I heard /tg/ hates the ocean, can I hate the ocean with you guys?>pic related
>>25267452It has....It has a man's eyes.
I love the ocean. I'm sure as shit never going near it but I love it.
>>25267491It's ok, anon. Not everything is horrible in the ocean.Sometimes it comes up on land.
Don't worry about this picture it's not very scary.
>>25267718Oh. God. What the fuck is that?Note to self: No canned goods from Russia. EVER.
>>25267817>Successful anal circumference roll
>>25267718This is why Asians are only afraid of ghosts, they eat everything not ethereal.
Best thread on /tg/ right now. Pic tangentially-related.
>>25267941>DC 140 Escape artist check
>>25267452Lemme tell you about the ocean man.Fuck the ocean.There's no place in the world more imicable to human life. If you want to live in the ocean you have to bring your environment with you.The reason why is because the ocean fucking hates you and tries everything to kill you.Fall off your ship, I give you a half-hour before you freeze to death, drown, are eaten by sharks, raped by dolphins, or any combination of the above.The weather comes in two varieties, cold and shitty, or hot and shitty. Don't think having a more stable ship will help you, that just pisses the ocean off more and makes the weather worse. God save you if you have motion sickness. I don't know what the fuck the ocean is made out of, salt and some other shit, the oceanographers tell me. Fuck them, the fucking ocean hippies, and their damn rapey whales. I've seen people get pulled out of the ocean dissolved by that crap after they died and fall in piles of goop and clothes that smell like rotten fish and sea-gull shit.If I ever wanted to kill anyone I hated I'd dump them in the ocean when the sea snakes are spawning. At least, I would if their screaming wouldn't make every ship and aircraft in 20 nautical miles find them.I don't know what all I'm saying but what I really mean to say is:Fuck the Ocean because the Ocean fucking Hates you.
Giant isopods posted yet? Nope? Alright, got through the thread without that shit!Hiding now,
Noooooo. I can't not look at this stuff and it WILL give me nightmares. I'm already terrified of open water. Fuck you, planet.
The thing I hate most about the ocean is how unbelievably, naturally, terrifyingly BIG it is. ANYTHING could live in that space. I know there are limits on how big something can get because it would need a ridicules amount of energy to operate, but god DAMN, it's like the ocean is just waiting for someone to go down deep enough to release the fucking Kraken.
>>25269542Is that a seamonster...EATING a B-52?BuenoReminds me of that one Sci-Fi original movie.
Commencing sea monster art dump!
>>25267452If I didn't hate the ocean before, I do now. Thanks OP
You know that feeling when your halfway through a dump but really want to go do something else but you feel like you need to finish? Yeah.
...I like the ocean...
>>25270486I did. Not anymore...
>>25270573This is cool
>>25270486This is a coconut crab. It lives on many islands in the southwest Pacific and Indian Oceans. It is not only the largest extant land arthropod on Earth (weighing in at up to 4.1 kg), but it might be the largest an arthropod could theoretically grow in our current atmosphere. It can get as large as a dog (1m long, counting the legs, and 20cm wide) and support over 10kg of weight.It can't swim. In fact, it takes its name from the fact that it travels by sea by floating on coconuts. If it is knocked off, it will drown in a couple of minutes.Ocean to the rescue.
>>25270663I wonder if you could keep one as a pet or something
>>25268534Who drowns in the ocean? It's salt water. You can float on it forever.
>>25270710It's an edible cockroach, why would you?
>>25270663>as large as a dogJesus christ. And here I thought that Australia had a monopoly on giant, creepy shit
>>25267452That picture can never stop reminding me of the Eraserhead baby. It doesn't even look that much like it.
>>25267817That's just an innocuous gif of a crab molting played backwards.
>>25270776If it makes you feel better, they can show up in Australia. But only on the north coast where no one lives.
Fuck off I love the ocean. I lived in Hawaii for 12 years and California for 3.Someone once thought I was an otter when I was 9 and swimming with a wetsuit. Good thing it wasn't a shark
WHO LIKES BUBBLEGUM?
