Thalassophobia thread. Creepy sea creatures edition.
Post pics of deep sea creatures, experiences you had with them, etc.
mola mola creeps me out a bit
nope nope nope I would never go to the beach again
I hateworm like things cuz I feel a sensation like it's crawling up my ass
here anon use this megalodon pic as referance
imagine all those huge sea creatures living down there
These are the best by far.
If I think about it even a little bit, I feel incredibly uneasy and terrified.
I know there was a specific -phobia for the unknown/big, open bodies of water/giant creatures residing in the unknown but it slipped my mind. Refresh me please.
look at the bright side.
creatures that adapted to live that far down underwater, can never come up anywhere near us because their bodies wont be able to handle the sudden lack of pressure. aka they would liquify.
i love this feeling and hate it at the same time
yeah I think they would be blob shaped or at least jellyfish like
any of you interested in cryptozoology?
just look this tv show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QV6epfjS5HI
i saw it as a kid and it was fucking amazing and terrifying
somewhere out there is the 1st part too
not a shop. panorama photo gone horrifyingly wrong
look at the previous thread to get you creeped out
Japanese whalers believe that right?
looks like it could be a beluga
I can cope with everything in the last thread, but not this. That rate of descent for so long, as the light gets less and less. Might have been already posted but prepare your soul. Made me think twice about scuba ever since.
anyone got that gif where some dude brings his water proof camera then jumps off a cliff to the water and sees a shark near where he lands then frantically swims to shore?
Damnit Rick, stop posting Thallasophobic shit and start posting some R34.
what do you guys see and how do you guys feel when looking at this pic?
see this fucker? this thing will fuck you up then his friends come along and finish the job
thax. now you can all enjoy my shitty MS-painted man-for-scale.
This shit terrifies me.
thanks for doing it
and HOLY SHIT they are big
What I hate about these drawings is that the waterline is completely straight, even though this huge bulging creature is pushing the water upwards with its large head/body. Would look cooler and more realistic with a bulged waterline
but anyways, what's realy scary about the deep is the fear of the unknown
green is Great White, top Megaladon
OMG thanks anon
that's a big fin squid
or the ayy lmao squid
Here's a little additopm.
Both extant and extinct.
Also, Google Livyatan. A real-life Monstro the whale if ever such a thing existed.
These snailfish in the video above were found so deep that it's estimated they live at a pressure equivilant to 1,600 elephants standing on a car. They're probably stiff as diamonds.
Also anyone who is interested in the ocean life should look up the Mariana Trench.
Buddy, you ain't kidding.
Fuckin' Japanese, man.
no no it's the darkness that gets me
im with you dude.
I live on a river called the st lawrence in Ontario, I love the river and swimming and sea dooing all over the place but the amount of ship wrecks in it is astounding, in many places you can see them from the surface
I thought of this thread when I saved this picture.
looks like a giant salamander
He's out of the water but what about ... LAND SHARKS
Livyatan: a giant killer whale
sounds like a basilosaurus
did you guys just see that "sea scorpion"?
I once had a dream sequence that I want to implement in a game one day:
You fall in the ocean, calm yet dark.
In the distance you see a raft floating, and the only way to escape the endless ocean.
Below the water is this terrifyingly large fish, endless rows of pointy teeth,
and it edges closer and closer as it comes to the surface.
i used to have dreams like that as a kid.
anyways this size is exaggerated?
I remember a short gif or webm I saw from a game with a submarine using sonar or something and finds a huge sea creature or something, anyone know what the shit I'm talking about?
I'm at a total loss here
yep that's the ayy lmao squid indeed >>596072727
i use that as a meditative technique to help me fall asleep.
im in a row boat, in the middle of fog, on the water.
i attach a heavy metal ball and chain to my ankle, through it overboard, and keep sinking, through deeper shades of blue, watching my bubbles go up, till i fall asleep.
AOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO HNGWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO CHOOOOOOWWWWWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOIIIIIIIIIIUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU!
Just read the neonomicon comics by alan moore
i dont think of it as death.
more like its a way to separate the superego off abit, so that your brain doesn't do the usual "oh lets think about all the regrets and shit i dont want to while im trying to sleep"
it's some weird shit anons
This thread is a fantastic pallet cleanser. Well done /b/.
I've never had Thalassophobia, but the other way I watched a TV show from the Discovery Channel about a shark nicknamed "Submarine", a white shark of 9/12mtrs, and how intelligent he is (he stand still underwater which is weird for sharks as they need to move to breathe) and ever since I feel a bit of thalassophobia when I see these threads here.
I recommend you guys watch it somewhere for thalassophobia porn.
yaaaaa fuka those merhmaids!!
..or robot sharks?
it's a great fun comic for the whole family
would they look like this?
The worst thing is freshwater ain't safe either. Sea scorpions/eurypterids sitting in mud getting ready to shank your achilles and drown you.
The comics name is "neonomicon" by alan moore
you could try to find a torrent or a cbr file out there on the internet
Just a gif of some 8 foot squid. Nothing to see here.
noice dragon shark
they are very rare and hard to train
Does anyone wonder if some huge sea monsters or an aquatic species live at the very bottom of the known ocean? Considering just 5% of our planets water is explored despite it covering 70% of the planet itself it leads to a high possibility...
you can do it anon we are here for you
>Barreleyes - The Fish With The See Through Head
this one's found buried in the beaches, don't let it crawl up your ass anon, think about it next time when you decide to bury yourself in the sand
It's too late. It has always been too late
I seen Nessie in a gully not far from the castle. I thought it was a statue at first due to just its head being visible poking out of it but when we came back on the boat it was gone from the gully. There was also a major ripple beneath the glass bottomed boat.
I believe the theory of ancient prehistoric tunnels linking the lochs may be true.
This is why I became a deep sea engineer diver.
this music video is highly relevant in this thread
There could be, but considering the enormous pressure and other limiting factors there,
life needs to be creative to make something large (and imposing) there.
Weren't these creatures nigh impossible to kill through conventional means?