Blobfish - Found in the deep seas off the coast of Australia, the Blobfish is as lethargic as it looks and sounds. While this aquatic being may look like something out of a horror film, there’s no need to be scared because it’s essentially a floating gelatinous mass with very little muscle. The comatose creature doesn’t even bother to swim; it simply swallows whatever drifts by its mouth, making it even more sloth-like than an actual sloth.

The blobfish (Psychrolutes marcidus) is a deep sea fish of the family Psychrolutidae. Inhabiting the deep waters off the coasts of mainland Australia and Tasmania, it is rarely seen by humans. Blobfish live at depths between m ft) wh

The scientific name of drop-fish is Psychrolutes marcidus, mainly living in deep water along the coast of Australia and Tasmania which are rarely found by humans.

This is the only fish that looks like a person. It's the nose and lips. you think? It almost looks like a cartoon character! The Blobfish lives in the deep-waters off Australia so people rarely get to see it. maybe this is a good thing.

..nothing can be proven about the surprising astronomical knowledge (Sirius A n B) of the Dogon Tribe… but one must remember the astonishing resemblance between the Nommo and the legends from Indian, Greek and Mesopotanian Mythology, also talking about fish-like creatures (see Oannes and Matsya) that came from the sky and brought knowledge to mankind

Legends from Indian, Greek and Mesopotanian Mythology, also talking about fish-like creatures (see Oannes and Matsya) that came from the sky and brought knowledge to mankind

Sculpture from the ‘sanctuary under the rocks’, 6500-5500 BC (Lepenski Vir, Serbia)  Lepenski Vir: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lepenski_Vir

Sculpture from the ‘sanctuary under the rocks’, BC (Lepenski Vir, Serbia) this looks like the irish goddess Sheila Na gig

Lotus-Headed Fertility Goddess Lajja Gauri

Lotus-Headed Fertility Goddess Lajja Gauri India in a birthing posture. Dominant navel and vulva as a symbol of fertility. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

1507-1525, Cumbria, England. The Dacre Dolphin carved banner stand. The Dacre…

The Dacre Dolphin (Figure)

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