Their tongue weighs as much as an elephant.
Polar bears weigh approximately 500 g at birth and are blind in the first month.
Stationary, but aggressive: corals subdue their prey with toxic, stinging or sticky tentacles.
Killer whales, also known as orcas, live in all oceans of the world and belong to the dolphin family.
Jellyfish are hunters: comb jellyfish live in depths of more than 1.000 m and propel themselves with the help of hair-like structures called cilia.
GIANT MANTA RAYS
Looks are deceiving: these relatives of the shark, also known as devil fish, are harmless plankton eaters.
They roar like lions, but belong to the seal family. Sea lions can dive to depths of up to 100 m.
“More people have gone into outer space that have dived into the depths of our oceans.”
– Alastair Fothergill, Director of Deep Blue