Sick Chirpse has had some pretty odd water based articles recently. I think that this deluge of liquid writings must indicate an imminent watery grave for mankind. Only joking of course. Sick Chirpse have no mediatory power over the universe…. not that I know of anyway. Just heresay really. But even if Sick Chirpse were omipotent and omnipresent, would they drip feed you the answers to humanity’s endings via a website? No. Surely not?
Anyhow, while you peruse that thought, here’s a wierd jellyfish thing that looks like a blanket made out of chocolate angel delight and lives about 1km below the waves. It’s called Deepstaria enigmatica, I wish that was my name:
This next object is a Pyrosome; They aren’t an organism per se, apparently they’re a bunch of little, free-floating colonial tunicates. Science aside, they look a bit like a whales penis, but a bit more see through:
Whale Sharks, as you have probably heard, are the biggest fishies on our small, blue planet. We’ve seen them courtesy of Attenborough and his cronies, yes. But have you ever seen one being hoisted out of the sea by some Pakistani fellas? No I bet you haven’t:
And last but not least, it’s the Goblin Shark. Prehistoric, fearsome looking, milky bar kid shark. All weird. It was discovered in 1897 but has only been seen about 50 times since. First video is a chap in the water getting bitten, the one after is someone fiddling about with it’s corpse. Right at the very end he caresses it like a child. Lovely viewing: