The shimmering abyss ocean inspired dice
/r/TheDepthsBelowDevil rays jump out of the water to get rid of parasites, find mates, communicate and socialize according to some scientists. When they gather, the sound of splashing can be perceived miles away, attracting more rays. All 9 species of mobula rays are known to leap in such acrobatic displays.
/r/TheDepthsBelowThis technically counts doesn't it.
/r/TheDepthsBelowFrom the Depths: These incredible creatures are the Blue glaucus
/r/TheDepthsBelowSea Gull gets Sea Gulped by a tuna
/r/TheDepthsBelowEver seen a bull shark with a mustache?
/r/TheDepthsBelowPrehistoric sea predators could be largest that ever lived.
/r/TheDepthsBelowAn Ornate Eagle Ray
/r/TheDepthsBelowWhat is in the depths below?
/r/TheDepthsBelowThe depths below is scary and so beautiful at the same time
/r/TheDepthsBelowSaltwater Crocodiles and Sharks eating a whale
/r/TheDepthsBelowThat’s bound to rub along someone’s leg and *shivers*
/r/TheDepthsBelowWhat is this ~7cm living creature found on a rocky beach in the Puget Sound. No visible tentacles...is it a sea slug, cucumber or what? Google not helping me.
/r/TheDepthsBelowWe all float down here
/r/TheDepthsBelow🔥 20ft Great White Shark off the coast of Hawaii 🔥
/r/TheDepthsBelowThe thought of not being able to find your way back...
/r/TheDepthsBelow🔥 The Eyes and Teeth of a Scallop
/r/TheDepthsBelowBack in 2019, I joined a research mission to colombia. Super tough, super fun! All for increasing our understanding of the marine world
/r/TheDepthsBelowSomething to calm your mind
/r/TheDepthsBelowStrangest fish ever found in deep sea
/r/TheDepthsBelowShark attacks a baitball
/r/TheDepthsBelowI would “simply” have a heart attack
/r/TheDepthsBelowSome co-workers refuse to practice social distancing
/r/TheDepthsBelowSwift and Silent
/r/TheDepthsBelowI drew a picture of the depths
/r/TheDepthsBelowOcean sunfish or Mola Mola, one of the heaviest bony fishes in the world. Adult weigh between 247-1000kg (545-2,205lb). It typically swims at depth of 600m (2,000ft) in tropical and temperate waters.
/r/TheDepthsBelowA hermit crab uses a sea anemone as defense against predators
/r/TheDepthsBelowWhat else is lurking?