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Scientists discover a 400-year-old Greenland Shark

A team of international researchers using special technology says it has found that Greenland Sharks can live as long as 500 years, making this type of shark the longest-lived vertebrate known on Earth. 56 more words


Spectacular ‘Blue Tear’ Phenomenon Lights up East China Coastline

A beautiful natural scenery called the “blue tear” has appeared in the waters surrounding the county-level city of Changle in east China’s Fujian Province, attracting a wave of tourists and amateur photographers. 339 more words


10 Weird Looking Sea Creatures

10. Black Swallower (Chiasmodon Niger)
They have a special ability which is to swallow fish larger than itself. Specifically twice its size or 10 times its own mass. 1,033 more words


Never-Before-Seen Deep Sea Creatures in Puerto Rico [VIDEO]

Over 9,000 feet below the surface, off the coast of Puerto Rico, scientists saw some creatures for the first time ever. In April 2015, a team of scientists embarked on a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) expedition that captured incredible images of these deep-sea creatures. 24 more words


Zip me into your skin my love.

So I am one of those rare people who doesn’t like to be alone. I know, l know, most folks-even happily coupled ones, find this creepy. 858 more words


Scientists solves mystery behind how deep sea creatures survived Dinosaur-Killing Asteroid

“Our results show that despite a wave of massive and virtually instantaneous extinctions among the plankton, some types of photosynthesising organisms, such as algae and bacteria, were living in the aftermath of the asteroid strike,” said Heather Birch, a Cardiff University PhD, who led the study.

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'Trickle of food' helped deep sea creatures survive asteroid strike that wiped out the dinosaurs

A team led by experts at Cardiff University has provided new evidence to explain why deep sea creatures were able to survive the catastrophic asteroid strike that wiped out the dinosaurs 65m years ago. 551 more words