What if, instead of steadily rising until they kill us, our planet's oceans were slowly draining until they killed us?
"I like my hole in the ocean floor to be nice and tidy, thank you very much."
We're choosing to believe this solitary whale was out there trawling for new friends and became elated at the sight of this man and his paddle board.
Lest we forget, these creatures are carnivores.
Just when we thought we'd gotten rid of our fear of sharks, this behind-the-scenes footage of "Blue Planet II" pops up.
This man manages to keep complete composure despite the fact that, you know, he HAS A FISH HOOK STUCK IN HIS EYELID.
Okay, okay. He's probably just hunting for free fish but will take some new friends in the meantime.
This man took his kayak out to sea to explore the rusting interior of the Evangelia Shipwreck in Costinesti, Romania.
"If you're ensconced within the wetness itself, you've found yourself in a liminal space."
Hurricane Ophelia may have been downgraded to a tropical storm, but that doesn't make the waves it has created any less scary.
When others said the problem of ocean clean-up was too unfathomably large to solve, Boyan Slat knew that he had to investigate.
Unfortunately, only one baby turtle was still alive when he excavated them from the giant fish.
They're merciless but, like everybody, they gotta eat.
We are very jealous of this man because, as he explains it: "These two dolphins often come to visit me when I am canoeing... They always seem as happy to see me as I am to see them and they often hang around the canoe for quite a while."
"I caught these fish and made the video in an attempt to educate people about the right way to handle these animals so as to cause them the least harm and to ensure their survival."
A Sea World employee was on break when she stumbled across this picturesque scene of dolphins wanting to make some furry new friends.
Whale "bubble net" feeding is not instinctual but learned, as a pod works together to blow bubbles out of their blowholes in a formation that confuses and captures fish.
Seafood lovers be warned. That delectable slab of seared tuna on your plate soon could become a lot smaller — and more scarce — thanks to climate change.
It's quite a majestic sight, seeing a blue whale, the largest animal in the world, flip on its side and swallow a mass of krill.
Forget what you've heard: anchors aren't actually responsible for holding a boat in place.
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