STRANGEST Things Found in the Ocean

  • Published on Apr 27, 2018
  • More than 70% of our planet is covered in a large body of water that has yet to be fully explored. The ocean is one of the most important things this planet has to offer, being one of the primary sources driving weather, regulating temperature, and supporting all life as we know it. But to date, only five percent of the ocean has been explored, meaning that 95% of its depths have yet to be seen by the human eye. That leaves the question; what haven't we seen…? What exactly is inhabiting the bottom of the ocean? While we can't know for sure, what we can talk about are some of the strangest things we've found exploring the ocean so far. These are the Strangest Things Found in the Ocean.
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    #5: Underwater Crop Circles
    You would think that being underwater means, you're safe from aliens? Sorry Signs fans, not even sand underwater is safe from the crop circle treatment. Around 1995, divers notice a particularly strange circular design on the seafloor. As they kept appearing, more and more questions kept popping up. How were they getting there? Who was putting them there? How are they so neat and designed so spectacularly? The answer is cuter than an alien species living in the depths of the ocean. It turns out that a species of pufferfish is responsible for the intricately designed circles! Used for a mating ritual, males pufferfish will create these designs to attract females. These designs can take days, maybe even weeks to complete. Using shells and more fine grains of sand to then decorate the circle, the pufferfish hopes to create a spectacle that will wow and impress a female. After they mate, the male is left with the babies for a couple of days, and the artwork acts as a nest. Then, it's off to create another amazing work of art. If there's anything to learn from this, ladies, if a man doesn't create an intricately designed circle of sand for you, he's not worth your time.

    #4: The Great Blue Hole
    No, we swear we’re not making this one up. Found off of the coast of Belize, this gigantic submarine sinkhole is something you’d never thought could have existed on this planet. Spanning over 1,043 ft across and 407 feet deep, this sinkhole is something you’d have to see to believe. Researchers believe that this massive hole was once a cave during the Ice Age that had flooded once the oceans water level had started to rise. While a scientific marvel, recreational scuba divers as well as guided scuba tours of this giant underwater cavern.

    #3: The Kraken
    This legendary mythical creature is every pirate’s worst nightmare. This mythological monstrosity is supposedly a giant squid that lives off of the coast of Norway and Greenland. Being described as 40-50 feet in length, the Kraken is known to have been able to take down entire ships and fleets with just a swipe of its tentacle. Although there are now connections to the Kraken being and over dramatized giant squid, we’re still not so sure it’s all entirely fake. The ocean is a LARGE place, with very deep, deep waters. Who knows what could be lurking down in the depths? If it turns out to be a cracked, we’re not even sure Johnny Depp could help us out with this one.

    #2: Jurassic Microbes
    In 2012, scientists discovered microbes on the ocean floor that have been on this planet for over 86 million years, dating back to the Jurassic Era. The thing is, these microbes are living at just the bare minimum to keep their DNA intact and their proteins functioning. Not only does this prove that our knowledge of prokaryotes is far from ever being complete, but it also begs the question; how are these microbes living? We're not claiming to be scientists here at Talltanic, but we're pretty sure that 86 million years is a long time for anything to be alive, much less a couple of microbes. With no other viable thoughts and solutions, many claims that this is the first contact we have with alien lifeforms. Believing that since no other life could survive at the bottom of the ocean where very little energy is found or output, where are they getting it from, and could these microbes survive in space as well…?

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Comments • 40

  • Gary Burns
    Gary Burns Year ago

    Awesome love your videos

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    Naqi Year ago

    Your voice is so sexy !

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    finley edwards Year ago

    Oversee individual too sigh odds sake poster example gently either.

  • RockawayCCW
    RockawayCCW Year ago

    Jeff Bezos looks like Uncle Fester.

  • F K
    F K Year ago

    Pro tip, if you watch videos like this all the time, you may have seen some or all of this stuff before. Just skip through the video and look for new things, it saves a ton of time.

  • GreenAppelPie
    GreenAppelPie Year ago

    Are y’all suggesting there’s such a thing as kraken? Really?

  • GreenAppelPie
    GreenAppelPie Year ago

    Why is there a ghostly mask added at 0:29, what was the point. What’s the point of stating a smartphone would stop working underwater...well if it isn’t waterproof yes. Why did y’all state a ship was for getting people from point A to point B, I mean yeah, that’s the point of transportation.

  • Bunbun doe
    Bunbun doe Year ago

    My husband believes if any large animal exists like the Loch Ness monster or the Kraken that it must be the Kraken. I won't be going in the water anytime soon...

  • Tristan Sarenana
    Tristan Sarenana Year ago

    This is literally why I turned off the notifications. Talltanic what happened!? You used to be my favorite channel! Now you guys say the EXACT same things as 20 other top ten list channels I’m subscribed to... how the mighty have fallen...

  • Oldenweery
    Oldenweery Year ago +1

    Please, it's Chuuk Islands, but the Graveyard of Ships is *Truk Lagoon.*

  • Sam Nukic
    Sam Nukic Year ago

    Who wouldn’t want to get their hands on some rockets? lol

  • Bipolarbear 4873
    Bipolarbear 4873 Year ago

    Be weird if we saw a panda civilisation down there

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  • llouw11
    llouw11 Year ago

    I am surprised the Baltic Seas Anomaly and the bloop never made this list

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    Guess The Song Year ago

    Please watch my vid

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    WarMaster Barron Year ago +1

    I like ur vid

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    tech man trecks Year ago

    There is a big city of gold into the water pls make a video or reply.

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    tech man trecks Year ago

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    J.M.KITTYCAT Year ago

    Very cool stuff. Ty

  • xero
    xero Year ago

    "You cant even drop your phone in water without it malfunctioning"...
    Who would win
    A 800$ phone that can survive being submerged in 20 feet of water for 10 minutes
    a single drop into a small puddle

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    Skill3z Yt Year ago

    Danm 16th

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    Pixel Floop Year ago

    Wait a minute fill in comment “CLICKBAIT” heheheheheh

  • Jason Bean
    Jason Bean Year ago +1

    I would like to learn more about the sea life near undersea volcanic formations.

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    Achieved Joker Year ago

    8th comment. yay?

  • Fairy Frequency
    Fairy Frequency Year ago +1

    Amazing report! Thank you. Wishing you a beautiful evening x) 🦋

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    Akari Chan Year ago

    Your right its really weird

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    GamerGrl90 Year ago +2

    Hidden Mickey!

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    Adventure Zone Year ago

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