Fishermen discover STRANGE Rare Fish

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  • From the ancient painkillers of Neanderthals, to some bizarre looking critters from the deep sea; This is TRENDING TUESDAY !

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    Have you ever wondered why some dinosaurs evolved bipedalism? Researchers have found that the two-legged trait was actually inherited from their ancient ancestors -- known as ‘proto-dinosaurs’. These smaller ancestors likely walked on all fours, but ran on two legs. They evolved that ability to better evade predators. These critters had big, muscular tails that enabled them to run faster upright for longer distances. Smaller forelimbs improved their balance and reduced their body weight. Experts say some of these proto-dinosaurs gave up walking on all fours altogether. It had previously been argued that bipedalism allowed the creatures to use their forelimbs for hunting … but that wouldn’t explain why many ancient herbivorous dinosaurs -- like the plateosaurus (PLAY-tee-oh-sore-us) -- retained the ability. Did you know that some of the proto dinosaurs could be around the size of a squirrel?

    Down the Rabbit Holes
    You wouldn’t guess that something the size of a rabbit hole in the West Midlands of England would lead to a sanctuary for a persecuted order of knights. A series of caverns was discovered in Shropshire (shrop-SHUR) that were once used by the Knights Templar … more than 700 years ago! The subterranean caverns attracted so much vandalism that they were closed in 2012. They’ve since recently been reopened, and a photographer named Michael Scott came away with some amazing pictures of the eerie location. You can see the caves have remained in excellent condition over the centuries, and have subsequently been used by druids and pagans as a place of worship.The Knights are said to have once used the underground network as a ceremonial spot … and as a refuge, after efforts were initiated to dismantle the group in the 14th century. It’s still not known exactly when the Caynton Caves were carved out and first inhabited … and some even argue that the ancient order may have never used them at all … what do you think?

    Ancient Antibiotics
    There’s more evidence that Neanderthals weren’t as slow as is sometimes though … Researchers have found they may have been using antibiotics and painkilling drugs as long as nearly 50,000 years ago! While examining the fossilized teeth of a Neanderthal man that once lived in Spain’s El Sidron (see-DRone) cave, scientists detected the genetic material of a mould with antibiotic properties. Nicknamed ‘Sid’ scientists found that the caveman suffered from a dental abscess and bacteria that would have resulted in gastrointestinal problems. But DNA analysis of his dental plaque suggests that Sid ate poplar to treat himself … that bark contains salicylic (sal-ih-SIL-ik) acid, the primary ingredient of aspirin ... which wasn’t synthesized until 1890. There’s also evidence suggesting Sid used a prehistoric antibiotic … traces of the fungus used to create penicillin was also found in his teeth. Penicillin wasn’t discovered until 1928! Did the cavemen really know how to self-medicate?

    Deep Sea Mystery
    Was it some bizarre hybrid of a fish and a prawn? Fishermen in the waters of Australia’s Northern Territory found some creatures with a bizarre, prehistoric appearance. The critters were found at a depth of nearly 1,000 feet (300m) at a spot close to Darwin’s maritime boundary with Indonesia. The unusual specimens had bulging eyeballs, horned spikes, and was encased in heavy scales covered with slime. The weird marine life had the locals baffled … until experts identified it as an armored sea robin … They’re known to have thickened fin rays they use as feet to scuttle about the ocean floor, instead of swimming. They’re considered a rare species of fish that’s normally found in deep tropical waters. Unfortunately, these critters became scarcer still … coz it looks like the fishermen slung ‘em on the barbie.

    Chill By Nature
    And finally … Have you had a bear of a day? Well, we’ve found a way to help you instantly unwind. Actually, a study was recently conducted about the beneficial effects of watching nature documentaries … and it showed that watching even only a few minutes of such programs can relieve anxiety and stress … and boost your joy and happiness. The study used the BBC programme “Planet Earth II” as a model …the BBC’s research was a collaborative effort with the University of California Berkeley … and has resulted in The Real Happiness Project
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Comments: 292

  • eXplorer
    eXplorer 9 hours ago

    Cool vid! I like watching earth, explore and slow down...

  • mark evanley
    mark evanley 29 days ago

    what stupid title

  • crazy shrimp lady
    crazy shrimp lady 2 months ago

    What is this a countdown of???

