This absolute unit of a great white shark
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Punk rock shrimp.... caught this little guy out of Valdez Alaska... anyone know what he is?
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Jelly fish deep in the water!!
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you are free to go
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An octopus hunts and turns blue
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Jelly fish found deep in the ocean!!
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Enormous 2000kg Great White shark chokes to death on sea turtle In a world where sharks - and especially Great Whites - are unduly feared because of the influence of Hollywood movies like Jaws. ,even if it was taken out by a turtle). In them, the shark's bloody mouth and razor-sharp teeth are clear
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Great white shark chokes to death on a sea turtle: 4,500-pound beast is found tangled in netting off of Japan
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Water Feline Feeding
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Cought in crayfish cage at 40m depth
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Its not the scariest one on this sub but i saw this murky water while on a walk today at the park and got lost staring into the eeriness of it and thought others here might agree
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No Thank You
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Boop...hehe bye.
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🔥 Rare one in a million chance to see Migaloo the white humpback whale
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Killer whales learn terrifying new skill as they kill great white sharks by squeezing them ‘like tubes of toothpaste’ to extract their livers
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Bye bye bye
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The Five Deeps Expedition successfully dived to the deepest point in the Indian Ocean, in the Java Trench. During one dive, what is believed to be a new species of Jellyfish was recorded on video.
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What came out of the green
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Paralyzed
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The Strange Pyrosome, a Superorganism Capable of Growing 70+ ft Long
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No no no no no
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Well that was unexpected.
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I think dolphins are cute, but I would be traumatized
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A Great White Shark Preserved In Formaldehyde In An Abandoned Wildlife Park
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The snout of a cornetfish accounts for almost 25% of the fish's length
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No thanks...
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Tickle Tickle
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Diver casually chilling on the Ocean floor surrounded by Sharks
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🔥 This is a 392 year old shark that was recently discovered in the Arctic Ocean. This guy was wandering the oceans back in 1627 🔥
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