10 Sea Creatures That Wound Up In The Strangest Places
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10 Sea Creatures That Wound Up In The Strangest Places! Subscribe to TheHub: Even in 2017, we’re still learning more about the ocean everyday. Just when we think we’ve discovered the strangest creatures lurking at the bottom of the sea, scientists announce they’ve found something even more unique. Most of the time, these weird and wonderful creatures stay put at the bottom of the ocean, but sometimes they decide to take a visit to the nearest coastline to say hi to all the unsuspecting people nearby. Today, we’re showing you 10 Sea Creatures That Wound Up In The Strangest Places.
So, what sorts of creatures will we be showing you today? From the smallest Goose Barnacles that washed up on an English beach to the largest unknown furry lump that somehow appeared in Indonesia, TheHub will be talking you through all kinds of unknown things today. We’ll be telling you all about a poor dolphin who got just too close to the shore in Wales, and a Great White shark that somehow found itself on a beach in Sydney, Australia. If that wasn’t enough to keep you hooked, you’ll also be learning about the seven oarfish that washed up in the Philippines, even though they’re supposed to live 1000 meters below sea-level, and an unknown creature whose bite looked a lot scarier than its bark, which found its way onto Canvey Island somehow. We’re not sure exactly how or why these creatures ventured so far from their home in the sea, but we’re interested to find out what happened when they got there.
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SUBSCRIBE to the Barcroft network: UNSEEN footage of what experts believe is the biggest great white shark ever caught on camera has been released. The seven metre-long female known as Deep Blue stunned the world last year when video was unveiled of it dwarfing cage divers off the coast of Guadalupe Island, Mexico. Now, diving enthusiast Michael Maier, 48, has released even more eye-catching clips of the giant female feeding on bait and inquisitively circling divers. Deep Blue, who is estimated to be at least 50 years old, was filmed by Michael in November 2013 - but these latest files were previously unseen. Videographer director: Michael Maier Producer: John Balson, Nick Johnson Editor: Sonia Estal, Ian Phillips Barcroft TV: Barcroft Cars: Bear Grylls Adventure: For more of the amazing side of life: For the full story, visit BARCROFT. TV: Like BARCROFT TV on Facebook: Follow @Barcroft_TV on Twitter: Check out more videos. On Thursday, October 9 at around noon, while at a retreat at Cape Lookout National Seashore off the coast of North Carolina, the leaders of One Harbor Church witnessed a shark feeding frenzy. The men were out fishing for the evening’s dinner when they stumbled across more than 100 sharks attacking a school of blue fish. As seagulls and pelicans joined in on the meal, the men began to cast into the surf, catching fish without the use of bait. For more than five minutes, the sharks were observed swimming in and out of the surf, some of which became beached in the fury. Donnie Griggs, the cameraman who captured the footage, is an avid waterman who spearfishes, dives, swims and surfs at Cape Lookout often. We want it to be clear that Cape Lookout and the surrounding beaches of Eastern North Carolina are extremely safe for swimming. The presence of these sharks and large schools of fish is actually a sign of a very healthy ecosystem. To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email licensing@storyful.
The Bloop Sound: Caused by the biggest animal or creature ever? An enormous underwater creature, many times larger than the blue whale, caused a sound so loud it was heard by scientists 3000 miles apart. Was it a blue whale, a kraken, megalodon, colossal squid or maybe even Cthulhu awakening from his slumber? In 1997, an array of hydrophones, special underwater microphones used by scientists to study happenings under the ocean, detected an extremely loud and low frequency sound that was able to be heard more than 3000 miles away from its source. It was calculated to have occurred a ways west off the coast of the South American tip. The sound, due to what it sounds like when sped up 16 times was dubbed "The Bloop" and sounds like this. Ill play the real sound for you, which is much creepier, at the end of this video. Due to the frequency signature of the sound, marine biologists believe the sound was not man made from something like a bomb or due to any sort of underwater volcanic or seismic activity. It seemed to moreso match that of some sort of underwater mammal - like the blue whale. The problem is the loudest sound detected by a blue whale could only reach a little under 1000 miles. thus whatever it is that caused this sound had to be several orders of magnitude larger than the largest known living organism. Take this size comparison chart. A school bus is about this size. A blue whale is about this size. Whatever produced this sound, assuming it was animal in nature had to be about this size. which is HUUUUGE. Just what made this sound? Was it really a giant underwater sea creature that we have yet to discover. or perhaps something even more mysterious and foreign? Could there of ever even been anything that lived before that made this sound? Let’s ask Adam over at Epic Wildlife. Could it have been a megalodon? Or a colossal squid? Unlikely – as they are both much smaller than a blue whale. And yet, no prehistoric animal ever discovered has been bigger than a blue whale. It’s scarey to think how much of our ocean depths are still completely unexplored. The problem with a blue whale being the culprit is that the loudest sound ever recorded by a blue whale could only just reach the range of 1000 miles. Thus, whatever it is that caused this sound had to be several orders of magnitude larger than the largest known organism, the blue whale. Take this size comparison chart. A school bus is about this size. A blue whale is about this size. Whatever produced this sound, assuming it was animal in nature, had to eb about this size, probably a little less than the size of the Eiffel tower. Just what made this sound? Was it really a giant underwater creature that we have yet to discover or perhaps something even more mysterious and foreign? It is said we know much less about what lurks in the depths of our ocean than we do about outer space. Here is an excerpt of what the actual Bloop sound sounded like without being sped up. Ill warn you. it might spook you a bit. Use of the "The Leviathan" picture permitted by Jeff Chang. Check out the rest of his work at http: jeffchangart. deviantart.