  • Brian Jackson
    Brian Jackson 2 months ago

    slung on the barbie cant blame him they look good asf

  • anonymous
    anonymous 2 months ago

    herbivores kept the front arm trait because it helps them pull tree limbs toward their mouth to eat,you notice it in the smaller browsers and giant tree sloths that ate from branches

  • blackflagqwerty
    blackflagqwerty 4 months ago

    I swear I've killed a number 2 in Zelda game once.

  • Erik Iacopelli
    Erik Iacopelli 4 months ago +1

    why dont they just go down there and see what it is?

  • ThePaleRabbit
    ThePaleRabbit 4 months ago

    I would like to believe that we aren't alone in the universe I mean if all life on Earth was gone there wouldn't be life in this universe in the case we are alone

  • Jack o
    Jack o 4 months ago

    Title is at 5:06.

  • Goyle
    Goyle 4 months ago

    This is great and all, but can we get some links to your sources?

  • Daniel Woods
    Daniel Woods 4 months ago

    5:03 this is what everyone came for

  • Hunk Golden
    Hunk Golden 5 months ago

    Catch a prehistoric fish that looks like that and your first thought is to eat it? Got to be Chinese. Those ghouls eat anything

  • Mabra Fule
    Mabra Fule 5 months ago +2

    Zackey-Boy, you're so fucken stoopid, you're sure enough Trump supporter!!
    Salicylic Acid isn't found in Poplar bark, it's found in Willow Tree bark. - It's Latin name is salix, hence Salicylic Acid; otherwise the drug would be called Populicyclic Acid, just to mention ...
    The trick with the Willow Tree bark is even known to Grizzlies, so yes, we can assume that Homo neanderthalensis was a very clever human being.

  • Tim Cross
    Tim Cross 5 months ago +1

    Seriously?  Why resort to CLICKBAIT?

  • ryun cranel
    ryun cranel 5 months ago

    that fish specie is also found there in phillippines

  • Kent Don De La Cuadra
    Kent Don De La Cuadra 5 months ago

    that fish is common here in the philippines..

  • cat nip
    cat nip 5 months ago

    fish extinct ..
    BBQ fish ><

  • Kristoffer Sana
    Kristoffer Sana 5 months ago

    There's ONE damn fish in this video. The video description def needs to be changed.

  • Kristen Taylor
    Kristen Taylor 5 months ago

    Actually the tails were used for balance just like a cheetah now a days. But I love the video.

  • Mixey
    Mixey 5 months ago +1

    The Fish is called a Decepticon

  • Mike Hamada
    Mike Hamada 5 months ago +1

    Wrong title frogs aren't fish. I wanted to see fish. not some fûcking frog species I've already seen on natgeowild.

  • William Taylor
    William Taylor 5 months ago

    If you had infinite time you would see the imune system is your female self Bethany Swift, the male self, bumblebee is never a hindu god. So children, flys, never reach adulthood. So you explode into worms after 3 days at 800 farenheight by pure temporal duress.

  • NK Garcia
    NK Garcia 5 months ago

    That fish at 5:10 is what we call "tora-tora" in Negros Island in the philippines. I've eaten it and it doesn't have much taste. We grill it and the dipping sauce is the key ingredient to make a delicious lunch. 😊😊

  • Olenna Tyrell
    Olenna Tyrell 5 months ago

    Looks like a silverswimmer from The Future is Wild

  • Brendan Anderson
    Brendan Anderson 5 months ago

    and now the fish is even more rare

  • Adan Melendez
    Adan Melendez 5 months ago


  • Fat Queer
    Fat Queer 5 months ago

    ofcource they used antibiotics! nature has everything we need. technology is devolving humanity!

  • joshua geronimo
    joshua geronimo 5 months ago

    wtf strange rare fish ??? frog and other damn are you sick dude

  • Austin C
    Austin C 5 months ago

    2:43 Giant penis

  • Robert Tito Dampor
    Robert Tito Dampor 5 months ago

    number two is not rare, i have seen many of that here in the philippines, its sold in the market @ 1.50 USD a kilo.. they usually grilled it. It taste like a regular fish but a bit fishy

  • Tractoro
    Tractoro 5 months ago

    WTF is that accent?

  • Lithril Ashwalker
    Lithril Ashwalker 5 months ago

    looks liek a shovel fish

  • BG Mike 1337
    BG Mike 1337 5 months ago +5

    I've been clickbaited for fucks sake

  • William Thomas
    William Thomas 5 months ago

    This video was a poorly described waste of time

  • X T
    X T 5 months ago

    I came for the fish and he started babbling about rabbit hole and colon acid

  • zovla
    zovla 5 months ago

    upsss,dislike ...

