Is there a monster deep in the ocean?
Recent expeditions have found myriad creatures living out their lives at the bottom of the sea-floor. Xenophyophores, amphipods, and holothurians (not the names of alien species, I promise) all call the trench home.
Why are deep sea creatures scary?
Why Do Deep Sea Creatures Look So Scary? Anna Rothschild of Gross Science explains how different it is at the bottom of the sea: Food can be scarce, there’s tremendous ocean pressure, and it’s dark.
What is the creepiest Creepypasta?
The creepypasta with the most total combined shares to least were:
- The Russian Sleep Experiment (64,030 total shares)
- Squidward’s Suicide (37,298 total shares)
- The Rake (13,223 total shares)
- Psychosis (7,428 total shares)
- Abandoned by Disney (7,149 total shares)
- Smile Dog (7,120 total shares)
What is the craziest thing in the ocean?
From giant Lego men to rubber ducks – here’s a list of the weirdest things found in the ocean.
- An ancient computer. When snorkellers explored a shipwreck off the island of Antikythera in 1901, they did not expect to discover an ancient computer.
- Giant Lego man.
- Locomotive graveyard.
- Robot hand.
- Rubber ducks.
What is the scariest creature in the ocean?
Blue-Ringed Octopus. The little blue-ringed octopus isn’t as physically imposing as some of the other critters on this list.
What creatures live in the deep ocean?
Sicyases sanguineus. This animal lives off the coast of Chile and Peru and is known locally as a ‘frogfish’ (see photo above).
What is the rarest deep sea creature?
While the exact rarest sea creature is a bit hard to determine, several marine animals are found extremely rarely. Some of those include the black swallower, the northern stargazer, the frilled shark, or the blobfish.
What are some weird sea creatures?
This weird sea creature made the lists because of its strange appearance and even stranger eating habits. The Goblin Shark is one of the ugliest creatures to have been roaming the ocean depths in search of victims for the past 100 million years.