Tag: Sea

Box Jellyfish

February 21, 2022

This box jellyfish (Chirodectes) has only been seen twice in the wild, the first in 1997, 25 years ago, and the second in late 2021 near Papua New Guinea by Scuba Ventures – this video was taken by Kavieng! Interesting fact is that the original video of this jellyfish taken in 1997 is thought to…

Scenes of a submarine volcanic eruption off the coast of Tonga.

January 16, 2022

Satellite images collected over a period of 2 hours show the ash and vapors emitted following the volcanic eruption. Images taken by Himawari 8, Japan’s meteorological satellite. The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however; no tsunami alert was issued.

French shores melting into the Atlantic. Image shared by space researcher

November 13, 2021

The International Space Station (ISS) is located in space more than 300 km from Earth for studies and observations that shed light on the mysteries of the universe. The International Space Station is a joint project of space organizations in the United States, Russia, Japan, Canada, and eleven European countries. NASA is leading the project….

oil whale

October 31, 2021

The Physeter macrocephalus is the largest and largest predator of toothed whales. Adult whales of this species range in length from 16 m to 20 m. One third of their body is the head. Their main food is squid. They will dive to a depth of 2250 meters in the ocean to catch squid. Only…

Living Fossil …. Frilled Sharks.

October 28, 2021

Fried sharks are one of the oldest living species on earth today. These are known as ‘living fossils’. This is because there have been frilled sharks on Earth for the last 80 million years. Although dinosaurs were killed 60 million years ago, they managed to survive. They have not undergone any significant changes in their…

Blue Ringed Octopus!

October 28, 2021

Blurred octopuses are extremely dangerous octopuses. Poisoning of these can cause death within minutes. Their body is golden in color. The shiny body also has blue rings. This is why they are called blurred owls. They are highly venomous and are commonly found among coral reefs and rock formations. They inhabit the Pacific and Indian…

Jellyfish are the only living creatures that do not die

September 21, 2021

All living things in the universe usually die of old age. But there is a creature that never dies when it grows old. A species of jellyfish is referred to as this type of immortal. The scientific name of this immortal jellyfish is Turritopsis dohrnii. They are immortalized in their ability to return to their…

Petal-shaped shark teeth dating back 290 million years were first found in China.

August 31, 2021

Qianshi limestone in Yangquan City, north China’s coal-rich Shanxi Province / well-preserved petalodus teeth Studies in the samples have shown that the petal-shaped teeth have a crown that looks like a snout and has a long, tongue-shaped root. Shark petal-shaped teeth or petalodus teeth about 360-250 million / 360 million and 250 million yeras ago…

DUNKLEOSTEUS Terrell

August 30, 2021

About a dozen species have been identified under this endangered genus, Dunkleosteus. These terrifying fish, with their powerful jaws, head, body, and heavy armor, roamed the oceans 358-382 million years ago. The biggest feature was the jawbones, which closed very quickly. Fossils. Fossils have been found in North America, Belgium, Poland and Morocco. Of these,…