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Sea creature size comparisons

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See some of the largest known sea creatures, both extant and extinct, as they dutifully swim by a scuba diver in this 11 and a half minute animation by the Goji Center YouTube channel. Megamouth shark, basking shark, orca, helicoprion, colossal squid, megalodon, mosasaur, giant squid, blue whale, lion’s mane jellyfish… 31 animals in total.

giant orthocone
giant mosasaur
blue whale

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via The Awesomer.

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