# Sea creatures
Upside-Down Jelly Fish (Cassiopea)
Unlike other jellyfish these guys swim with their bells pointed up. This is my first encounter with this species.
Do You Believe Mermaids Exist: A Friend Said He Saw a Real Live Mermaid One Night (Opinion Piece)
*This is a work of nonfiction, based on actual events as told to me by a friend who experienced this firsthand; a story told with his permission. *. A friend was in the military in South America. As part of their normal duties, they were scheduled to work the overnight shifts two weekends a month.
Most Dangerous Sea Creatures
The sea is a fascinating and dangerous place. Many creatures call the ocean their home. But some sea creatures are far more dangerous than others. Based on our research, in this article, we'll discuss some of the most dangerous sea creatures in the world.
Pet the Stingrays! Seaworld Orlando Hosts This Fun Exhibit That Allows Its Guests a Day to Remember
SeaWorld Orlando has plenty of excitement to offer its guests. Check out this fun way to spend time with family at the Stingray Lagoon at this theme park. Follow us for more Seaworld news and content. Socials: @themeparkgroupie
Photo of a crab with human-like teeth leaves internet stunned
The internet was baffled by the photo of a crab with human-like teeth that was captured from the Russian waters. The photo was clicked by Roman Fedortsov, a Norwegian man who works in a fishing trawler in Western Russia. He captioned it, “Crabs... Still, there is something attractive and repulsive about them. Mother nature did her best.”
The Pompeii Worm is the Most Heat Tolerant Animal on Earth
Deep waterPhoto by Clément M. Though Pompeii worms were initially discovered in the 1980s by French researchers, it was not until 21 years later that it was identified as the most heat-tolerant animal on earth. The Pompeii worm otherwise referred to as the "bristle worm" is an extremophile that can be found near "chimneys" deep in the Pacific Ocean from where superheated water is discharged from within the Earth’s crust.
Squalicorax Was Known as the Dinosaur Devouring Shark
Squalicorax, also known as the crow shark, was a prehistoric shark that live 70-80 million years ago during the middle to the late Cretaceous period. Its most distinctive feature was its formidable teeth which are described as finely serrated blades.
Helicoprion Was a Shark-Like Fish With a Feeding Apparatus That Resembled a Buzzsaw
The prehistoric Helicoprion, which means "Spiral Saw," had a very unusual feeding apparatus that a scientist described as follows: "A permanently-tensed party favor studded with a fearsomely pointed dentition." The scientist was none other than geologist Alexander Petrovich Karpinsky who coined the name Helicoprion after discovering a whorl specimen in the Ural Mountains back in 1899.