Russian fishermen have discovered an ocean animal that resembles fast food. 

Roman Fedortsov (39), is a commercial fisherman who scours the seas for mackerel, cod and haddock on commercial trawlers. He can sometimes go as low as three thousand feet below the surface. 

In doing so, the Murmansk-based fisherman reels in a variety of bizarre-looking sea creatures, the latest of which has been dubbed the ‘cheeseburger with teeth’ by people online who were stunned by its unique appearance.  

Even the main course came with a dessert. Fedortsov even brought another creature to the surface for you. 

Fedortsov has made a name for himself with his amazing photos of strange and fascinating sea creatures.

Fedortsov has discovered the majority of creatures found in North Russia’s Barents and Norwegian seas, as well as a couple of odd-looking animals deep under the Atlantic. 

The 'cheeseburger fish' - this deep sea find has been compared to a cheeseburger, a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle and even a chicken sandwich by viewers online thanks to its slimy, orange appearance

This deep-sea fish has been nicknamed the “cheeseburger Fish” because of its slimy orange appearance.

Anyone for dessert? This sea creature which at first glance appears to be a succulent jam donut was among the sea critters hauled to the surface by Fedortsov along with the 'cheeseburger fish'

Anyone for dessert? Fedortsov brought this sea creature, which initially appears like a jam donut, to the surface along with the “cheeseburger fish”.

Fedortsov discovered most of the creatures in the Norwegian and Barents seas in north Russia, but has also found a few strange-looking beasts in the depths of the Atlantic.

Fedortsov has discovered the majority of creatures found in North Russia’s Barents and Norwegian seas, as well as a couple of odd-looking animals deep under the Atlantic.

A scaled fish caught by Roman Fedortsov. He holds its head up to photograph it, with its eyes bulging. Fedortsov scours for cod, haddock and mackerel on commercial trawlers but also catches a variety of bizarre-looking sea creatures

A scaled fish caught by Roman Fedortsov. To photograph the fish, he holds it up with his head high. Fedortsov not only catches mackerel, cod and haddock on his commercial trawlers. He also captures a wide variety of strange-looking sea creatures.

These huge red beast has shocked viewers with its bulging eyes and what appears to be a huge, protruding organ

The huge, red-colored beast shocked the world with its large eyes and bulging organs.

Sea anemone: This creature is a striking shade of orange and its bulging white eyes give it the look of a cartoon character. Although they resemble flowers, sea anemones are predatory animals

Sea anemone: The striking orange color of this creature gives it the appearance of a cartoon character. Sea anemones, although they look like flowers, are actually predatory animals.

The jaw of one of Roman Fedortsov's deep-sea finds is shown prised open, displaying a row of jagged teeth lining the inside of its mouth, and another group of smaller teeth near the rear of its throat

The jaw of one of Roman Fedortsov’s deep-sea finds is shown prised open, displaying a row of jagged teeth lining the inside of its mouth, and another group of smaller teeth near the rear of its throat

Pictured: A cusk, a North Atlantic fish similar to a cod, is shown with its eyes bulging, along with a strange growth on its back

Pictured: A cusk, a North Atlantic creature similar to a cod, appears to have tentacles coming out of its mouth

Pictured is a pair of cusks. This North Atlantic fish looks remarkably like a cod. Fedortsov caught both cusks with their eyes bulging. Both cusks are shown with their eyes bulging after Fedortsov caught them. However, the left cusk shows a bizarre growth on its back while the right cusk looks like it has tentacles growing from its wide mouth.

The under-side of a gaping flatfish, half of which appears to have lost its scales. A skin-like colour is contrasted with its darker green-brown scales seen on the right, which also have specks of red and orange

Half of the underside of a flatfish with a gaping mouth, which has lost half its scales. Contrast this skin-like colour with the darker green-brown scales on its right which have also specks red and orange.

