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Joshua Lambus - pelagic animals

joshua lambus dives three to five miles out from hawaii’s big island at night, dropping about sixty feet below the surface, sans tether, with another ten thousand vertigo inducing feet below him, in.

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Luminous creatures: Glowing deep sea creatures photographed by Joshua Lambus

These underwater portraits of creatures who inhabit the sea are filled with such character and life. Hawaii-based photographer Joshua Lambus documents the amazing detail of many aquatic species,.

PREVIOUSLY AWKWARDSITUATIONIST

ScienceAlert This incredible photo by Joshua Lambas shows an extremely rare behaviour - an octopus carrying the severed tentacles of a Portuguese man o' war to use as weapons.

THE LIFE NEUROTIC WITH STEVE'S ISSUES

joshua lambus dives three to five miles out from hawaii’s big island at night, dropping about sixty feet below the surface, sans tether, with another ten thousand vertigo inducing feet below him, in.

modern monsters sightings | ... often mistaken for sea monsters when they are found dead every year

Unidentified creature found on beach. This strange unknown sea monster washed ashore on an unknown beach. What is this strange animal? This picture was sent .

Leaf Oyster aka ZigZig Oyster (Lopha folium)

Zig zag oyster, anemone / Perhentian Islands, Malaysia Photo by Arne Kuilman

The life of a fisherman is no joke as it entails long hours at sea and battles with mother nature which include terrifying waves and an unforgiving sea. And if that alone is enough to keep you ...

The Monstrous and Terrifying Deep-Sea Discoveries of a Russian Fisherman

Russian Deep Sea Fisherman Shares the Alien-Like Fish He Catches in the Ocean

2 waterbears

(You just never know what is in your water.) Two water bears (or tardigrades) microscopic, water-dwelling creatures

transluscent

Photo: Squid Squid A nearly translucent squid glows in reds and purples. There are nearly 300 different species of squid, found in oceans worldwide.

Most cephalopods (like octopus and squid) go through a paralarval stage that can look very different from the adult, although both share arms with suckers and large eyes for visual hunting. Paralarvae are generally semi-transparent, but have some photophores that allow them to change appearance very rapidly.

Deep-Sea Oddities From the Census of Marine Life

From the Census of Marine Life . Most cephalopods (like octopus and squid) go through a paralarval stage that can look ver.

Check it out!

this creature here is a Blanket Octopus defined by the long transparent webs that are connected to the arms of the adult female octopus.

Common Lion fish (looks more like it should be called a 'Rabbit Fish'