The interactions between the two animals are the perfect epitome of "chill as fuck."
Though we're thankful for these good Samaritans, we're also perturbed that this glorious creature was trapped in the first place.
Rather than dock the ship for a single person, the staff of this vessel decided to make this guy time it just right and jump aboard.
A large herd made up of bronze whalers and blacktip reef sharks decided to surprise this poor man with their presence.
And then its disembodied head continues to wriggle on the line.
Thousands of moon jellies descend on Alaska's waterways in this short clip from National Geographic.
They're called velellas and they're here to take over our world.
More than a year after a Seattle-based crabber vanished in Alaska's Bering Sea, its final hours remain a mystery. The surviving family of the Destination's crew — and one intrepid investigator — seek to uncover the secrets the ocean still keeps.
Cruise ships usually have a shelf-life of about 25 years and can cost over a billion dollars, not including food, fuel, fees and maintenance — how do these businesses even make money?
It's meant to be a teaser video of singer Stevanna Jackson's music, but it works perfectly as a standalone short.
We're mesmerized by the crustacean's luminous orbs for eyes and the vivid flourishes of color on its body.
Humans and porpoises both appreciate a good party trick.
The jawfish is a paranoid fish who likes to dig a hole for itself to keep an eye on everything going on around it.
Follow alongside Jon Copley as he plunges deep into the depths of the ocean, capturing parts of our world that have never been seen by another human before.
This ribbon eel reaffirms to us that the ocean is a magical, terrifying place. Oh, and that we need to get scuba diving certified stat.
It provides scientists with new options for recording underwater, and it looks cute while doing it.
Give a sea lion a fish and he'll stick with you for 30 seconds.
Sea creatures have just as many quirks of personality as their furrier, land-dwelling counterparts.
A worrying new study suggests that surfers are three times more likely to host antibiotic-resistant bacteria in their guts compared with non-surfers.
This 32-foot whale shark is such an impressive animal that just opening its mouth is a sight to behold.
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