sneakyfeets:

THE DARK DEPTHS OF THE OCEAN TO MEET AND LEARN SURPRISING FACTS ABOUT THE MAGNIFICENT ANIMALS THAT LIVE THERE ALL THROUGH THE CAPTIVATING COLORFUL PAGES OF ZOOBOOKS

sneakyfeets:

THE DARK DEPTHS OF THE OCEAN TO MEET AND LEARN SURPRISING FACTS ABOUT THE MAGNIFICENT ANIMALS THAT LIVE THERE ALL THROUGH THE CAPTIVATING COLORFUL PAGES OF ZOOBOOKS

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unknownbinaries:

kavinskyout:

poorhornycat:

sunscorchx:

Somebody tried to stump this squid by putting it in front of a background that its camouflage mechanisms could never hope to imitate…
So it turned itself transparent.

stick it to the man, Squid.



“Man, FUCK yo’ plaid.”

unknownbinaries:

kavinskyout:

poorhornycat:

sunscorchx:

Somebody tried to stump this squid by putting it in front of a background that its camouflage mechanisms could never hope to imitate…

So it turned itself transparent.

stick it to the man, Squid.

image

“Man, FUCK yo’ plaid.”

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setphaserstojingle:

hebbycakes:

hiddleshabanera:

geekishchic:

lokean-nomad:

dicktoothick:

badgerofshambles:

mrslovett93:

masc0tforfuckups:

onlylolgifs:

Octopus changes colour outside the water

It looks like it’s dying

OH GOD. THAT’S SO FUCKING SCARY.

Waaaaait whoa. Guys. He’s also changing the texture of his skin, along with attempting to match the tone of the ship’s(?) floor.
HE’S TRYING TO BLEND IN.
HE KNOWS HE’S IN DANGER AND HE’S SCARED AND DOESN’T WANT TO BE SEEN.
SHHHHH NO BABY OCTOPUS COME HERE IT’S OKAY <3

We literally have a shape shifting animal with the best camouflage mechanism in nature and nobody thinks that’s the coolest shit like what the fuck we could learn so much from it’s biology everyone needs to get outta my face cause this creature is metal as fuck

There’s one better than this. It’s the cuttlefish. (I watch a lot of animal documentaries, okay?)

No but you have to post a gif of the cuttlefish now. Animal shows are the best shows because nature



the ninjas of the sea


y’all see this motherfucker right here?
this is the Indonesian Mimic Octopus.

This cool little guy can mimic a crab, lionfish, sea snake, flatfish, and jellyfish. He uses these amazing disguise techniques to avoid and deter predators, and also to attract possible meals.

he is the sneakiest ninja of the sea

setphaserstojingle:

hebbycakes:

hiddleshabanera:

geekishchic:

lokean-nomad:

dicktoothick:

badgerofshambles:

mrslovett93:

masc0tforfuckups:

onlylolgifs:

Octopus changes colour outside the water

It looks like it’s dying

OH GOD. THAT’S SO FUCKING SCARY.

Waaaaait whoa. Guys. He’s also changing the texture of his skin, along with attempting to match the tone of the ship’s(?) floor.

HE’S TRYING TO BLEND IN.

HE KNOWS HE’S IN DANGER AND HE’S SCARED AND DOESN’T WANT TO BE SEEN.

SHHHHH NO BABY OCTOPUS COME HERE IT’S OKAY <3

We literally have a shape shifting animal with the best camouflage mechanism in nature and nobody thinks that’s the coolest shit like what the fuck we could learn so much from it’s biology everyone needs to get outta my face cause this creature is metal as fuck

There’s one better than this. It’s the cuttlefish. (I watch a lot of animal documentaries, okay?)

No but you have to post a gif of the cuttlefish now. Animal shows are the best shows because nature

image

the ninjas of the sea

image

y’all see this motherfucker right here?

this is the Indonesian Mimic Octopus.

image

This cool little guy can mimic a crab, lionfish, sea snake, flatfish, and jellyfish. He uses these amazing disguise techniques to avoid and deter predators, and also to attract possible meals.

image

he is the sneakiest ninja of the sea

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aleeyabooh:

one-scoop:

omgtsn:

thisisjusttosayihave:

Baby cuttlefish.

what do you think it dreams about



awww

aleeyabooh:

one-scoop:

omgtsn:

thisisjusttosayihave:

Baby cuttlefish.

what do you think it dreams about

image

awww

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awkwardsituationist:

vancouver aquarium, may 2013. photos andy clark

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jayrockin:

lisawang:

Mantis Shrimp

introducing the technicolor death-punch crustacean

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pairing-nazi:

gender-ikari:

sweet-bitsy:

rhamphotheca:

zefrank: True Facts About The Sea Pig (Scotoplanes globosa)

NOTHING ABOUT THE SEA PIG MAKES SENSE

oh M YG

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lizardking90:

The Great Leap
Manta rays frequently leap out of the water, though it is not clear why. Some speculate it is to evade predators, get rid of parasites, attract females, or just for fun. Though most leaps are 2-3 feet off the surface of the water, there have been reports as high as 9 feet. When they belly flop back onto the water, it make an incredibly loud bang. Spectators have described it as sounding a lot like gunfire.
-Ifuckinglovescience

lizardking90:

The Great Leap

Manta rays frequently leap out of the water, though it is not clear why. Some speculate it is to evade predators, get rid of parasites, attract females, or just for fun. Though most leaps are 2-3 feet off the surface of the water, there have been reports as high as 9 feet. When they belly flop back onto the water, it make an incredibly loud bang. Spectators have described it as sounding a lot like gunfire.

-Ifuckinglovescience

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precarioussanity:

iamtonysexual:

thisisasupergoodidea:

i8urpenguin:

HE TRIED TO ESCAPE

FUCK THE OCEAN
I’M A BIRD MOTHAFUCK- OH SHIT

SEA PANCAKE OUT

SO LONG AND THANKS FOR ALL THE FISH!

precarioussanity:

iamtonysexual:

thisisasupergoodidea:

i8urpenguin:

HE TRIED TO ESCAPE

FUCK THE OCEAN

I’M A BIRD MOTHAFUCK- OH SHIT

SEA PANCAKE OUT

SO LONG AND THANKS FOR ALL THE FISH!

(via ayunthefrog)

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