Mayonnaise jar found at bottom of ocean grows sea life

A deep sea fisherman has revealed his latest bizarre catch – an old mayonnaise jar left on the ocean floor to become home to sea life.
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A deep sea fisherman has revealed his latest bizarre catch – an old mayonnaise jar left on the ocean floor to become home to sea life.

Roman Fedortsov, a trawler in Murmansk, Northwest Russia, devoted his career to searching for unknown and undocumented creatures.

He spends months of his life at sea, sharing snaps of frightening fish with his 650,000 followers on Instagram (@rfedortsov_official_account).

Pictured: Some of the other weird sea creatures caught by Roman Fedortsov. (Credit: Jam Press)

His latest catch, however, is something slightly different.

Sharing a video of the jar, Roman revealed it had grown various types of sea life.

He found it at the bottom of the Barents Sea, located off the coasts of Norway and Russia.

He said: “It did not break down and became the home of the sea.”

The video garnered 1,700 likes.

One user commented: “That’s pretty cool, very surprised it never broke.”

“Sea nipples!” another person joked.

“Damn, people s**t everyone with their waste,” said someone else.

Another user added: “There probably was an octopus living in there!” [sic]

Roman made headlines last week after discovering a bizarre-looking fish with human-like teeth.

Pictured: The glass jar found at the bottom of the ocean. (Credit: Jam Press)

Roman identified it as a type of wolf eel, sharing the creepy video with his followers, where it garnered 198,000 views and 7,800 likes, as well as thousands of comments.

In the clip, the Eel can be seen lying flat, before Roman opens up its mouth, and shows off the fish’s crowded jaw.

The post was captioned: “You can never have too many teeth.

Especially the toothy teeth!”

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