In coral reef and chill news, this is a 12-hour Youtube video of one of the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s coral reef exhibits, featuring a variety of tropical fishes doing their thing (swimming). It’s nice and relaxing. I just sort of zoned out watching it for the last half hour. I
Because life, uh, finds a way, this is a video of a fox making a dive into an ice hole and successfully catching a fish. Or at least that’s what the video description says, I’m personally not convinced that’s a fish and not some sort of rodent. I zoomed and
Since under the sea never fails to deliver the freaky deaky, this is a video from a diver exploring the waters off Gozo, Malta, who happened to swim across this transparent fish-like creature. In the diver’s own words while I call Ariel pretending to be King Triton, who got hit
Presumably in a bid to prove that the story of Jonah and the Whale could have really happened, these are a couple videos from Avila Beach, California where kayakers Julie McSorley and Liz Cottriel almost get swallowed by a humpback whale breaching while catching fish. Man…that must have been exhilarating.
Because sometimes truth is stranger than fiction, this is a video from a metro station outside Rotterdam in the Netherlands of a train that overran the stop and came to a rest some 30-feet in the air atop a giant whale tail sculpture, allowing the driver to exit the train
This is a video from Halibut Cove, Alaska, of an otter that repeatedly jumps aboard Captain John’s boat to avoid an orca that wants to eat it. A bunch more info while I accept I wouldn’t last a day as an otter or anything else that isn’t already at the
This is a video of Youtuber and eater of things tzuyang쯔양 casually polishing off 100 plates of sushi from a sushi conveyor belt, all in one sitting. For reference, I think my record might be around eight plates, which would have probably only been four if my girlfriend hadn’t already
These are a couple shots of a triggerfish that appears to have human lips and teeth. Some more info while I call Ursula on my conch shell phone and demand answers: “This mouthy triggerfish was reportedly caught in Malaysia. According to National Geographic, triggerfish “use very tough teeth and jaws