The unusual orange creature, called sea toad, lives in the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico and has evolved to move freely around the ocean floor. In the program, the audience can see the picture of it moving on the muddy seabed deep in Antarctica with short and thick leg shaped pectoral fins. It is reported that the fish can reach up to 12 feet (about 3.66 meters) in length, which is common in the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific continental slopes with a depth of 3148 meters.
Sir David Attenborough, a 91 year old TV producer, said: 'these fish are ambush hunters, they have huge mouths and enough patience. They have lived so long that fins have evolved into more useful feet to help them roam the seabed;. '