Pictured: Fedortsov holds a fish upside-down to photograph its underside, showing an unusual suction-like growth

Pictured: Fisherman Roman Fedortsov holds a creature he reeled in from the depths of the ocean, which looks like a sea centipede

Left: Roman Fedortsov holds a fish upside-down to photograph its underside, showing an unusual suction-like growth. Right: The fisherman shows off another creature he reeled in from the depths of the ocean, which looks like a sea centipede

These images stunned social media users as Fedortsov’s profile continues to grow in popularity.

Instagram users were curious and shared their curiosity in the comment section. More than 11,000 liked the post. 

One person commented: ‘Holy c**p I didn’t even realise that was a fish, while another added: ‘I thought this was the new chicken sandwich to eat at first’.  

Fedortsov has added two other items to his collection recently: an alien-headed fish and one that appears to have bizarre tentacles protruding out its mouth. 

An older fish with a slender appearance appears to have its teeth damaged by excessive use. These teeth are continually being replaced from the rear by new teeth.

He has made the online trawlerman a household name through his photographs.

Although he received many negative comments, he stated that he enjoyed all fish and didn’t agree with many who thought they were evil monsters.

He said, “In their individual ways all of these animals are beautiful.”

He is a fisherman who primarily fishes in the Barents Sea off Russia’s north coast. This sea opens to the Arctic Ocean. He also visits other areas of the globe, such as the Atlantic Ocean off Africa. 

This sea pike - which appears to be smiling as it shows its teeth - is among the newest batch of bizarre-looking sea creatures collected by fisherman Roman Fedortsov. Experts say that the pike can live for up to 25 years and catch other fish and small mammals

Roman Fedortsov discovered this sea pike, which looks like it is smiling while showing its teeth. It’s one of the most bizarre looking sea animals he has ever seen. The pike, according to scientists can survive for as long as 25 years. It is also capable of catching small mammal and fish.

Shrimp: This creature is small enough to fit in the palm of a human hand, but looks almost like a tree with limbs and antennae that appear like branches and roots

Shrimps: The shrimp is tiny enough to be held in one’s hand. However, it looks almost as if it were a tree. 

Wolf-fish v isopod: This sea creature was raised to the surface just after it had devoured a much smaller form of aquatic life. Experts describe the Atlantic wolf-fish as a 'fearsome-looking' species which is a rare catch for fishermen

Wolf-fish vs. isopod: The sea creature that had eaten smaller forms of aquatic life was just raised to the surface. Experts call the Atlantic Wolf-fish a “fearsome looking” species that is rare for fishermen. 

Black scabbardfish: This jet-black creature has its mouth open, showing off its impressive set of teeth. Experts describe it as a deep-water predator which sometimes live thousands of feet under the surface

Black scabbardfish – This black, jet-black creature is shown with its mouth opened and showing its amazing set of teeth. It is a deep-water predator that can live up to thousands of feet below the surface, according to experts. 

Starfish: This red-and-orange creature has also been among the Russian fisherman's batch of finds. Starfish are active predators and devour smaller forms of aquatic life such as mussels and clams, according to experts

Starfish: Another red-and orange fish that the Russian fisherman found was this starfish. According to experts, starfish are active predators that eat smaller forms of aquatic living such as mussels. 

This scaly creature is small enough to be held in a person's left hand, blue beady eyes contrasting with its predominant green

The scaly creature can be carried in the left hand of a person, its blue eyes contrast with its dominant green.

King crab: The photographer almost seems to be shaking hands with this terrifying-looking creature, believed to be a king crab which is one of the largest known crustaceans

King crab: It almost looks like the photographer is shaking hands with the terrifying looking creature. This crab, which is believed to be one of our largest crustaceans, was photographed by Alexis. 

A squid

Fedortsov discovered an amazing variety of creatures on his journeys. This includes this bright-blue-colored squid.

This creature's eyes almost seem as though they are looking imploringly at the person holding it after it was brought to the surface

The creature’s eyes look almost as if they are asking for help from the one holding it. 

This emerald-green fish is one of the sea creatures captured by fisherman Roman Fedortsov on his commercial trawling expeditions in northern Russia

Roman Fedortsov captured this emerald-green fish while trawling in the northern Russian commercial waters.

