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goblin shark image source The goblin shark (Mitsukurina owstoni) is a rare species of deep-sea shark. Sometimes called a “living fossil”, it is the only extant representative of the family Mitsukurinidae, a lineage some.

Creatures from Mariana Trench

Funny pictures about Strange creatures of the sea. Oh, and cool pics about Strange creatures of the sea. Also, Strange creatures of the sea.

20 Bizarre Animals That You Never Knew Existed animals animal animal pictures cool animals

20 Bizarre Animals That You Never Knew Existed animals animal animal pictures cool animals. The Mantis Shrimp can see 15 colors.

coconut crab  If you get a chance eat one. They are delicious and their "tail" there is coconut oil.

““ The coconut crab (Birgus latro) is a species of terrestrial hermit crab, also known as the robber crab or palm thief. It is the largest land-living arthropod in the world, and is.

scientists recently discovered the body of a giant sea spider like organism in antarctic waters. the origin of this species is unknown, and it is unclear whether or not there are more of these terrifying creatures roaming the oceans.

So not a sea Spider. More like alien facehugger! Seriously though, its a concept facehugger that they never used from alien

How and Where Sharks Attack - Surfers and swimmers are the most likely to be attacked by sharks. Sharks will most probably attack lower legs, upper legs or lower torso. Sharks have various attack strategies like hit-and-run, bump and bite, and sneak attacks. Enjoy the scary shark attack facts in the infographic! #shark #sharkattack #endangeredspecies

How and Where Sharks Attack

Shark attack is truly a terrifying experience for the victim. This infographic contains information and statistics on the relative risk of shark attacks. Find out how a shark attacks and prevent from being a victim.

Superman being pretty

Superman being pretty

shonilane: “thatchris: “ playful-nites: “ Things that make me giggle ” Clark deserves to feel pretty.

Sawfish- omg!! I had no idea these existed... Another reason not to go into the ocean!

It's a nope fish, in it's natural habitat, the NeverEverGoingThere river, in the middle of southwest NOPIDTY NOPE NOPE!