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Strange Japanese Sea Creatures | National Geographic

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Published on Aug 13, 2007

Exotic creatures lie at the bottom of Japan's Suruga Bay, including spider crabs, chimeras and lantern sharks.
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Archer King
Damn nature, you scary
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CheckDare
NARRATOR: "This submarine can ascend down to seven thousand feet..." Ascend down. National Geographic. Another example of how modern education is circling the drain.
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wakaka2waka
Where are the schoolgirls?
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Markus Sangalang
If we try hard enough we will eventually find some kind of godzilla resting on one of the deepest parts of the ocean camoflouged as jaggered rocks
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Lunar Swoon
"What will technology help us discover next?"  *eel* "heyyyyy wtf is this thing over he-ow fuck! bitch!"
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Brocksta1
Hmm I dunno these fish didn't look very Japanese
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M Knox
haha.. maybe alien too have there own national geographic channel, were we are all being watch like a strange animals...
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LipJobby
This is just a copy of Pokémon
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TheGGbond
no wonder there is strange sea creatures in japan, after two ameican nuclear bombs and nuclear power station leakout in japan,it would be strange not have weird stuff in the ocean
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Dylan Oh
Still no Godzilla though
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