>>25270932That guy isn't scary. Look, he's even smiling!
>>25270994They're gonna need a bigger boat
Don't look.If you look, it's already too late.
>>25271151Whoops, didn't mean to spoiler that one.
>>25271129"What, those? Just some harmless marrow leeches. No, I don't know why they're called that."
>being afraid of giant, ocean monstersHERE is your new nightmare, /tg/http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQWgUht-ObI
"It's fine. There's nothing to worry about, I promise. Just look at this little guy he--">Crack"Okay, now I'm worrying."
>>25267817crabs are just spiders that live in the ocean and aren't poisonous
>>25271440>Implying crabs are not poisonous.Don't worry Australia has those too.http://www.nevillecoleman.com.au/underwater-marine-life-journal/dive-travel-survival-tips/poisonous-reef-carbs/
>>25268535You don't like giant isopods?
>>25271541Dammit Australia, why the fuck do you have so many things that can kill you?
>>25268535Man, what's so scary about giant isopods? They're cool looking in an alien sorta way and are sometimes kinda cute.
>>25271628Its one of the few places you can actually level up. Most regions animals don't give as much experience
>>25271237Just don't piss in the amazon.
>>25271658Yeah, they are pretty cute.
>>25271719What a beautiful symbiosis.
>>25271528>inb4 IT IS REAL?no guys, it isn't
>>25271743What? It's just a bit jellyfish. Why wouldn't that be real?
>>25271738It's not symbiosis. It's straight up parasitism.
>>25271762Jellyfish are adorable. Except when they sting. In which case, fuck them.
>>25271719What's that? Wikipedia implies that giant isopods only eat very slow moving prey. Mostly corpses, the slowest moving prey of them all. Also, the adjective giant seems to me to imply they are bigger than the average fish's jaw.
>>25271738it isn't symbiosis when the fish dies
>>25271762because they never get that big
>>25271738>beautiful>symbiosisA namefag gets it all wrong, again.
Need a good scare? Search "The Bloop"
>>25271743No, it's totally real. That's a lion's mane jellyfish. Biggest jelly in the world.>>25271778I was being facetious. Mind you as far as I know the thing doesn't actually hurt the fish - it replaces the tongue, but the fish can use the parasite as a fully functional new tongue, and the parasite never drains enough blood to harm it. So I guess it's more like... a commensal relationship?
>>25271835wasn't that some random noise no one found the source for
>>25271835Interestingly enough, the Bloop came from a spot very near where R'lyeh is supposed to be...
>>25271872Was most likely tectonic or ice shelf movement, last time I read.
>>25271872One random, extremely loud, and low frequency sound that must've come from something huge. The kicker? Lovecrafts R'lyeh coordinates are very close to the sound.
>>25271872For some reason, the phrase "something something something biologicals something" comes to mind. Not sure why. Maybe I just have submarines on the brain
>>25271890It's also close to the Ice shelf that cracked there too, which sadly may be the answer to this awesome mystery...
>>25271802That's not a giant isopod. It's a parasitic louse called cymothoa exigua or simply a tongue-eating parasite. They're sorta unique. They extract the fish's blood through the claws on its front, causing the tongue to atrophy from lack of blood. The parasite then replaces the fish's tongue by attaching its own body to the muscles of the tongue stub. The fish is able to use the parasite just like a normal tongue. Once it's replaced the tongue, the louse feeds on either the fish's blood or its mucus, depending on the what species the louse is. It is the only known parasite that is known to functionally replace a host's organ.
>>25271934Or, it could be a giant, invisible space turd.......Yeah, I like the R'lyeh explanation better.
>>25271967I think it would be hilarious if Cthulhu caused an ice shelf to collapse on him while awakening, burying him even deeper. That monster has some shitty luck.
>>25271981Much more eerie when it's walking.