  • Carcharodon Megalodon
    Carcharodon Megalodon 5 months ago +2

    Please no. Not another million-sub clickbaiter.

  • StarWars 2842
    StarWars 2842 5 months ago

    They should let the fish evolve into a freakin Dinosuare because have you seen that show where that CGI fish turned into a big newt and i think it was a new species of alligator... idk but you should see it.

  • Tofer Naught
    Tofer Naught 5 months ago

    #4 looks like dark souls 3

  • Pahoua Lee
    Pahoua Lee 5 months ago

    Wrong title

    DARKDEF 5 months ago

    so sid is a genius?

  • Nikolas Rodriguez
    Nikolas Rodriguez 5 months ago

    you are asome

  • Sesshomaru
    Sesshomaru 5 months ago +1

    One thing that has always pissed me off, is that people assume that our ancestors were not smart. But here is another case that says otherwise. Just because we have more advanced technology than our ancestors did, doesn't mean we're any smarter.

  • HyperMite94
    HyperMite94 5 months ago

    Love the misleading title

  • Mb M
    Mb M 5 months ago

    would anyone else here eat a unidentified fish that they found?

  • Ian Macfarlane
    Ian Macfarlane 5 months ago +1

    "What do you think this is that we've caught? Fish? Crustacean?"
    "I dunno, but it's probably rare because we've never seen one, and we've fished these waters for years - in fact these might be the last of their kind. "
    " Yes, you're right - we should photograph them - someone might know what they are"
    "Good idea, and when you're finished photographing them, we should eat them"
    "That's what I was thinking - if they are really rare we might not ever get another chance to taste them"
    "True, and if it's the last of their species, who's going to miss them? "

  • Alexander Antonin
    Alexander Antonin 5 months ago

    "Penicillin was discovered in 1928" WRONG! Ancient Egyptians were using it thousands of years ago.

    YU MMYGANJA 5 months ago

    this aussie fegget sounds like a retard where is the normal guy?

  • Fox Mulder
    Fox Mulder 5 months ago

    You seriously need to title your videos correctly. "7 Bizarre findings from around the World"

  • Vasiliosaurus
    Vasiliosaurus 5 months ago

    The fish looks like an armored placoderm. A living fossil perhaps? If Coelacanth can do it, anyone can do it.

  • Tornado Entertainment
    Tornado Entertainment 5 months ago

    I love how educational this channel is. Keep it up guys.

  • reesysleather
    reesysleather 5 months ago

    knights templar are always shown to have been hiding. Why? Cuz they were fags and that was there closet.

  • reesysleather
    reesysleather 5 months ago +2

    your lack of showing things that are worthy of a video amazes me. Go masterbate your mom

  • reesysleather
    reesysleather 5 months ago

    plain stupid video

  • Jonluke Favia-Hish
    Jonluke Favia-Hish 5 months ago

    It's not a chinchilla it's a viscacha

  • Alvin Dionaldo
    Alvin Dionaldo 5 months ago +1

    wesawthat fish here in philippines.

  • علاء المهندس
    علاء المهندس 5 months ago +3

    I only came for the fish

  • Roy R
    Roy R 5 months ago

    Cool looking Sea Robin, but is this another case of "endangered species made extinct"....

    • G G
      G G 5 months ago

      Roy R I

  • Alexis Randall
    Alexis Randall 5 months ago

    Look like giant versions of my little Triops

  • Fred- AKA MY LEG GUY
    Fred- AKA MY LEG GUY 5 months ago +1

    Click bait

  • Mark Jayson Ocial
    Mark Jayson Ocial 5 months ago

    no.2 I saw that kind of fish caught here in the philippines a year ago few days after a storm hit the island..

  • Genevieve Boudreau
    Genevieve Boudreau 5 months ago


  • Genevieve Boudreau
    Genevieve Boudreau 5 months ago

    I love your videos! they make me want to explore the bizarre willderness!

  • Ella Phant
    Ella Phant 5 months ago +4

    Could the Crawling Circles be something like the Moving Stones of Death Valley?

    • Thomas Y
      Thomas Y 5 months ago

      It's a better theory than saying it's an alien ship heading towards a secret underwater base.

