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    Atlantic Ocean Floor Map. Groundbreaking map of the ocean floor created by technician Marie Tharp and Professor Bruce Heezen, image via The Earth Institute, Columbia University. Together, Marie and Bruce rewrote 20th century geophysics by creating the first systematic, comprehensive map of the entire ocean floor. This paved the way for general acceptance of the theories of continental drift and plate tectonics.

    Spanish Dancer Jellyfish

    Where two seas of different densities collide in Alaska. Amazing.

    A beautiful Sight, Beluga Whales Migration, Nunavut Inlet, Canada

    ripple on the ocean floor

    Wierd looking squid all like look at me



    This shot of narwhals by Paul Nicklen. "One of the most unique, special and elusive species I have ever had the pleasure of photographing is the Narwhal. The tusk just happens to grow out of a 16 foot long whale that lives in the Arctic ocean. With my friend and fellow pilot, Brian Knutsen we were able to find hundreds of these whales living way offshore in the drifting pack ice."

    Starfish walking back to the water on Flagler Beach--alien creature in an alien world.

    National Geographic | December 1988

    Spotted Boxfish

    A squid egg sac -- which may contain as many as 200 embryos -- takes the shape of a rhomboid. Photo by William Tan.

    Who knew there was a Rainbow Mantis Shrimp?! Let alone the fact that they see the world in 11 or 12 primary colors! (photo: Aleksandr Marinicev)

    Bubble Coral

    Little squid by Fabien Michenet- Creative Review - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014

    Strange Deep Water Creatures | ... Caught at 500m was this deep-sea anglerfish, also known as a seatoad

    Cool coconut octopus: Look no further than the floors of the western Pacific Ocean to find this stunning cephalopod in action, which is known for displaying atypical behavior for sea creatures, including walking the ocean floor on two legs.


    Montipora digitata Also known as Velvet Coral. They can be found in the shallow waters of the Indo-Pacific and Red Sea.

    Ocean Floor, Australia