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    Updated on Jan 15, 2019. Posted on Jan 15, 2019

    19 Screencaps From "Blue Planet II" That Will Literally Make Your Jaw Drop

    "The inner machinations of the sea are an enigma."

    1. Whoa! These two Crimson Chin'd fish have faces only a mother could love.

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    2. But, we all can agree that this island looks amazing, ahh nice...

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    3. ...OH NO.

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    4. This is weirdly adorable.

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    5. And this Jason mask fish reincarnate looks like it eats "weirdly adorable" for breakfast.

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    6. This guy's all, "You know what? Let me know when you're done preying on us, I'll be in here."

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    7. This fish is probably thinking, "I should probably head on home."

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    The freaks do indeed, come out at night.

    8. This is kind of beautiful if you're an Alfred Hitchcock fan.

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    9. And this is beautiful if you wake up feeling refreshed after having a HEART-WRENCHING NIGHTMARE.

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    10. This has to be a neighboring town where Nemo got lost.

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    11. And this volcanic eruption on the ocean floor is as beautiful as it is scary.

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    12. Is it just me or does this penguin look majestic AF?

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    13. But this school of fish is VIOLENTLY swimming in-sync.

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    14. This bob of Seals look a lot more somber.

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    You'd be calm on the surface, but alert if you were trying to avoid being eaten by a polar bear too.

    15. Why yes, you just witnessed a deep sea murder.

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    And that makes you an accomplice. Hey, I don't make the rules.

    16. You couldn't achieve this chroma in a coloring book.

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    17. But sharky over here just said, "Fuck your coloring book. Give me your lunch money."

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    18. This turtle wants absolutely no problems...all nicely camouflaged between some corral.

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    It's acorable.

    19. OK, but all jokes aside, the seas are warming, and coral polyps are ejecting their plant-like cells. Resulting in the loss of color and their food. Since 2016, this has happened to 2/3 of the shallow water corrals on Australia's Great Barrier Reef.

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    Let's maybe take better care of mother earth and let these underwater animals live the way they're meant to.

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