No, anglerfish typically do not live in a pelagic zone. They are deep-sea dwellers, often found in the bathypelagic or abyssopelagic zones, which are below the photic (surface) zone. Pelagic zones refer to the open oceanic zone, above the seafloor, and this is not where anglers are usually found.
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