The sea is so full of life. Small wonder, as, according to scientists and biologists, all life began in the sea. The watery environment is perfect for gentler life forms to live in, and opens the way for some of the most bizarre and strange looking life as well. What kind of creatures live in the bottom of the ocean? In this collection, you'll find some of the most strange, beautiful and remarkable creatures under the waves.
These weird creatures are ancient and beautiful and can carry quite a poisonous punch. So let us examine what we know about jellyfish, while also seeing how beautiful and varied these creatures can be!
Hidden beneath the sea are hundreds and thousands of colorful slugs, in bright hues that would make you think they’re from another planet. Many of these colorful creatures used to be snails that shed their shells and evolved into sublime sea slugs.
Seahorses and seadragons are weird creatures. With their unique shapes and colors, they are beautiful and graceful to look at. Let's take a look at some mesmerizing photographs of these spectacular creatures.
In this modern age, the enormous ocean still hides many fantastic secrets. Most of these surprises are biological in nature, turning out the most incredible, alien-looking and bizarre life forms, so different from our own, yet fascinating to see.
While we may be used to seeing land-roaming animals and birds flying in the sky, there's an entire world of creatures living and thriving below sea level. Let's take a look at these sea creatures with a distinctive color and with a body structure that makes them look like something from a cartoon or fantasy movie.
Photographer Ryo Minemizu spends a lot of time in the waters of Osezaki in Japan photographing these tiny sea creatures together with a diving team, and you’ll now get the opportunity to see 18 of these creatures up close and personal!
Creative and talented photo series by Alexander Semenov, a Russian photographer, taken in the white sea. These gorgeous shots take us once again to that alien-like, silent place under the waves, to see things we've never seen before.