In a creepy video fit for a scene in a horror movie, nightmarish "bugs" that almost look like lobsters emerge on the seafloor to attack the corpse of an alligator, using their mandibles to break through the scaly skin and start feeding on the juicy insides. The carcass is lying a mile and a quarter (2 kilometers) down on the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico, and the football-size … [Read more...] about Football-Size ‘Bugs’ Feast on an Alligator in This Creepy Deep-Sea Video
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An undulating ribbon of silver surprised divers near northern New Zealand in October — but not so much that they couldn't get it on video. The resulting film shows a floating "feather boa" of the sea, properly known as a pyrosome. The 26-foot-long (8 meters) tube is not a single creature, according to The Washington Post, but rather a colony of tiny creatures called … [Read more...] about Divers Surprised by Gorgeous ‘Feather Boa’ of the Sea. And the Video Is Glorious.
Meet the real-life "chicken of the sea": a strange, pinkish-red creature with a body like a plump-breasted and decapitated chicken, earning the creature the name "headless chicken monster." In truth, it is neither a chicken nor a monster. It's the swimming sea cucumber Enypniastes eximia, and scientists recently captured video of this bizarre, hen-mimicking swimmer in the … [Read more...] about Bizarre ‘Headless Chicken Monster’ Drifts Through Antarctic Deep
Tech & Science A team of research scientists has spent nearly four months aboard the Exploration Vessel Nautilus, searching the Pacific Ocean for everything from shipwrecks to meteorites. But even these seasoned professionals couldn’t help but be astounded by the weird and wonderful jaws of a gulper eel recently caught on camera. Credit: E/V Nautilus Recommended … [Read more...] about Watch: Mysterious Deep Sea Eel Inflates Jaws Like a Balloon, Astounds Researchers