    • Peter James Ledwith
      Peter James Ledwith 5 months ago

      Ella Phant that's possible I guess. The death valley stones move by a thin layer of water between the dried lakebeds silt and the rock. wind then pushes the stone along. These rocks are astronomically bigger and totally surrounded by water. I guess intense deep ocean currents could push them. The issue is that the tracks double back in a v shape. would ocean currents deviate like that. Don't know but interesting theory.

  • Misting Wolf
    Misting Wolf 5 months ago

    lol. I just saw an old The Isle austroraptor (the brown one). XD

  • Sam Vue
    Sam Vue 5 months ago +1

    you are funny, about the rare fish on the barb. lol

  • DreamTalker
    DreamTalker 5 months ago +1

    Ooooh space ship and base are fish......

    Welcome to the world of imagination

  • Yihua Pu
    Yihua Pu 5 months ago

    Fishermen are stupid to kill that rare fish

  • supersonic060
    supersonic060 5 months ago

    I love the end!
    Stay asleep Sheeple. enjoy Tv.

  • Rog5446
    Rog5446 5 months ago

    How could those caves have been used by druids after the Knights Templar, when the Romans killed off the druids over a thousand years before?

    • AliCat42
      AliCat42 5 months ago

      Secretly lol druids use them secretly! SHH! Don't you know a potential conspiracy theory when you hear one :P

    • John Smith
      John Smith 5 months ago

      Donald Trump must have visited. With that jerk, anything can be a fact.

  • Robin Conkel-hAnnan
    Robin Conkel-hAnnan 5 months ago

    Primitive humans and other animals used/use a lot of things medicinally..

    • Robin Conkel-hAnnan
      Robin Conkel-hAnnan 5 months ago

      Yes they do and so do cats.. Do you also know that chimps eat indigestible leaves to pass worms.? I don't know how animals and primitive know what to do.. They're amazing..

    • Roy R
      Roy R 5 months ago

      Dogs eat grass to induce vomiting.

    • AliCat42
      AliCat42 5 months ago

      I've been told sheep self medicate. Apes and monkeys do it all the time. I think it's a natural behavior rather than an epiphany application.

  • Factasaurus Rex
    Factasaurus Rex 5 months ago +4

    The object moving on the sea floor could be a new species of jelly fish

    • Factasaurus Rex
      Factasaurus Rex 5 months ago

      perenti666 nah we would see its jelly like body moving before the chell

    • perenti666
      perenti666 5 months ago

      or a huuuge snail species

  • Stabbing FX
    Stabbing FX 5 months ago

    Can u pls do a video that you'll explore with Coyote Peterson ?

  • Christopher Martinez
    Christopher Martinez 5 months ago

    admiral Akbar's homies

  • Marianne Galang
    Marianne Galang 5 months ago


  • Kevin BLADADA
    Kevin BLADADA 5 months ago

    Lobster fish!

  • Elizabeth Shaw
    Elizabeth Shaw 5 months ago

    I lived in Shropshire when they were open.

  • Dixie May
    Dixie May 5 months ago

    Left at 2:13 no Fish in site!

    • kitten
      kitten 5 months ago

      Dixie May it's at 5:14

  • Cameron Graves
    Cameron Graves 5 months ago +2

    the under water UFO could be magnetic disturbances to a highly magnetic substrate much like ferafluid or however you spell the name of that magnetic oil

    • Cameron Graves
      Cameron Graves 5 months ago

      perenti666 either one could be right I just know there's no reason for aliens to hide under us when literally there's an infinite amount of space to hide outside our orbit

    • perenti666
      perenti666 5 months ago

      why so complicated... , i guess its a huge snail or seashell species or maybe a sponge wich we dont have discovered yet

    • Cameron Graves
      Cameron Graves 5 months ago

      Well it is the internet just gotta be sure alot of are out there

    • AcrylicPack889
      AcrylicPack889 5 months ago

      Cameron Graves I'm not being sarcastic

    • Cameron Graves
      Cameron Graves 5 months ago

      AcrylicPack889 can't tell if you're being sarcastic

  • Cody OR420
    Cody OR420 5 months ago

    Wtf, Go down there and fucking get that two-mile round spaceship at the bottom of the ocean! Are you kidding me?

  • Admiral Cat
    Admiral Cat 5 months ago

    Early sauropods (sauropodomorphs) are carnivorous.

