Here's another awe.some pic from the documentary, #blueplanet11. So, the camera went approx #11kms into the deep #ocean, where apparently due to there being no #light from the #sun, nothing #grows! But no! These organisms have either #adapted, or maybe they were always already that way and the ones that couldn't adapt just went closer to the #surface, I dunno (Mr. Aaaaatenborough!!! What did he say again? Anyone?) Anyways, I was completely #amazed and #awestruck that these #organisms, once the light from the camera was turned off, that they eject and spray this #neon material into their surroundings, either to attract prey or a mate or perhaps their just drama queens. 😂 what do you rekon? This pic is of a completed ejection procedure! Remember these organisms are in complete darkness and are so minute, but what a massive display they create. So beautiful ey'? 🙏 Looks like an #angel holding up a #loveheart. You have to watch the doco for yourself, from the start, to see it go from nothing to this #beautiful piece of #art! Sigh. Do you like watching #documentaries and #learning new stuff? I do.
“As long as I live, I’ll hear waterfalls and birds and winds sing. I’ll interpret the rocks, learn the language of flood, storm, and the avalanche. I’ll acquaint myself with the glaciers and wild gardens, and get as near the heart of the world as I can.” - John Muir #reasonswhy#awestruck