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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by eleveneastgate, Mar 3, 2005.
Try this instead....
enjoyed that, thanks! I like that stuff.
This had to be from "Nemo"
Very cool pics. Some nice ones with better explanations can be found here.
A zip of all the pics in the post liked to above can be gotten here (better to right click on link and download, as it's a zip file).
those are creepy imagine seeing those alive
While I do not give my source 100% credit - I believe the web site that monitors fake posting stated this tsunami kicked up life was a fake deal.
But as a marine fish love I was intrigued - fake or not they are cool!
Of couse my source also claimed that these were in fact released from the space ship that crashed's on board aquarium - the impact caused the Tsunami... god bless the radio!
Thanks for the link, I love stuff like that...even if some of them might be fake!
Somehow, that one reminds me a lot HR Giger's creatures. O~O
Black teeth... how creepy is that.
I've seen a few of those before, but it never ceases to amaze me what there is out there. Sometimes I think we need to worry a little less about finding ET and spend more time looking at our own planet....
Too true...it's unbelievable to think that we know more about what's on Mars than we do about what's in our oceans.
Cool pictures and info on a world we know so little about.
There is a BBC DVD series call "Blue Planet, the deep sea" and showed these creatures in action! So most are REAL!!!!
Interesting when the researchers dive all the way down pass these creatures, they found a "lake" that was much heavier than salt water.
Reminds me of an old G.I.Joe episode.
Weird looking sea animals. Thought that one of them has eyes that almost look human. There is still a lot of the ocean frontier to explore. Those are just animals that have learned to adapt in unfriendly environments.
i find the website itself more interesting-- a place to post images as an inspiration for artists?
hmmmmm.. makes me want to address some illegal herbage and revisit BBC's Blue Planet series
A cold seep. I used one in my undersea D&D game
I'm guessing we've only discovered 1% of all total sea life species and maybe 20% of all land-based life forms.
HOLY! Those pictures are obscene!!!! I want to see more.... and more of them living! I love the fact that there's still a part of the earth untouched by humans... unfortunately not for long. Wowser. Cool pictures... coooooool cool pictures.
Too bad almost none of them can live up here... They need pressure to keep there bodies intact.
But Mr. Anderson said it best. There are so many fascinating things- It is unbelievable.
Very true Mr. A, and to think all that we haven't discovered on this planet, and think about the universe as a whole, and what we have yet to discover....the former is mind-boggleing in itself
anyone remember seaquest? i thought that show was cool when i was growing up, i wish there were more initiatives to explore underseas....
As a marine biologist, I can tell you for certain that they are all very real. The email sent around saying they washed up in the tsunami was a hoax though. Those fish live hundreds or even thousands of feet below the surface. For them to was up in the tsunami, it would have had to have been 1000's of feet high.
There are so many incredible creatures to be found in the ocean. Even in shallow water there are creatures that look like they could be from another planet.