15 most extraordinary sea-bottom dwellers that look like aliens! 4/18/2016 • Gia Bailey
We bet when you see them, your breath will seize up and your heart will sink, because these creatures are so weird that you can’t even imagine!
It is hard to believe these marine animals are native to our planet, but they are indeed. All of them live at the very bottom of seas and oceans where there is lack of food and almost no sunlight. So, such animals had to develop a very unusual ways of surviving. This may explain why their exterior has become so bizarre.
The bottom dwellers you are going to see are actually sea slugs – invertebrates that resemble terrestrial slugs, but their appearance and color are much more diverse. Some of them are even snails which lost their shells in the long process of evolution.
Now enjoy the photos and remember to share this piece of strange and hypnotizing beauty with your friends!
Acanthodoris Pilosa or Sea Bunny
Costasiella kuroshimae or Sea Sheep
Glaucus atlanticus or Blue dragon
Learn more with QuizzClub:
- The most extraordinary fish species with a transparent head!
- An ostrich decided to chase cyclists in South Africa!
- How to Make Sushi That Looks Like Real-Life Cute Fish
Have you seen something like that before? Could you imagine that we share our planet with such creatures?
Spring is a magical time of the year when Mother nature wakes up from a dream and starts to shine! We bet you are pretty curious about how nature comes to life all over the globe.
The Japanese are so creative they know how to have fun in any season. Though snow is a rare phenomenon in Japan when it falls you should certainly catch the moment. We gathered the cutest sculptures of snow for you!
We bet you have never seen such beautiful Winter wonderland! Get inspired and surprised by these unbelievable works of art.
Roman Fedortsov works on a trawler and publishes photos of the most unusual fish his fishing net catches on Twitter! Roman has an impressive collection that consists of rather different fish from all over the world.