This fisherman from Murmansk shared some of the strange things caught in his net. This is why I don’t swim in the ocean!
Edward Grant Middleton from New Jersey found something strange in Raritan Bay, a 47 cm long flounder that somehow managed to survive despite the fact that another creature had apparently taken a sizeable bite from it. Tough little fish!
Go fishing with your dad, they said… it will be fun, they said.
When the bathroom fish died, its owners sent it into Fish Valhalla with style.
Things like this is why the internet was invented.
We know more about the surface of Mars than we do about what’s in our own oceans… probably because of the animals we’re about to show you here. I mean… I’m not going in the ocean to studies these things, are you?
When The New World Mall in the capital city of Thailand was closed up after some building violations, an arsonist set the place ablaze and destroyed the roof. After a while, rainwater flooded the basement and started to cause a mosquito problem and so, the residents from around the neighborhood released fish into the basement to combat the pest problem. The fish have since been fruitful and multiplied turning the mall into a surreal aquarium.
Just when you thought it was safe to go into the water… Spiders are well known as the eight-legged NOPE! of the world, preying on insects and other small animals, but did you know they also have an affinity for seafood? These monsters live all over the world from the US to Australia, South America and Europe.
It was recently estimated that we have only discovered one fifth of all the animal species on the planet and, with a largely unexplored ocean surrounding all of us, it’s not hard to guess where most of them are hiding. Seriously, look at these freaks.
Every now and then a story crosses my desk and I wonder to myself, “Is this really the type of story I want to repeat?” This is one of those stories! Aren’t you lucky?