A stoplight loosejaw

This toad-like fish is among the odd-looking sea creatures trawled up in the boat's nets

Two unusual sea creatures were discovered on the ocean surface: a loosejaw at the stoplight and a toad-like dark green creature. Their mouths open wide to swallow larger prey. This is how the loosejaw got its name. 

Sea spiders: Creatures such as these walk on the ocean floor on their legs. This one is smaller than the size of a human palm

Sea spiders: On their legs, sea spiders walk across the ocean floor. The size of this one is less than a palm.

Puffer fish: This toothy specimen is one of a species of aquatic creatures which puff themselves up when threatened. The four large teeth are used to crush their prey

The Puffer Fish: A toothy species that puffs up when they are threatened. They use their four big teeth to crush prey.

An unidentified orange-yellow creature is held in the photographer's hand

A dark-green cusk, a North Atlantic creature similar to a cod

Photographed from left: Unidentified orange-yellow animal is in photographer’s hands; right: Dark-green cusk of North Atlantic creature, similar to cod

According to him, the large variety of creatures he found was proof that man has only explored a fraction of the ocean’s depths.

These images were shared by the photographer who is a specialist in processing fish and has a degree in marine science from Murmansk University.

One fisherman said, “All types of fish are beautiful in there own way.” They are not’scary or ugly’, I cannot say. He said that people are interested in strange sea creatures.

“Readers get the impression that we bring along unusual specimens of fish with every trawl,” the fisherman said. “In reality, it is not so. You are rare to find it.

“On the other side, even famous fishes can be photographed to make them appear to be monsters. He said that most of the fish raised do not survive because they are under different pressure. 

This creature with a domed head seems to have its mouth agape as it is held up for a photo after being raised to the surface

After being brought to the surface, this creature appears to be smiling as its domed head is raised.

Pale toadfish: This spotted red creature is one of a heavy-bodied species of toadfish which sometimes grow to 16 inches long

Pale Toadfish: The spotted-red creature can sometimes reach 16 inches in size.

Anglerfish: This deep-sea creature appears glossy black on top, with blue patches on its body and sharp teeth

Anglerfish – This deep-sea animal appears to be glossy black from the top with blue patches and sharp teeth. 

These creatures hardly look like animals at all, small enough that four of them can fit in a human hand like pieces of food

They don’t look at all like animals, and are small enough to fit into a person’s hand as pieces of food. 

Psolus phantapus: The photographer is wearing gloves to take this picture of a species of sea cucumber, which grow to have orange and white tentacles and can be as long as eight inches

Psolus Phanttapus: To take the picture of this species of sea cucumber (which grow orange-colored tentacles that can reach as high as 8 inches), the photographer was wearing gloves. 

A remora, which attaches itself to the undersides of sharks and rays to scavenge scraps that fall from their mouths

The remora attaches to the undersides sharks and rays in order to collect any scraps they drop from their mouths. 

The brown psolus is a U-shaped cousin of the sea cucumber. It attaches to rocks and has a rectangular sole on the left. 

Big boy: This creature - a big sunfish - is one of the larger catches on the trawler where it is pictured with two crew members

The big boy: A large sunfish, this creature is one of the largest catches aboard the trawler. It is shown here with two crew members

The brown psolus in the centre, a relative of the sea cucumber, shows its feeding tentacles

A relative to the sea cucumber is the brown psolus at the center, which shows its feeding tentacles

This horrifying unidentified cyclops dragged to the surface by the Russian fisherman may be a species of flatfish

The Russian fisherman brought this horrifying, unidentified cyclops to the surface. It may have been a flatfish species.

An unidentified sea animal, bright orange on top, which was caught in the nets of the Russian trawler from Murmansk

A brightly orange-colored sea creature, unidentified, was captured in the nets by the Russian trawler Murmansk

A close-up view of one of the unidentified bug-eyed fish caught in the trawler's nets

Close-up of an unidentified fish that was caught in the nets of a trawler

Another big-mouthed predator caught in the nets of the trawler, by a fisherman who studied marine science at university

A fisherman with a degree in marine science caught another big-mouthed predator in the nets from the trawler.