Unsurprisingly, most of them are not very receptive to the idea.
We're not sure if this sea beast was out looking for friendship or for blood, either way it wanted to make its presence known.
This deeply disconcerting phenomenon is most likely natural, not manmade, caused by low tidal and wind action. The lack of oxygen replenishment in the water caused millions of menhaden and other fish to beach.
The micromelo undatus — also known as the miniature melo — is a rare snail that lives in shallow waters. We're just happy that it exists somewhere out in the world doing its thing.
No matter your political persuasion, no one deserves to die in the throes of the Mediterranean ocean. Doctors without Borders sea division is working to save as many as they can.
Land dog meets sea dog.
Manta ray skin is too smooth for traditional methods and so researchers had to come up with something a bit more... creative.
Lionfish have become a problem in the Caribbean. They are an invasive species that were introduced into the waters when they were released by people keeping
These boaters have no idea where this tired birdie came from or why it chose this guy's head above anything else, but they're glad it came to stay a while.
Brown University researchers were scuba diving off Turkey when they fortuitously came across this violent cuttlefish soap opera.
It's a spectacular sight, watching surfers go against waves that are, at least in our eyes, the size of a baby tsunami.
Despite what you may have read in the recesses of the internet (or even heard on the History Channel, for that matter), methane bubbles aren't causing freak incidents in the Bermuda Triangle.
The Northwest Passage is ironically primed to become a massive, energy-efficient trade route as the melting of its ice gradually frees waterways.
Our notion that the deep sea is a menacing place of unknown terror and violence is perpetually confirmed by pretty much every submarine video.
After quite the battle, he did end up catching the 83-inch, 552-pound fish.
This ship's living accommodations are dope. There's a gym, sauna and whirlpool. They'll even sing you happy birthday over the intercom. If you don't mind taking your sweet time and can canoodle your way on board, cargo travel seems like the way to go.
They aren't even fish, some of them are immortal and they are composed of ninety-five percent water. Jellyfish are proof that we inhabit an infinitely mysterious universe.
Diver with balls of steel Josh Eccles was in the waters of Jupiter Florida when a shiver of sharks approached him. We're probably unduly personifying this fish, but it does kinda seem like the big guy nudged into Josh asking for him to remove the big piece of metal protruding from his underside.
Give 'er a good ol' hook to the face before promptly returning it to the sea whence it came.
Adam Fisk was a mile out from the coast when he realized he had hooked something major on the end of his line.
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