Fish or tadpole? Five miles deep.

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+51 1. influenza commented 10 years ago

->pressure equivalent to 1600 elephants standing in a roof of a minicar

->total darkness

->and freezing temperatures !!


JESUS... They´re tough Mother Fuckers!!
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-10 2. hdwg commented 10 years ago

Pretty tough little buggers to live in those conditions. Wonder how they'll do with the oil spilling out at the same debth in the Gulf of Mexico?
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+8 3. saym commented 10 years ago

it's got nothing to do with moving - the pressure takes effect on every inch of your body


0:24 I wonder whether it swelled up while being pulled towards the surface? :D
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+76 4. LightAng3l commented 10 years ago

#1 you think they are tough because you compare them to humans. But think about it.... humans have lungs and the pressure would destroy your ability to get air into them. these fish don't have that problem.
Bats live in darkness and seals live in freezing temperatures.
This fish is a true survivor, but that hardly makes it tough. Sure...it's tough compared to a human.

If you where one of those fish and you would have heard about humans you would be like :

-> they can survive out of water
-> live in hot places like Florida
-> they made suits to help them survive in space

Jesus ! those humans are tough mother fuckers!
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+5 5. laughingscorpion commented 10 years ago

It's too bad our submarines can't go that deep. We can't stop the oil. The fish should be okay, because the oil floats. Different story for us surface dwellers both in and out of the ocean. But they are really cool fish.
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+22 6. Voutelamberopipi commented 10 years ago

...and they taste like chicken, i know
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+16 7. Diarmaid commented 10 years ago

"1056 elephants standing on the roof of a car..."
-Why can't people just use normal measurement units...
Trying to put these things in "perspective" is retarded, - there is way to much of this sort of thing lately.
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-3 8. irishgek commented 10 years ago

Ya i love the way they call it extreme conditions , they are for a fucking human , these fish look preaty happy and social , and #7 totally agree but there are people out that that dont understand psi,bars , and theres people who still use inch's and feet too , amazing how backwards some people are
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+7 9. OneShot commented 10 years ago

that light must have been like a flashbang for those little guys then well done humans for assaulting nature's purest :D jk nice lil documentary.
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-1 10. banzemanga commented 10 years ago

I wonder what their bodies are made of. Their skin must be tougher than superman's.
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0 11. kaleemsaudia commented 10 years ago

wow how's our nature ok i want a fray this fish i m hungry :D :D
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+2 12. asemanden commented 10 years ago

#9 Could be they used weak light and very light sensitive cameras, and/or modified the images afterwards, besides the hadal snailfish doesen't have so light sensitive eyes

http://www.extremescience.com/zoom/index.php/life-in-the-deep-ocean/44-deepest-fish
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-4 13. joeman commented 10 years ago

#1 & #4, you're both cool... but ever wonder why you don't say, Mohammed! or Buddha!...
Think about it... ;)
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+2 14. Zephid commented 10 years ago

We know more about the surface of the moon then we do about the depths of our oceans.
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+1 15. LB187 commented 10 years ago

#13 You are absolutely right. It is long past time for the other deities to start pulling their own weight.

I have been saying for years that I want to hear people saying Allahdamnit! or Buddhadamnit! or Odindamnit!

If they want equal time, put in the effort! >:)
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+2 16. Deathegg commented 10 years ago

#4 Is a tough mother fucker!!! >:) >:)
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-1 17. montypython commented 10 years ago

Coming soon to a fish'n'chips menu . . . :S
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-1 18. TarasFromLviv commented 10 years ago

#4
I'm sorry, I still think these fishes are tough motherfuckers!
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-1 19. Searinox commented 10 years ago

Of all the mapping in the world of living creatures, we have only explored the great blue 2%, now thats something huh? :(|)
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-1 20. boka01 commented 10 years ago

I think that its the first time for them to see a light :D
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0 21. manro commented 1 year ago

World*s deepest living fish. For now.