Black-Eyed Squid has been videoed catching and paralyzing an Owlfish
New study reveals that the genetic diversity of Giant Squid (Architeuthis) is remarkably low.
So this is meant to be the first in the wild footage of the Giant Squid. Looks like only a few seconds on a loop and it’s imposable to judge size/scale of the squid. A team from Japan’s National Science Museum has captured what’s considered
Sarah Brame, 20, is caught on video tape reeling in a fish near Myrtle Beach, off the South Carolina coast, when a Bull shark suddenly leaps from the water and nabs the fish from her line!
A strange unknown creature caught on video at a depth of 5000 feet (1,500 meters) has sparked all sorts of crazy suggestions… is it an Alien or just an unknown jellyfish? Stranger still, the location of the video is currently unknown!
A 40ft sperm whale was washed up dead on a beach near Old Hunstanton, Norfolk UK. It is believed the whale was alreadt dead before being washed ashore by the high tide.
Large crowds gathered to see the whale, which is near the high tide mark.
Mersey Monster baffles Marine Experts — Hmm, looks like 2 dolphins or small whales. But I guess it could be something else.
Paul Renolds, from the Blue Planet Aquarium, who studied the photos, said: “It is virtually impossible to actually identify…”
A new species of squid has been discovered by scientists during a research cruise in the southern Indian ocean. The 70cm-long specimen is a large member of the chiroteuthid family, which are long and slender with light-producing organs, which act as lures to attract prey.
What created this strange sound, recorded in the Pacific Ocean in 1997? The image below is a visual representation of a loud and unusual sound, dubbed the Bloop, captured by deep sea microphones in 1997. In the graph, time is shown on the horizontal axis,
Israel is in the grips of mermaid fever after numerous sightings of the mythical sea creature off its coast. One town council is taking the reports so seriously that is is offering a $1m (£609,000) reward to anyone who can prove the existence of a
The Nomura, also known as the Echizen jellyfish, would not look out of place in a Godzilla film. They can weigh up to 200kg and measure up to 2m in diameter. For the past four summers, they have mysteriously materialised in the Yellow Sea off
The monsters of the deep are listening, well a new study seems to suggest they are! The cephalopods can hear you. The discovery resolves a century-long debate over whether cephalopods, the group of sea creatures that includes octopus, squid, cuttlefish and nautiluses, can hear sounds
In the past week the first basking sharks of the summer have been spotted off the Cornish coast. As part of their annual migration they are now arriving in their hundreds Source: BBC.
Unbelievable! Found, hassled and then eaten! In just a short time, one of the rarest sharks in the world went from swimming in Philippine waters to simmering in coconut milk. The 13-foot-long (4-meter-long) megamouth shark (pictured), caught on March 30 by mackerel fishers off the
Aquarium staff have unearthed a ‘giant sea’ worm that was attacking coral reef and prize fish. The 4ft long monster, named Barry, had launched a sustained attack on the reef in a display tank at Newquay’s Blue Reef Aquarium over recent months. Workers at the
The transparent-headed Pacific Barreleye spends much of its time motionless, at more than 2,000 feet (600 meters) beneath the ocean’s surface. The green lens atop each of the fish’s eyes filters out what little sunlight makes it down from the surface, allowing the fish to
Fishers and scientists announced this week the catch, and release, of what is likely the world’s largest known freshwater giant stingray. The giant stingray, weighing an estimated 550 to 990 pounds (250 to 450 kilograms) was reeled in on January 28, 2009, as part of
The eelpout Pachycara cousinsi is one of six new species of deep-sea fish found at depths of 2.8 miles (4.5 kilometers) off the remote Crozet Islands in the Indian Ocean between Antarctica and Africa.
On Tuesday 10th July a Giant Squid was fond washed up on Ocean Beach in Strahan, Tasmania. It measured 1 meter (3 feet) wide and 8 meters (28 feet) long from the top of its body to the end of its tentacles, and weighed approximately