The Washington University Men’s freshman crew team was practicing when their canoe was inundated by hundreds of annoying giant Asian carp flying out of the water and slapping them around. Damn, nature can be weird.
An aggressive Atlantic Goliath Grouper didn’t like this scuba diver spearfishing in his neck of the woods, and proceeded to steal the diver’s fish and the spear gun that it was attached to. There’s a reason he’s named Goliath after all.
“Imagine trying to move by vomiting out of giant straw and flapping your skirt around very fast – that is how a cuttlefish do.” That’s just one of the many weird facts you’ll learn from Zefrank’s flick about this odd little cephalopod.
(NSFW: Language) Don’t know how to use a rod and reel? Just get yourself a dog like Stripe, and you’ll never go hungry. This retriever/boxer mix plucked a huge fish from a stream all by himself. Too bad asian carp is such a nasty tasting fish.
It was all fun and games with this singing trout’s demonic renditions of “Do Wah Diddy” until these guys went to swap in some new batteries and found that the compartment was empty.
If you don’t believe that a piranha has a deadly bite, you’ll definitely want to keep out of the waters after you see this clip of an unhappy fish being used as a pair of scissors. Don’t hate us, PETA.
Ever wonder what happens when you crack a raw egg 100-feet underwater? Us neither, but these divers show the effect of the pressure levels at that depth. Oh, and that somebody wants lunch.
Why should your goldfish have to live in a crummy old round fishbowl, when they could take up residence in a trendy modern dwelling instead? Stack multiples to build out your own hotel for fish.
Blooming planktons are a feast for shoals of herring. The gathering creates a feast for seafaring birds, who gang up on the herring, pinning them from above and below. The – ohmygod.