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'Punk Rock' Sea Snail Gets Named After The Clash's Joe Strummer By Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute

A sea snail that lives in the depths of the Pacific near hydrothermic vents has been named in honor of late The Clash lead vocalist and guitarist Joe Strummer. 209 more words


Monterey researchers take first-ever known video of mysterious black seadevil

Published November 22, 2014


Research team captured first-ever video of a rarely-seen denizen of the deep called the black seadevil while conducting a dive in Monterey Bay, Calif.  228 more words

Humor And Observations

What the people of the Amazon know that you don’t

‘…Let’s move to the western Amazon, which is really the epicenter of isolated peoples. Each of these dots represents a small, uncontacted tribe, and the big reveal today is we believe there are 14 or 15 isolated groups in the Colombian Amazon alone. 371 more words


Monterey Bay Submarine Captures Elusive 'Black Seadevil' Anglerfish On Video

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – The spooky deep sea creature that nearly lured in Marlin and Dory with his bioluminescence in the Pixar film ‘Finding Nemo’ has been captured on video by researchers at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute. 197 more words


Creepy-looking 'seadevil' fish seen in deep sea for first time

WATCH: Sightings are rare – but looking at the “Black Sea Devil” angler fish is enough to give anyone the creeps. It’s been captured on video only a few times. 198 more words


Black Seadevil captured on camera for the first time

One of the creepiest looking fish in existence, the black seadevil, has been captured on film for the first time.

In the video, which was posted on YouTube by the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI), the gruesome creature is seen swimming at a depth of 1,900 feet, while showing off what appear to be a pretty terrifying set of gnashers. 172 more words


‘Black Seadevil’ Captured On Film During Deep Sea Dive

MONTEREY (CBS13) — This little guy is aptly nicknamed the “Black Seadevil.”

He was captured on film by researchers with the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute after during a dive into Monterey Canyon off the coast of California this month. 132 more words