Deepstaria Jellyfish (05:50)
Dr. Haddock identifies a rare organism. Workers on an ROV posted photos of the mystery animal to social media.
Sperm Whale Remains (06:33)
Decomposing whale flesh strands on Bonfil Beach. In 1896, a similar Florida stranding was thought to be a giant octopus.
Larger Pacific Striped Octopus (04:53)
Caldwell confirms ArcadiovRodaniche's findings on predatory octopus behavior. The LPSO hunts by tapping prey with its tentacle.
A silver-backed gorilla is attractive to female fans worldwide. He appears to be flirting, due to white scleras.
Peek-a-boo Spider (06:52)
Jurgen Otto discovered a new species while camping in Australia. Feathered feet test and attract females.
Reestablishing Whooping Cranes (05:19)
In 1968, George Archibald courted Tex , and endangered bird. Breeding programs for the vulnerable population have been successful.
Moor Frogs (06:31)
Males turn blue during mating season. Increased hormone levels results in cellular changes.
Lake Hillier (05:34)
Newly-discovered bacteria cause a saline lake in Western Australia to turn pink. DNA tests reveal the color is not caused by algae.
Credits: Weird Wonders of the World (Series 2): Episode 6 (00:31)
Credits: Weird Wonders of the World (Series 2): Episode 6
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