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Ghouls are a type of fish that have been around for centuries

Choose from 36 items in our Ghoul Collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts


Ghoul Gallery: Spiny devilfish (Inimicus didactylus)
Spiny devilfish (Inimicus didactylus)
Ghoul Gallery: Here I Come
Here I Come
Ghoul Gallery: The Lantern Spectre by Katsushika Hokusai
The Lantern Spectre by Katsushika Hokusai
Ghoul Gallery: Lon Chaney in Rupert Julians The Phantom of the Opera (1925)
Lon Chaney in Rupert Julians The Phantom of the Opera (1925)
Ghoul Gallery: Green Skull With Monsters and Zombies
Green Skull With Monsters and Zombies
Ghoul Gallery: Bearded ghoul or Popeyed sea goblin (Inimicus didactylus)
Bearded ghoul or Popeyed sea goblin (Inimicus didactylus)
Ghoul Gallery: Do Spirits Return? Houdini says No - and Proves It, Lyceum Theatre, 1909
Do Spirits Return? Houdini says No - and Proves It, Lyceum Theatre, 1909
Ghoul Gallery: Charons Boat, or The Ghosts of the All Talents Taking their Last Voyage, 1807
Charons Boat, or The Ghosts of the All Talents Taking their Last Voyage, 1807
Ghoul Gallery: The Couple with the Bouquet, c1825-1877. Artist: Henry Bonaventure Monnier
The Couple with the Bouquet, c1825-1877. Artist: Henry Bonaventure Monnier
Ghoul Gallery: A Couple, c1825-1877. Artist: Henry Bonaventure Monnier
A Couple, c1825-1877. Artist: Henry Bonaventure Monnier
Ghoul Gallery: Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, American theosophist, c1874
Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, American theosophist, c1874
Ghoul Gallery: Injured Innocence, 1872. Artist: Joseph Swain
Injured Innocence, 1872. Artist: Joseph Swain
Ghoul Gallery: Adolphe the Alchemist, 1872. Artist: Joseph Swain
Adolphe the Alchemist, 1872. Artist: Joseph Swain
Ghoul Gallery: Halloween masks
Halloween masks
Ghoul Gallery: A summer conference at Oyster Bay
A summer conference at Oyster Bay
Ghoul Gallery: Let in the light
Let in the light
Ghoul Gallery: Next
Next
Ghoul Gallery: Drawings Prints, Drawing, Five Ghouls, Artist, Herbert E. Crowley, British, London 1873-1939 Zurich
Drawings Prints, Drawing, Five Ghouls, Artist, Herbert E. Crowley, British, London 1873-1939 Zurich
Ghoul Gallery: Ghoulfish - An evil member of the scorpion fish family. It's venomous spines can inflict a very
Ghoulfish - An evil member of the scorpion fish family. It's venomous spines can inflict a very painful wound
Ghoul Gallery: Us-Halloween-Ghouls
Us-Halloween-Ghouls
Ghoul Gallery: An eclipsing binary star known as Algol, or Beta Persei
An eclipsing binary star known as Algol, or Beta Persei
Ghoul Gallery: Illustration after George Cruikshank for the poem The Lay of St. Medard'
Illustration after George Cruikshank for the poem The Lay of St. Medard'
Ghoul Gallery: How did he hop, skip, bellow and roar, illustration after George Cruikshank
How did he hop, skip, bellow and roar, illustration after George Cruikshank
Ghoul Gallery: Illustration after George Cruikshank for the poem The Lay of St. Cuthbert'
Illustration after George Cruikshank for the poem The Lay of St. Cuthbert'
Ghoul Gallery: Illustration after George Cruikshank for the poem The Dead Drummer
Illustration after George Cruikshank for the poem The Dead Drummer
Ghoul Gallery: Illustration after J. Tenniel for the poem The Nurses Story, The Hand of Glory'
Illustration after J. Tenniel for the poem The Nurses Story, The Hand of Glory'
Ghoul Gallery: Les Lavandieres de la Nuit (The Washerwomen of the Night) c.1861 (oil on canvas)
Les Lavandieres de la Nuit (The Washerwomen of the Night) c.1861 (oil on canvas)
Ghoul Gallery: Hooded Ghoul
Hooded Ghoul
Ghoul Gallery: 32815-00019-662
32815-00019-662
Ghoul Gallery: 32815-00018-662
32815-00018-662
Ghoul Gallery: 32815-00017-662
32815-00017-662
Ghoul Gallery: 32815-00016-662
32815-00016-662
Ghoul Gallery: Demon stinger (Inimicus didactylus). Indo Pacific
Demon stinger (Inimicus didactylus). Indo Pacific
Ghoul Gallery: Demon stinger (Inimicus didactylus). Indo Pacific
Demon stinger (Inimicus didactylus). Indo Pacific
Ghoul Gallery: The Halloween trail at Thorp Perrow Arboretum in Yorkshire UK
The Halloween trail at Thorp Perrow Arboretum in Yorkshire UK
Ghoul Gallery: The Halloween trail at Thorp Perrow Arboretum in Yorkshire UK
The Halloween trail at Thorp Perrow Arboretum in Yorkshire UK

Ghouls are a type of fish that have been around for centuries. They are found in the deep waters of the ocean, usually near coral reefs and other areas with high concentrations of food. Ghouls have an elongated body, with a large head and eyes that protrude from their heads. They also possess two long tentacles which they use to capture prey.

Ghouls feed mainly on small fish and crustaceans, but they can also eat mollusks, worms, and other invertebrates. They use their tentacles to grab prey before quickly sucking it into their mouth with a powerful suction force. Ghouls are solitary creatures who prefer to hunt alone at night when there is less competition for food sources.

The most distinctive feature of ghouls is their ability to change color in order to blend in with their surroundings or scare away predators. This camouflage helps them hide from potential predators while they hunt for food or rest during the day time hours when visibility is low due to darkness or murky water conditions.

Despite being solitary creatures, ghouls can be quite social when it comes to mating season as they will form large schools during this time period in order to find mates more easily and increase their chances of successful reproduction. The female ghoul will lay her eggs on the seafloor where they will be fertilized by the male before hatching into larvae which will eventually grow into adult ghouls after several weeks or months depending on environmental conditions such as temperature and availability of food sources nearby.

Overall, ghouls are fascinating creatures that have adapted well over time in order to survive in some of the harshest environments on earth – deep sea waters!

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