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Strange Sea Creatures

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( This post was last modified: 01-26-2016, 10:32 PM by parvez )

I have been watching many interesting youtube videos since months. But now I got opportunity to share them here. 
It is said that only a little part of ocean is known to man. Seeing these videos, it certainly appears to prove those words.
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USS STEIN MONSTER.
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[video=youtube]http://https://youtu.be/Gl0XrQmkPm0[/video]
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I remember watching a video on YouTube about mermaids spotted on the rock, it was said to be in Israel, look pretty realistic to me, but somehow, I can't find the original video, all there is left is a edited version of that video with commentary.
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(03-09-2016, 10:07 AM)Selachimorpha11 Wrote: I remember watching a video on YouTube about mermaids spotted on the rock, it was said to be in Israel, look pretty realistic to me, but somehow, I can't find the original video, all there is left is a edited version of that video with commentary.

Yes I too saw it, they were reportedly spotted in many areas across the world. There are many secrets unknown to common man. For some reasons, they are hidden in scientist's books or other things.
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The green humphead parrotfish is the largest specy of parrotfish, growing to lengths of 1m50 and weighing till 75 kilos. Pacific ocean near the Samoas and the great barrier reef.



A more "aseptised" depiction:


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Just a fish which likes swimming the open mouth, sieving the plancton... More information on the Instagram link.

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Alex Mustard: " Black and white. I love the smaller creatures of Caribbean reefs. I’ve logged 84 dives so far this year and all have been within a 300km radius on Caribbean reefs. These are two photos of the same splendid juvenile spotted drum in Cuba. They were only a couple of frames apart on my camera. One photographed against sand, the other against open water. What a contrast. "





Alex Mustard: " Arrow blennies are one of my favourite Caribbean reef fish and common on my recent trip to Cuba. They hunt their prey by floating over the reef with their take cocked over ready to send their streamlined body shooting forward to the target - like an arrow! "



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Alex Mustard: " Another odd bod! This is a toadfish (of eastern frogfish as it is know locally in Australia). A face only a mother could love. Or I should say father! Toadfish are rare amongst marine fish in looking after their young, the males protecting them in burrows. Lacking the dispersive larval stage that most marine species have, toadfish have limited distributions, perhaps best know is the splendid toadfish - found on around the small island of Cozumel island off Mexico. "




Alex Mustard: " Alien. Sea moths are bizarre fish, scuttling over the seabed. I decided to make this one look stranger still, using a low camera angle on this ocean weirdo! "

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Alex Mustard: " Camouflage. A tasseled anglerfish conceals itself amongst sponges. I love the diversity of fish and the weird and wonderful shapes they have evolved into. "





Blairgowrie is a seaside village at 87 km from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
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The deep sea really gives me the creeps. Just knowing that more than 80 percent of the ocean is left undiscovered makes me wonder what else lies beneath the deep sea....
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