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Hong Kong Blue Glow a Toxic Bloom

The fluorescent blue glow in the waters off Hong Kong is an algal bloom called Noctiluca scintillans. Photo / AP

Eerie fluorescent blue patches of water glimmering off Hong Kong’s seashore are magnificent, disturbing and potentially toxic, marine biologists say. 56 more words

World News

First Ever Footage Of Terrifying Deep-Sea Fish

Anglerfish are most well-known for the bioluminescent protrusion off the heads of females. As light is scarce in the deep sea, prey are attracted to the light, and they quickly get eaten. 110 more words

Marine Life

Project: Anglerfish - A "facelift" for our antagonist

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Seeing that I haven’t posted anything for quite some time now, I thought I could just aswell give you a little update on the ongoing… 101 more words


How to win the company costume contest!

Have you ever just woken up one day and declared “I will win this year’s costume contest!”? I did just that, last June. See, I work at a company that has a fair share of artists and creative folk and we had an annual costume contest. 958 more words


A New Creation

My daughter got a really cool book for Christmas about ocean creatures. It’s a photicular book created by Dan Kainen and written by Carol Kaufmann called Ocean. 719 more words


‘Ghostly’ Snailfish goes deeper than any living fish is known to have gone before...filmed At 26,000-Plus Feet [Video]

Inquisitr: The world’s deepest fish has been filmed at more than 26,000 feet under the ocean’s surface. According to the Mail Online, the ghostly snailfish was recently found in the very deep waters of the Mariana Trench in the Pacific Ocean. 213 more words