You see this thing?This is a Bobbit Worm.The worst motherfucker that wants to ruin your day for even looking at it.Hell, you don't even need to fucking look at it. Just being in the general area makes it want to wreck your shit.These motherfuckers grow up to ten feet long.Not that you would know. You only ever see it for a brief second as it sticks its head out of the sand, with a pair of jaws big enough to make you never look at a pair of scissors the same way again.And it's terrifying maw isn't even the worst part about it. It's covered in bristles that cause permanent nerve damage. PERMANENT nerve damage. That means if it so much as stings you once you'll get permanently paralyzed there for the rest of your life.These monsters hunt by sitting in a hole waiting for anything stupid enough to wander nearby. Then they grab it in those gigantic pincers. And what do they do? Drag it down? No, they fucking SLAM whatever they caught so hard that they rip it down under the sand with them.Thinking they aren't scary yet? They only ever show you their head. Not so tough right? Just cut the head off, right? WRONG, THEY WILL JUST GROW IT BACK MOTHERFUCKER.Fuck the ocean.
>>25270718You. Are. A. Fucking. Moron.
>>25271719'The parasite destroys the fish's tongue, and then attaches itself to the stub of what was once its tongue and becomes the fish's new tongue.'NOPE. DONE WITH YOUR SHIT NATURE. KILL EVERYTHING.
>>25272038Awwww, I wanna hug it. Can I hug it?
>>25272160Kinda an interesting, if somewhat used idea for a druid. Druids that protect civilization from nature because nature be scary yo.
>>25272160There's a book where giant invisible spiders do the same thing to humanity.
>>25270424Why does something that large need teeth?
>>25272270It tears chunks out of even larger monsters.
>>25272210NOPE. NOPENOPENOPE.I'm outta here
>>25272270Because why the fuck not. You're already colossal, and terrifying, why not just finish it and add enormous teeth.
I almost considered going back to the beach this year.THANKS GUYS. Now I need clean pants.
>>25272190stealing this idea"damn it druid, we need to chop down those trees for the lumber""if you go any deeper into the forest you'll all die""that some kind of threat? you think just because you can use magic you can threaten us you fucking druid?""you know what? go ahead and cut down the trees, i won't stop you">10 minutes later"OH MY FUCKING GOD!!! MY ARM, IT ATE MY ARM""i told you not to cut down that tree"
>>25272283It's called "This Book is Full of Spiders: Seriously Dude, Don't Touch it."
>>25270710Yes, some people do.
Because there's other large things, many of which have teeth.
>>25272333God.Dammit.On the otherhand, I can *probably* use this to our my arachnophobic friend. So on one hand, thanks. On the other, you sir, can fuck right on off
>>25272270Because there's always a bigger fish...
>>25272390This things are too hilarious looking to be afraid of.Seriously, that one on the right is like "Man, why you gotta take my picture?"
Behold, the goblin shark.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-JWkiIozGIdon't watch this guys
>>25272533Goblin shark! Yay!
>>25271839Those exist, yes. No they don't grow that big. And if you actually know that's a lions mane you also know that. So shame on you.
>>25272234>Kilroy was here.
Deep Sea/Underwater Cavern horror gamePlay in a dark room(use some aquarium-type ambient light to see char sheets with) pull out a tablet and flash a picture of whatever underwater creature has suddenly appeared from the depths, player shitting bricks.
>Kongo Fish>likes to take bites out of crocodiles, anything that falls in the water, and people
>>25272656That's a pretty good idea. There aren't enough undersea games.
>>25272143>>25272173>>25272215Here's a video of a bobbit worm preying on a lion fishhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3H4J5QDQeA4
>>25271835>>25271872>>25271890>>25271908>>25272024Something else that's quite interesting to note. In the last.. I think it was five years, something like 30-40 tagged whales have just flat out disappeared in that area.
>>25272424No, the biggest things on the planet are Mammals. And they have baleen, not teeth. It takes energy to be enormous, and even more energy to be a predator. The only they they could eat would be whales. ... Though blubber is incredibly high calorie...
>>25272553>tail is still wriggling>Wikipedia says it can grow a new headthis is some Lovecraftian horror right here
Jesus fucking Christ, this was the absolute worst thread to decide to look around in before going to bed.I'll never sleep again.
