Scientific description: lophius Piscatorius Anglerfish mainly lives on muddy or sandy seabed near the shore and to blend at best it fully or partially covers itself with sand by digging the seabed with its strong pectoral fins. It remains still waiting for a prey and while it stays still, detecting it is virtually impossible. It mainly lives in the Atlantic Ocean and in the Indian Ocean, however it is also very common in the Mediterranean. Usually it is caught with trawls, but it can also be captured with long-lines. Anglerfish has very lean meat, rich in valuable minerals such as phosphorus, potassium and sodium. 100 gr of this fish's flesh provides only 63 calories, as it is very light and contains only small amounts of fat. It is very digestible both for children and adults.