[quote]An unidentified creature was filmed in the deep ocean. A remote camera underwater recorded the mysterious blot.The creature was never seen before, and speculators suggest everything from a jellyfish to the remains of a whale placenta.Although, at first glance, the description of a jellyfish is meaningless, because organs and appendages has not seen in a jellyfish.They also believe it could be a whale placenta, but the hexagonal shapes in the skin are a mystery.If it’s a jellyfish, which could be a Stygiomedusa Gigantea which can grow to six meters in length, were seen only some 114 times in 110 years, so the details of this theory are scarce.Another suggestion is Enigmatica Deepstaria, other jellyfish, rarely studied, which like most of this type is colorless, but reported having a stomach brown, with the passages in the stomach are ‘somewhat irregular edges, forming a lattice ‘.This could explain the marks on the upper hexagon of the creature. These brands carry a commentator on the Snopes website, who opine that “it is simply a fishing net’.This mystery was uploaded to YouTube on April 27 this year, and apparently was filmed two days before, although the poster did not leave any other details about the sighting.[/quote]
Makes me wondering what is left to be uncovered in the oceans deep crevasses.
I fucking love the ocean. I'm terrified of fish but there's always something new waiting for us deep down there
Looks like a gigantic jellyfish.
That is cool, just imagine getting caught in that thing when you're swimming.
I'm usually terrified by deep sea creature but this one is freaking beautiful.
There's tons we still dont know about the ocean. Its like a weird living blanket.
It is a flatwormsquidjellyraybinbagfish
OvB summoning ritual complete.
Apparently it might be a discarded whale placenta.
"Whale placenta" was not a mental image I ever needed to have, let alone an actual image.
I love deep ocean creatures so much.
And I'm scared shitless by them.
[QUOTE=Scrimp;35891930]That is cool, just imagine getting caught in that thing when you're swimming.[/QUOTE]
Looking at the size of it, I'd probably shit myself. A gigantic, living net that is steadily wrapping itself around me. No thanks.
Still an oddly majestic creature.
It's a ghost!
It looks like a fishing net to me...
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holy shit it doesn't look like a fishing net anymore!
thats terrifying, looks like an extra terrestrial lifeform.
I can honestly say that if I ever saw that while swimming, I would shit my pants.
That's one dirty plastic bag!
It doesn't really look alive. Seems to be moving with the current.
It's still creepy.
This is why I think the ocean is cooler than space
Looks like a giant piece of plastic trash.
It's a discarded whale placenta.
What the fuck am I looking at? When did evolution decide that THAT thing is a winning design?
they have clearly stumbled upon one of Terry Crews' condoms
[QUOTE=JeanLuc761;35891967]A gigantic, living net that is steadily wrapping itself around me. No thanks. [/QUOTE]
Finally, I was getting tired of tentacle porn.
Looks kind of like an octopus of some sort.
[QUOTE=Prez;35892083]It's a discarded whale placenta.[/QUOTE]
With a baby's head in it
[QUOTE=Gyrodine;35892106]What the fuck am I looking at? When did evolution decide that THAT thing is a winning design?[/QUOTE]
Evolution is based on the ability to survive in your enviornment.
Apparently enormous, fluttering bedsheets are quite good at living in the deep ocean.
The weird tail at the end makes the whale placenta thing seem viable, but it also means it might be some bizarre new thing unrelated to anything we know of.
This is a whale placenta.
Ocean's are so cool man. There's so much stuff we don't know. I remember watching this documentary with David Attenborough but he went to a lake or something small like a lake, and named 5 totally new species. That's how much we don't know. There's a small fish that lives like 3 miles below surface, they've been seen very few times, imagine what's left.
This is a whale placenta.[/QUOTE]
oh god now i understand the motivation of the japanese whalers
Well that explains what happened to my satin bedsheet.
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