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Creatures from The Mariana Trench. The Abyss. Amazing creatures! Some fascinating some from your nightmares. The ocean is truly amazing!

Creatures from The Mariana Trench

Creatures from The Mariana Trench. The Abyss. Amazing creatures! Some fascinating some from your nightmares. The ocean is truly amazing!

Sun fish are the largest bony fish in existence, measuring up to 10' across and weighing 5,000 lbs. Their favorite food is jellyfish. They have no tail. At night they often come to the ocean's surface for hours at a time, barely moving. Also called Mola Mola, as well as, Opa. McC

Sun fish are the largest bony fish in existence, measuring up to 10' across and weighing 5,000 lbs. Their favorite food is jellyfish. They have no tail. At night they often come to the ocean's surface for hours at a time, barely moving. Also called Mola Mola, as well as, Opa. McC

The Greatest Spoiler of Humanity's History...don't believe in this shit and prolly is fake but it's still got a lot of thoughts going. Imagine if we just started over like they did. And imagine humans being planted different places and then evolving in different ways, but actually we are from the same seed...pretty cool!

The Greatest Spoiler of Humanity's History

The Greatest Spoiler of Humanity's History...don't believe in this shit and prolly is fake but it's still got a lot of thoughts going. Imagine if we just started over like they did. And imagine humans being planted different places and then evolving in different ways, but actually we are from the same seed...pretty cool!

deep sea fish - It's stomach can hold victims up to 4x it's size

deep sea fish - It's stomach can hold victims up to 4x it's size

Science doesn't know too much about the viperfish, since it lives as far as 5,000 feet below the ocean's surface. What we do know is that it's relatively small, usually only growing up to about a foot long. ~j

Science doesn't know too much about the viperfish, since it lives as far as 5,000 feet below the ocean's surface. What we do know is that it's relatively small, usually only growing up to about a foot long. ~j

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