Deep sea oil rig creature

It came from the depths of the ocean. A strange, billowing deep-sea creature that unexpectedly floated into view on an oil rig camera. The mysterious sea creature was spotted 5,000ft deep in the Gulf of Mexico two years ago, but it has only just been identified by marine biologists.

An oil rig spotted an enormous creature on its deep-sea camera somewhere in the ocean off Great Britain. The operator was astonished to see the jelly-like creature roll its fleshy blob near the Weirdest Creatures Filmed Beneath Oil Rigs Oil rigs are enormous platforms that extend to thousands of feet beneath the sea, and their deep-stretching legs are constantly monitored by cameras and ROVs. As a result, we unintentionally get a rare glimpse at the marine life inhabiting the deep sea. On April 25, somewhere in the ocean off Great Britain, a remotely operated video camera near a deep sea oil rig caught a glimpse — at first it was just a glimpse — of an astonishing looking sea Magnapinna squids are rarely seen cephalopods common worldwide in great depths usually only accessible by ROVs. This is an experimental documentary short I made, the first time I have ever This drill, just beneath the surface, would go on for another 30,000ft on top of the 400ft between the sand and the water surface. We were right down at the ocean floor. You never really get used to the sensation at being at such incredible depths; having an endless abyss of darkness all around you, Recently, a video passed around online showed a giant, amorphous, blob-like creature floating near a deep drilling oil rig. The creature pulsated nearby for quite some time, catching the attention of pretty much everyone. It looked almost to be lit from within, and it was incredibly sized, rippling around and constantly changing shape.

Magnapinna squids are rarely seen cephalopods common worldwide in great depths usually only accessible by ROVs. This is an experimental documentary short I made, the first time I have ever

Soon after the video’s release, marine biologists identified the creature as an enigmatic jellyfish called Deepstaria enigmatica, first described by F.S. Russel in 1967. Of course, it doesn’t look much like the types of jellyfish with which we are most familiar. [RAW]Truly bizarre sea creature captured by deep sea oil rig underwater camera. 59 Massive Unidentified Sea Monster caught on Oil-Rig Cam . WTF . more; Eight injured when giant flag pole falls on Indian Holi festival crowds. Driver Barely Notices Giant Boulder. Jogger runs into a invisible chain. NYC Costco sees lines, gas masks and chaos as panic buying intensifies from coronavirus fears. Boards > Community Central > The Vestibule > WTF, massive sea monster spotted on deep-sea oil rig camera (video) > WTF, massive sea monster spotted on deep-sea oil rig camera (video) This drill, just beneath the surface, would go on for another 30,000ft on top of the 400ft between the sand and the water surface. We were right down at the ocean floor. You never really get used to the sensation at being at such incredible depths; having an endless abyss of darkness all around you, The ocean depths are the last great frontier to explore on planet Earth. Case in point: A 30-inch deep-sea isopod that surfaced this week. Last month fishermen in the icy Ross Sea encountered a deep-sea giant. Almost 20 feet (6 meters) long, with spiked tentacles and huge, protruding eyes, it was feeding on Patagonian toothfish caught

Weirdest Creatures Filmed Beneath Oil Rigs Oil rigs are enormous platforms that extend to thousands of feet beneath the sea, and their deep-stretching legs are constantly monitored by cameras and ROVs. As a result, we unintentionally get a rare glimpse at the marine life inhabiting the deep sea.

Recently, a video passed around online showed a giant, amorphous, blob-like creature floating near a deep drilling oil rig. The creature pulsated nearby for quite some time, catching the attention of pretty much everyone. It looked almost to be lit from within, and it was incredibly sized, rippling around and constantly changing shape. Soon after the video’s release, marine biologists identified the creature as an enigmatic jellyfish called Deepstaria enigmatica, first described by F.S. Russel in 1967. Of course, it doesn’t look much like the types of jellyfish with which we are most familiar. [RAW]Truly bizarre sea creature captured by deep sea oil rig underwater camera. 59 Massive Unidentified Sea Monster caught on Oil-Rig Cam . WTF . more; Eight injured when giant flag pole falls on Indian Holi festival crowds. Driver Barely Notices Giant Boulder. Jogger runs into a invisible chain. NYC Costco sees lines, gas masks and chaos as panic buying intensifies from coronavirus fears.

Recently, a video passed around online showed a giant, amorphous, blob-like creature floating near a deep drilling oil rig. The creature pulsated nearby for quite some time, catching the attention of pretty much everyone. It looked almost to be lit from within, and it was incredibly sized, rippling around and constantly changing shape.

Soon after the video’s release, marine biologists identified the creature as an enigmatic jellyfish called Deepstaria enigmatica, first described by F.S. Russel in 1967. Of course, it doesn’t look It came from the depths of the ocean. A strange, billowing deep-sea creature that unexpectedly floated into view on an oil rig camera. The mysterious sea creature was spotted 5,000ft deep in the Gulf of Mexico two years ago, but it has only just been identified by marine biologists. The Year of Pluto - New Horizons Documentary Brings Humanity Closer to the Edge of the Solar System - Duration: 58:34. NASA 4,720,314 views Soon after the video’s release, marine biologists identified the creature as an enigmatic jellyfish called Deepstaria enigmatica, first described by F.S. Russel in 1967. Of course, it doesn’t look much like the types of jellyfish with which we are most familiar. If you ask someone off the street to draw a jellyfish, you’ll probably get a smallish puffy, inverted saucer-shaped bell with long, flowing tentacles. An oil rig spotted an enormous creature on its deep-sea camera somewhere in the ocean off Great Britain. The operator was astonished to see the jelly-like creature roll its fleshy blob near the

Soon after the video’s release, marine biologists identified the creature as an enigmatic jellyfish called Deepstaria enigmatica, first described by F.S. Russel in 1967. Of course, it doesn’t look

59 Massive Unidentified Sea Monster caught on Oil-Rig Cam . WTF . more; Eight injured when giant flag pole falls on Indian Holi festival crowds. Driver Barely Notices Giant Boulder. Jogger runs into a invisible chain. NYC Costco sees lines, gas masks and chaos as panic buying intensifies from coronavirus fears. Boards > Community Central > The Vestibule > WTF, massive sea monster spotted on deep-sea oil rig camera (video) > WTF, massive sea monster spotted on deep-sea oil rig camera (video) This drill, just beneath the surface, would go on for another 30,000ft on top of the 400ft between the sand and the water surface. We were right down at the ocean floor. You never really get used to the sensation at being at such incredible depths; having an endless abyss of darkness all around you, The ocean depths are the last great frontier to explore on planet Earth. Case in point: A 30-inch deep-sea isopod that surfaced this week. Last month fishermen in the icy Ross Sea encountered a deep-sea giant. Almost 20 feet (6 meters) long, with spiked tentacles and huge, protruding eyes, it was feeding on Patagonian toothfish caught I also work at the AQUARIUM OF THE BAY in San Francisco as a profesional diver. Today (6-27-08) a man who has been installing video equipment at the aquarium for the last several days, come into our husbandry office and asked if we could identify a "creature" that his friend, who works on an oil rig, caught on tape from an ROV.

Soon after the video’s release, marine biologists identified the creature as an enigmatic jellyfish called Deepstaria enigmatica, first described by F.S. Russel in 1967. Of course, it doesn’t look It came from the depths of the ocean. A strange, billowing deep-sea creature that unexpectedly floated into view on an oil rig camera. The mysterious sea creature was spotted 5,000ft deep in the Gulf of Mexico two years ago, but it has only just been identified by marine biologists.