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Sea Snake swallowing a big eel in whole

Video features a banded sea krait swallowing a big whole moray eel as big as it is. This video is taken by a diving instructor...
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Sea slug (Nudibranch) eating another sea slug

Sea slug is the common name of Nudibranchs coming under the phylum Mollusca. Video showing a sea slug of the genus Gymnodoris predating on...
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A fish that walks on its legs

  Chaunax pictus, commonly called as pink frogmouth is a sea toad of the family Chaunacidae. It is found around the world on continental shelves...
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Sea turtle thanks divers for rescuing

  Colin Sutton and Cameron Dietrich were diving off the coast of Mexico when they found a sea turtle tangled up in the rope attached...
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How smart are Orangutans?

Orangutans belong to the Hominidae family tree, like humans. Origin of the family stretches back 14 million years. Lu Gao shares some amazing facts about...
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Marine invertebrates in close up

This video shows tropical marine invertebrates in stunning detail. Time-lapse footage reveals the fascinating behaviour of marine invertebrates. Video Link You may also be interested in Sea...
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Octopus leaping and catching a crab outside water!

Recently at Smiths Beach in Yallingup, Western Australia, a lady named Porsche Indrisie indecently caught a video showing a small octopus bursting out of a tide pool...
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How do animals see in the dark?

We humans can’t do anything in dark as we can’t see in dark. But many animals like cats and owls can see in dark,...
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Which is the biggest single celled organism?

This video lesson from TED Ed shows why a single celled organism can't grow bigger in size compared to multi cellular organisms. When a...
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New alien looking jellyfish found in Mariana trench

Surprisingly alien looking jellyfish is discovered on April 4, 2016 from Enigma Seamount near Mariana Trench at almost 3700 meters depth. This jellyfish seems...

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Venus’s hair; Thiolava veneris

In 2011, the underwater volcano Tagoro erupted in Canary Islands. The eruption increased water temperature, decreased oxygen and released massive quantities of carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide. It literally wiped out much of the ecosystem off the coast. Three years later, a strange new bacteria was the first organism to re-colonize the area. Three years later, a strange new bacteria was found to re-colonize the area. It was a new species of proteobacteria producing long, hair-like structures composed of bacterial cells within a sheath. Due to its long, hair-like structures, sceintists called it 'Venus's hair'.

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