For a long time, fish used their fins to move around in the water. However, deep in the Gulf of Mexico there is a strange orange fish that can walk on its unusual legs. It is a sea toadfish that typically lives on the continental slopes of the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans at depths over 3,100 m.
In addition to the ability to swim, sea toads can also walk using their pectoral fins which have turned into paws. Therefore, they often use this advantage to hunt on the seabed.