Mine would probably have to be an octopus. I swear those things arrived here on Earth years ago from out of space lol. It’s creepy the knowledge octopus are capable of having and their ability to open jars to either escape or to catch their food and their ability to escape through drains.
I love octopi. they're such incredible creatures. I'm a scuba diver, so I've seen quite a few critters, from tiny crabs to luminous jellyfish to big sharks. the scariest to me are the jelly fish - they sting!!! the creature I do not wish to encounter is the sea snake - their bite is almost always fatal, and well. .snake.. Eels are cool though. Weird right?
Probably an octopus or squid. There is no getting away from them. Fish and even sharks don't have 8 arms that can grab you and crush you or pull you into their mouths and eat you. Tentacles are an added freak factor to sea creatures for me. As if they needed more of an advantage. Plus, they're extremely smart.
Octopus and Squid are very aggressive fish or animals and can't fit thru or in drains cause they don't have much of bones if any., a Fish that creeps me out would be something like a sting ray, cause they bury themselves in the ocean floor alot of times,one of the most fascinating is the sea stars or star fish
The octopus is fascinating, and unique, and might as well be an extraterrestrial transplant... Big sharks take the prize for me, though. I've never had an incident with one, or know anyone personally that has; but the thought of them being in the same water with me creeps me out.
I love most sea creatures but I worked at an Aquarium for 6 years so I'm biased. Octopuses are a favorite, they are so smart and curious. They would come up and say hi when we fed them. I could do without some of the multitudes of creepy worms there are in the ocean though.
I love observing most animals and plants while not eating the semi-sentient species. ...the animal that creeps me out the most is the xian, muslim, hindu, buddhist, jain, sikh, jew and animist animals while most Atheists here make me proud of our critical thinking brains inside our skulls empty of faiths