Sep 192014
 
Giant Whale Shark Bumps Into Diver

While diving in the Atlantic ocean Chris Coates was nearly eaten by a giant whale shark. His colleague attempted to warn him, but by the time he turned around it was too late. The giant fish was heading right for him with its mouth open. Chris naturally screamed in terror, but apparently the shark didn’t have a taste for humans, and instead only bumped into him at high speed

Thankfully, no one was hurt from the chilling ordeal. 

 


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Sep 162014
 
A Fish That Spits With Perfect Aim

The Archerfish gets its name from its impressive spitting abilities. The fish is one of the only creatures in the animal kingdom that can spit with such accuracy and distance. The fish spits water to shoot down yummy insects and bugs to eat, but as The New York Times explains, scientists are studying the Archerfish to create better fire hoses, sprayers, and more.

 


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Sep 142014
 
Diver Befriends Eel

This nature video was published by Central Florida Aquarium Society in the summer, but the clip has only gone viral now. Diver Valerie Taylor explains how over years of diving she recognized and finally befriended a Spotted Moray Eel. Naturally, viewers are jealous as they want an eel friend. 

 


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Aug 222014
 
Giant Fish Eats Hooked Shark Right Off Fishing Line

Fisherman Gimbb14 was very proud of himself. He just caught a four foot black tip shark while fishing off the coast of Bonita Springs Florida. But then the unimaginable happened. A giant goliath grouper appeared out of nowhere and ate the shark off the hook in one bite! 

There’s always a bigger fish.

This video has instantly gone viral, amassing over 10 million views in just a few days!

 


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Aug 182014
 
Jellyfish Stinging In Microscopic Slow Motion Is Terrifying

Being stung by a jellyfish is one of the most painful experiences. But what exactly is going on? Destin of Smarter Every Day explains that when a jellyfish ‘stings’ you, it actually injects you with venom. It happens so quickly, the only way to see it in action is with a super slow motion, microscopic camera. 

 


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