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10 Weird Creatures From the Mariana Trench
The Mariana Trench is full of amazing, alien-looking sea life. Learn more about the weird creatures from the Marinana Trench at HowStuffWorks. See more »
Are manatees really responsible for mermaid myths?
Are manatees beautiful, graceful and majestic enough to be mistaken for mermaids? Learn more about manatees and the mermaid myth at HowStuffWorks. See more »
Mysterious Marine Animal Pictures
This gallery will introduce you to some of the mysterious animals that drift in the ocean. Jump in at HowStuffWorks. See more »
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Death Adder Facts, Pictures, Video
Meet the death adder! View pictures, watch video, read facts, explore interactives and more at HowStuffWorks. See more »
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How do Sea Monkeys work?
A friend of mine gave me a package of Sea Monkeys as a gag gift for my birthday. I grew them, and they look nothing like the package but they really are alive! What are these things? See more »
The Ultimate Ocean and Marine Life Quiz
Ocean and marine life includes unique geological facts and intriguing sea life. Take this quiz and learn more about ocean and marine life. See more »
Is a dead stingray's sting still lethal?
Is a dead stingray sting still lethal? It's not likely, but a dead stingray's sting will still hurt a lot. Read about a dead stingray's sting here. See more »
Why are eels slippery?
Eel skin is slippery for a reason. The slime layer helps it to slither through tight spaces and protects it from parasites. Learn why eels are slippery. See more »
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