>>25272717The biggest things that we know of, you mean.
>>25272633>They like to eat your dick
>>25271151That's fake right? o_o
>>25272908That little fish thing in the amazon would like to have a word with you.If you urinate in the river, one can wedge itself into your urethra, and it's spines means that you either have to have it surgically removed or....just rip it out.
>>25272923Nope, totally real.
>This whole threadFIS PLS.STAHP FIS.
>>25272923Nope.It's real alright.I had to fight one of the damn things earlier. Bastard was trying to eat my house
>>25272717Quite so, but think about this.>massive creature>cold blooded>lives in the abyssal>extremly slow metabolism>evolved to detect, or possibly lure large cetaceans from mile away.>using a minimal of energy, slowly float to shallow water.>quick burst of energy to snag a tasty sperm whale, or blue whale and gobble it down in 1-2 bites>gently drifts back down to the bottom, bringing any uneaten pieces with it.tl;dr yes, massive predators require massive amounts of energy, but what if they're not active most of the time. Hibernating, so to speak.
>>25272962You're just messing with me right?...right?
And here we can see how the entire ocean floor appears to move as thousands of creatures descend upon the corpses drifting down from abovehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HG17TsgV_qI
>>25273001Real or not, I'm gonna have nightmares tonight
>>25273004That is a very happy looking gross shark-thing.
>>25273027Yeah. I was going to have nightmares starting about...oh, here:>>25267718
>>25272683They're freshwater, though.
>>25272038It reminds me of one of the monsters on that "AAAAH! Real Monsters!" show.
>>25273069yep, no sleep for me tonight.While I'm at it, might as well throw in fuckign Basking Shark.
As long as we're talking creepy fishes, have a snakeheadFun fact, they can be found here in the US. Also, they can walk. Have fun~
>>25273105Those guys are totally docile.
>>25273105Good thing it only eats plankton.
>>25273007if you think about it this is actually how dragons work. really big ass predator, sleeps for 80% of the time, lives in the middle of nowhere, lures in adventurers (horde), eats the food, adds to lure, naps more
Because of how some of these fishes look, I tend to think of them as different paths of evolution that we as a species could have gone... I have no basis for this theory beyond appearance so take it as you will...
>>25273131>>25273135Yep.ALso, when they're mouths are closed, they have a perpetual look of Derp.
>>25273123That doesn't look scary, just really really pissed.
>>25273123Oh god, that's so cartoony looking. It's like a scaly goomba with a fish tail instead of legs.
>>25273123that fish's expression>I am just so miffed right now!
I've got an ocean story for you guysHere's some minor backstory; I'm a good ol' Florida boy, I've lived near our beaches for most of my life and I love every part of them. That being said, I've learned to respect the ocean over the years thanks to it sending "reminders" to me that things live in it. Scary things.About a year ago I was fishing off of the coast in Tampa Bay. Great place, excellent for catching huge fish like Tarpon. After a long day of fishing without catching anything I decided to take a break with my family and hit one of the beaches around the coast. At this particular beach the tide was out really bad and there was a sandbar about 20 feet off of the shore where a bunch of people had parked their boats and were dancing in the ankle high water. Me, my mother, and my father all decided that we would swim out there because hey, party's a party right? As I said before, between us and the sandbar was about 15 to 20 feet of deep water; the kind where if you look at it it's almost black. We swam over there no problem; my mother and father made it there a couple of seconds before me and I was slowly making my way to them when a couple of people who were there kind of stopped and looked at me. At first I thought it was because I was wearing a dorky looking life jacket ( mother knows best, even when I'm 22) but then I saw the fear on their faces and that made me nervous. I got to the sandbar and reunited with my parents without thinking too much about people giving me weird looks. A couple came over to us and asked me " Are you ok?" I was a little bit confused as to why they asked me this and asked them what was wrong with me." With you? Nothing at all, but everyone here saw a Hammerhead swim right underneath you, must have been like 10 feet!"We asked the couple if they could ferry us back to shore on their boat.
