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Red-lipped Batfish - found around the Galapagos Islands at depths of 100 feet or more. Batfish are not good swimmers; they use their highly-adapted pectoral fins to “walk” on the ocean floor. It eats shrimps, small fish, crabs, etc.

Sep. 26, 1934, Launch of RMS Queen Mary

Launch of RMS Queen Mary The RMS Queen Mary was a ocean liner that sailed primarily in the North Atlantic Ocean from 1936 to 1967 for the Cunard Line.

We are so used to the majesty and fearsome nature of the animal kingdom that we often forget they can also be side-splittingly funny. Than...

We are so used to the majesty and fearsome nature of the animal kingdom that we often forget they can also be side-splittingly funny. Than...

It looked like Cape Town, South Africa, was being engulfed by giant cup of cappuccino.  Actually the ocean water was just the right combination of impurities to form foam which splashed ashore on an extremely windy day.

Residents of Cape Town, South Africa, witnessed an impressive natural phenomenon. The ocean turned itself into a huge cup of cappuccino, and Sea Point Beach was transformed into a foamy mess.

Linckia laevigata

Linckia laevigata is a species of sea star in the shallow waters of tropical Indo-Pacific. Sea stars are so cool!

Leatherback-Sea-Turtle - The Leatherback Sea Turtle is the largest turtle in the world, weighing approximately 900kg. Contrary to appearance, the leatherback doesn’t actually have a shell. What looks like a shell is in fact a leathery skin supported by small bones. This gives it a flexibility that a solid shell would not provide, allowing it to dive to astonishing depths.

Funny pictures about Giant Leatherback sea turtle. Oh, and cool pics about Giant Leatherback sea turtle. Also, Giant Leatherback sea turtle.

Flying humpbacked whale, Tumblr

A humpback whale jumps out of the water on June 2013 in Port St. A huge humpback whale leaps out of the water in an amazing display of strength and agility.

For 40 million years, fern-like organisms called rangeomorphs ruled the world, because their branching bodies made them perfect diffusion feeders

A bizarre group of uniquely shaped organisms known as rangeomorphs may have been some of the earliest animals to appear on Earth, uniquely suited to ocean conditions 575 million years ago. A new model devised by researchers .

Frost Flowers a spectacular marvel at both poles, forming whenever the conditions are just right, with superchilled air hitting newly formed sea ice. The result is salt crystals in the seawater forming structures in the frozen sea water, atop the sea ice: frost flowers. Acres and acres of them.

Here's a magical view of "frost flowers" blooming over the surface of the Arctic Ocean. Frost flowers form when newly formed ice "sublimates," or changes directly from a solid to a gas without going through the liquid stage in subzero air temperature or