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Underwater Astonishments

Underwater Astonishments

                              Deep ocean bio-luminescent Jellyfish (credit: NOAA)

We know less than 4 percent of the life living in the oceans according to David Gallo of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Gallo shares remarkable footage of creatures discovered in a TED conference presentation. These animals include color-shifting cuttlefish; a fully camouflaged octopus; and a Hollywood neon sign of flashing displays from fish in the deepest oceans.

Think about the remaining 96% of unknown marine animals while viewing the astonishing creatures that have been seen.


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