>>25273162Yeah.Until you pull one that's three feet long out of your lake.Yeah, a machete to the neck was the most expedient means of ridding myself of THAT unwanted intruder
Everything's bigger in Texas.Also note: Freshwater fish.
>>25273205I had a land experience like that once, except I was 2 feet from a Black Bear waving my flashlight around randomly in the middle of the fight, and my family were freaking out at me to get into the cabin(quietly of course). They were glad I didn't turn around and freak out, lol.
>>25273281Looks adorable.What kind of life-threatening secret is that cuteness hiding?
>>25273325It's poisonous most likely
>>25273281> U avin a giggol m8? I'll fukken deck u in, swear on me mum
>>25273325Aren't most blowfish incredibly poisonous?
Fish shouldn't have hands.
>>25273325It is actually toxic enough to kill you very quickly if you eat the wrong part
>>25273123>That really rustled my jimmies!
>>25273408Still don't understand exactly what the fuck Evolution was thinking with this ugly bastard
>>25273162They're an extremely aggressive species; they kill all the other fish in the rivers and have been known to openly bite humans. We hate them over here and kill them any chance we get.and yes, they do get big.
>>25273408...I can't even imagine how that mouth is supposed to work.
>>25273408Why did all the metal species have to die?
>>25273429To the degree that biologists will wipe out entire lakes just to get rid of the fuckers
>>25273400And yet, to hear the Japanese tell it, the non-poisonous parts are delicious.
>>25273424lower jaw takes a lot of abuse over the years, this guy just keeps growing more jaw to abuse...probably, the other plausibility is that the spiral tooth formation serves some nefarious evolutionary advantage
>>25273500I've been able to deal with everything else in this thread just fine...But this fucking image makes me want to NOPE all the way to the fucking desert.
>>25273443Actually, nowadays they think it looked more like this. The spiral actually included reserve teeth that were supposed to replace lost ones. Only instead of rows like with modern sharks, it was all one long line.
>>25273566That's still goofy as hell looking
>>25273566Hm. Better, but it still looks...odd :|
>>25273577>>25273585Evolution has its dead ends.
>>25273577precursor tech ussually does>>25273585>>25273613>tfw you realize the human brain is programmed to look at evolutionary structures and intuitively notice flaws in the designs
>this entire threadGRABBING ASSAULT HARPOONMOVING TO DESERT
Freeze. or he'll get you
>>25273650>"Help me! Something horrible is chewing on my ass!"
>>25273637Sure, there's poisonous snakes and arachnids everywhere, but on the bright side, peyote!
>>25273659Saving this for a rainy day.>>25273637I think you mean>Grab APS>Go innadesert
>>25273671Thank god for the Precambrian die-off
Another freshwater fish.
>>25273408I could actually see that being feasible. Some muscles attached to it could allow it to be used like a tongue to grab food. The teeth would ensure it couldn't get away, and deliver it to the mouth for consumption.
>>25273719>tfw a fish has better looking teeth then you do.
>>25273637>MOVING TO DESERTYou're going to want this instead then.
there is a chance I will be working on an oil rig this year /tg/, doing underwater welding workyou guys are not making this easy
>>25273659i know that porn
Yet another freshwater fish.
>>25273761All I've got is this, how screwed am I?
>>25273789This crustacean has hollowed out the gelatinous, barrel-like body of a salp. She will lay her eggs inside and will take it with her and watch over it even after her young have hatched.
>>25273785 Hey buddyWhatcha doin?Weldin?How u weld unda da sea?Imma bite you, see if you taste good.
>>25273785try not to think about what may be lurking hundreds of meters below you as you hang on a cable dangling over an abyss
>>25273604Apparently Mola Mola are technically plankton, in that they don't have enough swimming power to move on their own. They just sort of float along on currents.
>>25271397Is there an artist source for this one? This looks awesome.
>>25273555Imagine sticking your dick in it.
sea critters are all fine and terrifying, but what really scares me is the thought of something from beyond lying on the ocean floor for eonshttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2197489/So-Baltic-Sea-UFO-alien-saucer-underwater-Nazi-base-No--just-rocks-claim-debunkers.html
>>25273846>It was but a ruse!
