Colored socks with a pattern of "fish" are called "Cute Anglerfish", but this fish has another name - sea devil, which no less accurately describes its appearance and character. Anglerfish are so called because they have a lighted, dangling lure that looks like a fat, juicy worm. The anglerfish entices prey close with the glowing lure, then pounces. The anglerfish's glow comes from luminous bacteria that live in its lure. Using a muscular skin flap, a deep sea anglerfish can either hide or reveal its lighted lure. By pulsing the light and moving the lure back and forth, they successfully attract pelagic crustaceans, fishes, and other prey. In some anglerfish species, the male is much smaller than the female. The relationship between the sexes is also peculiar. Once the male finds a suitable mate, he bites into her belly and latches on until his body fuses with hers. Their skin joins together, and so do their blood vessels, which allows the male to take all the nutrients he needs from his mate's blood. The two fish essentially become one! “What the devil!” you say and you are right. These socks with a fish pattern are nevertheless incredibly attractive and comfortable. JNRB socks are made of high quality cotton with a small addition of synthetic threads to ensure that colored socks retain their magnificent colors for a long time.
80% cotton, 17% nylon, 3% spandex
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