My Sea Edition," Fedortsov says.
"The ocean is full of horrors," a Twitter user commented.
Fedortsov said this is a shark and called it "beautiful."
One Twitter user said this critter looks like a Pokémon.
"I'm never stepping foot in the ocean again," a Twitter user commented.
Some who commented on this photo thought this critter was "cute."
"Well, that looks a little prehistoric," a Twitter user noted.
What is that?
"What is this I'm looking at?" one Twitter user asked of this distinctive-looking fish.
A boot print?
"Fish with a boot print on his forehead," Fedortsov said.
Pirates of the Caribbean
"Pirates of the Caribbean. Beginning. My version," Fedortsov writes.
"Fish from hell"
One Twitter user commented that this looked like a "fish from hell."
"The Twilight Zone"
A Twitter user said this fish evoked memories of the "The Twilight Zone."
"What a lovely fellow," one Twitter user said of this toothy specimen.
What big eyes ...
"'What big eyes you have,' said little red riding hood," one Twitter user commented.
"A horror movie"
"It looks like something from a horror movie," a Twitter user responded to this photo.
Fedortsov called this mouthy creature "friendly."
"Please tell me that's not an animal," one Twitter user remarked.
Fedortsov says this is a catfish, and calls it "beautiful."
Deep sea, high voice?
"That fish looks like it fits a tenor voice," one Twitter user mused.
One Twitter user thought this guy was pretty "cute."
"Dino" in disguise
"Dinosaurs did not die off," Fedortsov writes. They are "simply disguised."
And then she said what?!
"The face I make when someone spills good gossip," a Twitter user joked.
Fedortsov says this fish is a sea robin.
Fedortsov says this beauty was caught in Morocco's fishing zone.
More than slightly terrifying
"Not slightly but very terrifying," a Twitter commenter wrote.
"Looks delicious," a Twitter user joked.
This was another critter that a Twitter user compared to a Pokémon.