Nature delivers the greatest Zen masters in learning how to live in the now.
Perhaps not the most attractive fish in the ocean, but definitely an interesting one. Its luminescent organ, called the esca, is lit by symbiotic bacteria that dwell in and around it.
The organ lures a prey in dark, deep-sea environments. The beak, that stretches over the complete width of the fish, falls opens up while sucking in the water.
Including the prey.
The esca also serves to call males’ attention to the females to facilitate mating.
At all time
it is I who can decide
who to be.
Watch the first anglerfish on camera here.