Blatheraxes are shapeshifting eels that live in the deepest depths of the ocean. They are able to stretch physical appendages from their malleable body and have been known to creatively lure curious divers to their deaths. Adult blatheraxes are typically around ten feet long and will wrap themselves around their prey in a spiral, squeezing tighter and tighter until the prey is crushed. They are extremely poisonous and have been known to consume sharks and other large predators that stray too deep into the ocean.
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