Jonathan Bird’s Blue World shares footage of one of nature’s odd relationships – as a hermit crab helps move a pair of anemones from her old shell to a bigger one. The anemones offer the crab protection, and the crab offers food to the anemones. (Thanks Paul!)
Diver Rick Coleman took his wife Susie out on a trip to catch some spiny lobster. But she didn’t have the benefit of a net, and tried to catch these crafty crustaceans using only her hands. As the video shows, it’s not an easy task.
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.
From the looks of this clip, we’re guessing these black finless porpoises started to pass around an underwater bubble by being enticed with lots of delicious fish treats. Now they do it on porpoise. There, we said it.
A scuba diver shows off not only his underwater bubble making skills, but how said bubble can be used to knock things over. Seems like this should be some sort of move in Super Scuba Fighter IV.