>>25273928Looks like one of those flower/vagina paintings.
Isn't it adorable?
>>25274072It kinda is, yeah.
Mermaids have it rough, huh
>>25274119There's a reason they're extinct.
>>25273637Uh, dude...Bad news.
>>25274134It's not our fault they were delicious.
ITT a bunch of people who don't watch River Monsters and think they should only be afraid of the ocean. Best to stay about 20 ft from any body of water, including mud puddles
>>25274187OH GOD FUCKING WHAT
>>25273123>>25273162I agree, for some reason I saw the image and thought "the average New yorker on any day of the week."
>>25270663That looks fucking delicious.
>>25272143So the Hebikera from Nausicaa are flying bobbit worms
>>25273500What? No. That's not a thing. Is that a thing? A turtle?!? That's not a thing.OH GOD WHY IS THAT A THING?!?I'm fine with everything else in this thread, but this fucking thing is getting to me.
Dunkleosteus>3 ft long and weighed as much as 4 tons>tank with fins
>>25274215Fucking LOVE River Monsters
>>25274296I call it Freshwater Fangly Fish.
>>25274283>3 feet long>weighs 4 tonsWhat the fuck? It'd have to be made of solid lead to be that heavy.
some of these are alive today
>>25274325my bad. Meant 33 ft
>>25274339>some of these are alive today>The T-Rex and Triceratops are not among themThanks for reminding me the dinosaurs will never walk the earth again. I wanted my fucking pet velociraptor.This goes along with the realization Prussia nor the Roman Empire will ever exist again.
>>25274196Oh hey, a giant water bug. Those things are cool.
>>25274339>T. rex is about the same size as an elephantEVERYTHING I KNOW IS A LIE
Actual Snakefish.They'll slug over to you. Eventually.
>>25273968>some giant research station from the Cold War sitting down their, deeper than anyone is being led to believe is possible to reach regularly
>>25274422actually, while the atmosphere probably couldn't support anything near the size of a t rex, a raptor should be possible to clone
>>25274363Hey, my favourite fish!Fun fact: It would actually open it's mouth so fast that it would create a vacuum, sucking in prey. No escape, motherfucker.
>>25274473>ignoring the fact that blue whales still exist>and can hold their breath for 30 minutes
>mfw this thread>mfw this ENTIRE threadFuck you mother nature. I'm 120000% done with your shit.
>>25274505being big underwater is just simply unfair
>>25274339and if any of the ones who are not still were alive, you can be sure that humans would have killed a few of them by now
>Go to the beach.>Watching people laugh, swim, play.>Be fishing about 50 yards down the beach from swimmers.>Hook up.>End up reeling in a 6ft Leopard Shark.>Watch people loose their shit when they see it and realize they're swimming with these guys right in the surf.
>>25274274Yep. They're in the hills and swamps of southeastern America. There's a show about a guy whose job is to remove them from people's ponds, although he also removes other animals from other places.
Am I the only one in here wondering how everything in the pics would taste with butter and a little garlic?
Fuck it. Thanks /tg/. Now I want to write a setting about humanity fighting back against giant monstrosities from the deepest pits of the ocean.Like Pacific Rim. But without the giant robots.
>>25274586They also hate humanity and its incursions into the aquatic world so much they kill themselves by throwing themselves in front of boats causing massive amounts of damage before they flop onto a beach and rot like a bunch of massive dicks. Because they also have those. Massive dicks.
>>25274339At least seven, yes.
>>25274609Well, that's what happened to the mammoth anyway.
>>25274686Don't forget, lobsters don't die of old age. They die from disease or accident. They also continue growing throughout their entire lives. Theoretically a lobster could reach any size, provided it didn't die of accident or ocean AIDS. I like to think that there's a giant lobster, the first lobster, plotting and scheming in the bottom of a deep ocean trench somewhere, and all the lobsters in Gordon Ramsay's spaghetti were scouts who weren't quick enough. It's only a matter of time before they send out the big guns.
