Thursday, November 21, 2013

The Surprising Habits of a Deadly Fish:

If there were ever a time to use the phrase, "I"m not saying it was aliens, was aliens," it would be in response to this (and believe me, I loathe the phrase) -- the mysterious underwater crop circles discovered by accomplished photographer Yoji Ookata. Over the course of his 50 year career of discovering and documenting the diverse life found in Earth"s oceans, nothing quite like this structure had ever been found. And not just by Oshima, but by anyone in recorded history.

The structure was found some 80 feet below sea level, located just off from the Japanese island of Anami Oshima. Not only were they nearly perfectly circular geometrically (coming in with dimensions of about six and a half feet wide), they were also quite detailed, with many ridges, grooves, and repeating patterns. The question that immediately comes to mind is a good one...what in the world could create something like this? Surely a human, not another species, right? I mean, my dogs are lucky to hit the corner of the pee pad (not that they are particularly intelligent though.).

As it turns out, the structures in question were not created by humans OR alien beings, but can be attributed to one, single fish.

To find out how - and why - see:

Image Credit: Yoji Ookata

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