Creatures on this Planet sometimes seem quite Alien. (+14)
says Darkest_Serenity on Jan 18th 18 (#817630)
Meet the Pompeii Worm (Alvinella pompejana). Around 12.5cm (~5in) in length, these animals exist at the bottom of the ocean near hydrothermal vents and can tolerate temperatures up to 60C (140F). There is no light, and the pressure can be up to 250 atmospheres, or 1.8 tons per square inch. No wonder they look so strange.
says PhilboydStudge on Jan 18th 18 (#2713537)
I agree....and some are right here on Amirite.
says StarzAbove on Jan 18th 18 (#2713541)
Yeah hammerheads are kinda weird looking.
says SynysterGates on Jan 18th 18 (#2713558)
How do they not accidentally poke their eyes out?
says PhilboydStudge on Jan 18th 18 (#2713612)
That's what i was thinking too.
says SynysterGates on Jan 18th 18 (#2713633)
says Thinkerbell on Jan 18th 18 (#2713598)
True, especially deep sea creatures. This is an anglerfish....
says Piper2 on Jan 18th 18 (#2713608)
I am NOT posting a picture of Nancy Pelosi!
The urge is incredibly strong.... I am fighting it
says Budwick on Jan 19th 18 (#2713774)
says MonaLea on Jan 19th 18 (#2713835)
says Flrdsgns on Jan 19th 18 (#2713870)
Semi human head, Giraffe neck
says Flrdsgns on Jan 19th 18 (#2713877)
Some look like my breakfast, like this Fried Egg Jellyfish.
says ZaraZooper on Mar 20th 18 (#2735106)
I really think there’re a lot of alien looking microbes and parasites, under the microscope.
For instance, a tapeworm.
says ZaraZooper on Mar 20th 18 (#2735107)