>>25274686Isn't that what the second X-COM game was about?
>>25274729Crustacean bodies can only support relatively small animals. The biggest they get is >>25270663.
>>25274729epic levels handbook has the paragon template and says it's used for "first" beings, and it also has CR50+ insects that are basically just really big bugs
>>25274767>Crustacean bodies can only support relatively small animals.In the pressures we're used to measuring, yes. Who knows what lurks in the deepest depths?
Here, have a video of these salty fuckers getting what they deserve.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93oz36zFuiAOn a lighter note, I now want to fight sea baddies with a spear called "The Brinacle" that freezes things on contact.
>>25273261That fish's face.>Oh gosh I'm in the picture! They're taking a picture of me!
>>25274678I think you may have meant to reply to a different post. Either that or you're thinking of alligator sanopping turtles or something.. Although the idea of people's ponds being overrun by leatherback sea turtles is pretty awesome.
>>25274842>what's a gamma ray burst like?a brinacle>oh that isn't so badwhen you are a polyp embedded on the seafloor>good heavens!
>>25274988>tfw our idealists want to go from polyps to seastars and consider this a big leap
>>25273123if he had arms would slap your shit
>>25275003actually, we aren't even a polyp, our whole population is like the single cell of a specific and very immature polyp that may never survive long enough to bud into a hydra and eventually birth sporeswe are truly very small and insignificant thingsbut hey, there's a long way to go upwards!
>>25273928Oh, that's a great name.
>>25275003Better than nothing.
>>25274586It's the amount of oxygen that is the limitation, not the size.
>>25274653>Go to beach>find cute girl while fishing>start getting real close>think "hey fishing can wait">go off some-place private to "hook up">get all naked, she goes down on me>wrapped in ecstasy I close your eyes for only a moment>when I open then I realize she is not a girl at all but 6ft leopard shark>"this is for my fallen comrades you bastard" she says moments before devouring my cock >staggering on to the beach moments latter sobbing, holding my ruined crotch >Watch people loose their shit when they realize ANY girl at the beach could be a shark turns out all the girls at the beach were sharks it was a massacre of cocks still totally worth it
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sacculinathis barnacle injects itself into its host, replacing the host tissue with its own
>>25275367hey, polyps don't have any real sensory organs, right? just very basic contact reflexes and maybe eyespots and no higher neurological functionsand then even seastars don't have much in the way of higher order interaction beyond slightly more advanced reflexes and bare minimum visual acuityif a polyp is a planetary society and a seastar an interplanetary one? what the hell is the galactic equivalent of a fish?
>>25273500God bless the motherfucker that killed this monstrosity
>>25275446Maybe we don't want to know.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYlAq-NhR1w
>>25276187Bullshit, we always want to know, it's mankind's one true flaw and its only advantage.http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=3dYjJ3kOGoY>this was in the linked videos at the end of yours
>>25276187>not the SAN loss versionhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5zZphnY5v8
>>25276257Let's try and keep it at least one step less gay than that.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wyAiR-8qdI
>>25276187>>25276257>>25276289>>25276316Where the fuck did this shit come from?
>>25276316how about two steps less gay?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=edaC4IX0IZs
>>25276404Two of them are elder gods, so actually responding to>>25275446The other two are yaoi. I don't know why they were posted.
>>25276663We dare not fathom the mind of Anonymous, madness lurks there at the edges of a reality mortal men dare not tread.
>>25270486Same here. Nothing quite like scuba-diving, where the new skies are the limit. And seeing sunfall underwater, bootifuls. I mean seriously, so many things down there can kill you but the same's on land!In short, come under da seabring your familyyou won't need oxygenbecause you won't leave
>>25271558Is that a giant squid corpse?
>>25274422Have no fear anon, in about another decade we're going to have Jurassic Park esque dinosaurs thanks to reverse engineering chickens and ostriches!A chicken sized brontosaurus will soon be in a pet store near you!
>>25274422Birds are dinosaurs