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Desc:nature took the brown acid, apparently
Category:Nature & Places, Horror
Tags:deep sea, Japan, creature, Siphonophore, bioluminescent
Submitted:kiint
Date:12/22/08
Views:1535
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Comment count is 11
kingarthur - 2008-12-22
Obligatory Lovecraft joke/reference. Also, fascinated Japanese people being driven mad.
jangbones - 2008-12-22
Every resident of Japan who saw this video is now completely obsessed with either eating that thing or watching it rape a schoolgirl.

fluffy - 2008-12-22
I love how seemingly every Japanese show has to have an inset of someone watching the footage that we are also watching.
SolRo - 2008-12-22
That is a mirror, you have just not realised how japan has taken over.

Shion - 2008-12-23
Hey, I'm a pretty good looking guy in that case. Nice.

+5 for crawling horror.

Harold Manchester - 2008-12-22
The ocean gives me the heebiejeebies. The deeper the ocean, the heebier the jeebies. When playing Shadows of the Empire for N64, I had to make my little brother fight the Giant Dianoga. I think I used to be some sort of aquatic prey in a previous life.
AgentOrange - 2008-12-22
Holy shit, my friends were the same way. They could not stand to play that level and I always had to face thing. It was all about missiles.

HarrietTubmanPI - 2008-12-23
The opening for this new James Bond movie has the right music, but I'm not sure what point they're getting across with this visual.
Lauritz Melchior - 2008-12-27
That might be the creepiest looking animal ever.
jyrque - 2010-09-12
No 'pets of the elder gods' tag?
Old_Zircon - 2012-11-11
Nature IS the brown acid.
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