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Sea Creature Porn


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    /r/SeaCreaturePorn

    4,215 Subscribers

    8

    Snook Eats Too Much Bait and Can't Fit Through Oysters

    0 Comments
    2022/02/11
    20:34 UTC

    3

    What is on this Black Drum's Back?

    2 Comments
    2022/02/04
    18:54 UTC

    0

    Jack Crevalle Smashes Face First into Piling and Splits Lip

    0 Comments
    2022/01/28
    22:04 UTC

    5

    Catfish Feeding Frenzy

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    2022/01/21
    21:41 UTC

    15

    A small topknot (Zeugopterus punctatus) crawling on the glass of my cold water marine tank. (Want to see more videos from my tank? Check out my YouTube channel. Link in comments).

    1 Comment
    2022/01/19
    22:21 UTC

    5

    Lumbering Black Drum Frustrated with Sheepshead Following Her!

    0 Comments
    2022/01/14
    22:28 UTC

    6

    450 Million Year Old Beauties!

    0 Comments
    2022/01/11
    13:02 UTC

    7

    Record Sized Snook Emerges from the Darkness

    3 Comments
    2022/01/08
    00:10 UTC

    4

    Jack Attacks

    0 Comments
    2022/01/06
    13:23 UTC

    2

    Freedivers find themselves in the middle of a whales' feeding frenzy (ra...

    1 Comment
    2022/01/02
    09:53 UTC

    7

    Perfectly Camouflaged Monster

    0 Comments
    2022/01/01
    22:43 UTC

    19

    Lumpsuckers and sea spider from an old cold water marine tank. (Short clip from a longer YouTube upload. Link to full video in comments.)

    1 Comment
    2021/12/31
    00:54 UTC

    6

    Snapper Communicate and then Attack!

    1 Comment
    2021/12/29
    23:20 UTC

    5

    Convict Fish Attempted Theft

    0 Comments
    2021/12/27
    19:58 UTC

    5

    Strange dark sea creature

    1 Comment
    2021/11/19
    10:03 UTC

    2

    Moray eel snoozes up side down, Turks and Caicos

    0 Comments
    2021/10/22
    12:51 UTC

    2

    9 surprising facts on the Humpbacks whales: from arctic feeding grounds ...

    0 Comments
    2021/10/21
    08:52 UTC

    4

    Strange Sea Cucumber feeds actively on plankton, Pulau Weh, Sumatra

    0 Comments
    2021/10/20
    15:42 UTC

    5

    Exotic coral reeves and Amazing sea creatures

    0 Comments
    2021/08/16
    20:09 UTC

    0

    JAWS vs ORCA Trilogy

    1 Comment
    2021/07/19
    23:21 UTC

    27

    Bigfin squids, knows as Magnapinna squids are a group of rarely seen cephalopods whose 'arms' can reach 7 meters in length. These alien-like squids are found more than 2,000m beneath the ocean surface and there have only been about 12 confirmed sightings of the animals worldwide.

    0 Comments
    2021/07/11
    12:57 UTC

    15

    Diver spots world's weirdest octopus in rare find along beach

    1 Comment
    2021/07/02
    08:16 UTC

    5

    Mudskippers are fish that often spend more time on land than in water. They may drown if they are never able to leave the water. Mudskippers are known to engage in battles over territory and dominance, most often with their mouths open to demonstrate size and stamina.

    2 Comments
    2021/06/27
    12:45 UTC

    16

    The Opah is the only known fully warm-blooded fish that circulates heated blood throughout its body. Despite they look a little like mola, but they're completely unrelated. Opah is actually related to the Oarfish, strangely enough.

    1 Comment
    2021/06/20
    12:50 UTC

    27

    The cookiecutter shark is one of the smallest breeds of shark and the only shark to be classified as a parasite. They don't actually kill their prey and only feed on animals much larger than itself by taking out small round cuts of meat from their bodies

    2 Comments
    2021/06/13
    12:58 UTC

    54

    Baby pufferfish I found on the beach in Florida!

    0 Comments
    2021/06/08
    02:46 UTC

    25

    Giant oarfish, the longest bony fish in the world, reaching as much as 50ft in length These animals are thought to inspire Sea serpent legends. According to Japanese folklore, disasters like earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanic eruptions are not far off when oarfish rise to shallow waters.

    0 Comments
    2021/06/06
    13:07 UTC

    41

    Nature is simply amazing

    1 Comment
    2021/06/05
    16:04 UTC

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