That is one extremely strange, yet extremely cool jellyfish thingy! I am most interested in how it achieves the double shadow.
wow! you weren't kidding!
@Porakiya Draekojin: That'll be the lights from the submersible. It's a very cool jellyfish, but I don't think it can interfere with light that much!@TexWisGirl: I NEVER kid! :P
You know, after all the other crazy stuff you've been showing us lately, why not? They've already got disembodied kidneys and colons and the like floating around down there. I just hope these guys aren't contagious. I had pink eye when I was a kid. No fun.
Is that a... gingerbread man? Yeah! Or maybe a Teddy Graham, at 35 seconds or so. How did he get there? What were his last thoughts? Did he like string cheese? Is his family still looking for him?
Don't be silly, Lear's Fool, everything likes string cheese.
Maybe that's what he was looking for when he ended up in the bottom of the ocean, Crunchy?
wha tif all of the organ-like creatures of the ocean decide to combine to form one creature?
When they discovered this creature ?
I like a writer that knows when 'nuff said. This guy is pretty WOW! all by himself.
@Crunchy: I love me some disembodied body parts, the more the sickeningly merrier!@Lear's Fool: So... is this a gingerbread man with a stringy, cheesy centre? That might have weighed him down? Maybe that was the problem!@Porakiya Draekojin: It would be my dream/nightmare come true! I'm not sure which. Or maybe it would be both at the same time?@karim galal: I'm not sure. This particular one would be very recent, but I don't know if they take days or weeks to put up videos. The species in general, I have no idea.@elfinelvin: Haha! Glad I can be succinct once in a while!
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