A Bajau tribal fishermen can freedive down to more than 65 feet of water to hunt fish with a spear, holding their breath for nearly five minutes. I scuba and after going down to 40 feet for 15 minutes I have difficulties re-acclimating, let alone 65 feet. Is it possible the we were once marine mammals?
We've all seen robots of some kind or another, but have you ever seen a "fish" robot? Me neither and when I saw this video I thought how awesome this will be to have a robot fish to take with me next time I go scuba diving. Then I got to thinking of all the endless possibilities of having a robotic companion under water.
I am probably more sensitive to noticing people do stupid and/or crazy things with their hands. Being that I was born with only one arm, I try to take care of the only one I have left. However, I'm left wondering what this guy was thinking, shoving his hand in a fish that has a mouth full of razor sharp teeth. I can't understand their language, but I do believe this is a Monk fish and he's saying
Give a kid a fish and he probably won’t eat it (fish are yucky!), but teach a kid to fish and he just might have one of the most mind-bending experiences of his cute little life. See, here’s the thing about fishing: When it works, it’s crazy, especially if you’ve never caught a fish before. What’s that slimy, pre-historic looking creature doing where your worm used to be? And more importantly, can
A fascinating discovery was made recently when an 18-foot sea creature/serpent was found off of Catalina Island. The serpent is known as an oarfish and is rarely ever seen. A snorkeler found the fish Sunday in the waters of Toyon Bay. The fish was dead, believed of natural causes, when found and drug to shore. It is now in the hands of scientists.
Proving that your looks can get you far in an industry other than acting or modeling and that dogs aren't the only creatures recognized for their outlandish features, the blobfish has won the non-distinct honor of being voted the world’s ugliest animal by the Ugly Animal Preservation Society. Look at it -- it looks like Mr. Magoo and Popeye fused their heads together before melting it under a heat
It's a story that should make everybody want to invest in a fishing boat. A 489 pound bluefish tuna caught off the coast of Japan has just been sold for $1.76 million during an auction at Toyko's Tsukiji fish market.