  • MikeLatin7
    MikeLatin7 5 months ago +1

    all lies, f you

  • Darth Cuddlelfuff
    Darth Cuddlelfuff 5 months ago +2

    Maybe that "Object" is no single object at all, but a living bacterial mat traveling across the Ocean as part of some ecology heretofor unknown to science.

  • roldan abejero
    roldan abejero 5 months ago

    #2 is not strange at all,,we always grill that fish here in leyte,phillipines..and the the meat was sooooooooooo delicious

    • avarice seven
      avarice seven 5 months ago

      I saw those fish being sold in the wet market too. I haven't eaten them but if i remember correctly they are called pinya-pinya.

  • Oz Dillon
    Oz Dillon 5 months ago +1

    i love youuuu

  • Xavier Prime
    Xavier Prime 5 months ago +1


  • Chris Fielding
    Chris Fielding 5 months ago +1

    thank gosh BBC's planet earth 2 has the bear necessities for us to chinchill out for a while. its unhealthy being stressed out for too long.

  • Purple Ninja
    Purple Ninja 5 months ago +1

    you need to change your video title man, i thought it was just the animal in the thumbnail you were gonna talk about. Cool video though.

  • Bulging Underwear
    Bulging Underwear 5 months ago

    that is big shrimp!

  • Sin Slayer
    Sin Slayer 5 months ago +7

    Please don't advertise BBC. BBC is sick.

    • Ian Macfarlane
      Ian Macfarlane 5 months ago

      Rater Crits The BBC criticised Japanese anime?? Really? An enormous Worldwide corporation with thousands of employees in every part of the World decided that it should stop everything and release a statement from the Board of Directors stating unequivocally that anime is crap. When was this? I missed it.
      Or was it that one person who may or may not have been a BBC employee made a remark about anime while on a BBC production?
      Did the bad man hurt your feelings?

    • TheJurnalyst
      TheJurnalyst 5 months ago

      Rater Crits Buggering British Children - BBC.

    • Sin Slayer
      Sin Slayer 5 months ago

      What a wall of text. It's good to share opinions and bounce off ideas or view things at another angle.

    • Chris Fielding
      Chris Fielding 5 months ago

      AliCat42 dang! you need to write a book about this type of problem as it seems you speak/ write better than I could/can. I see what you talking about and I don't like it either. I bet it was one or a few people in BBC that brought this up and then it took off so blame whoever came up with the idea.

    • AliCat42
      AliCat42 5 months ago

      That'd be like me saying, "Oh, you don't have a hedgehog? Well, then we just can't associate with one another - get out of my town you hedgehog-less whore, you're sick for not owning a hedgehog. I don't care if you're my sister, this town isn't big enough for the two of us so LEAVE."
      That'd be like me reenacting the Cantina scene, "Mr. Prickles doesn't like you. I don't like you either! You just watch yourself, I have a hedgehog that's pooped on 12 people. It'll stain!"

      Not everyone is going to share the same opinions as me, they're not going to all like what I like or dislike what I dislike. They're not all going to care about things I care about. That doesn't make their likes and dislikes and opinions any less valid than mine, that doesn't mean what they care about doesn't matter. That doesn't make mine any less significant than theirs either.

      BBC is very academically set, I can see how they would criticize something they view as nothing more than a cartoon or form of illustration, or at the very most a cult culture. That does not mean that anime is any less than a cartoon or form of illustration to you, it doesn't mean you're apart of a cult culture just because you like anime. It'd be like you giving the class your chemistry presentation through interpretive dance - is it wrong? No. Is your chemistry professor going to approve and give you an +A? No. Does that mean interpretive dance must be wiped from its platform of communication? No.

      That's high school shit, making someone/something sound like a total abomination just because you dislike it or he/she was grumpy this morning. You're better than that. I have no doubt you'd much rather support something you love through positivity rather than bitterness. That's a huge problem these days, people find supporting something they're passionate about easier through discrimination and hostility; they'd rather blame the other people and drag those people through the mud rather than acknowledge that those people have rights and/or opinions as equal to theirs. Violence and hatred is one of the clearest forms of communication but that doesn't mean it's the only one or always the best one. Don't be spiteful like that, you're taking someone else's view personally - rise above the high school antics.

      BC has done amazing things for conserving wildlife and habitats through education, awareness and appreciation. That's an achievement and a legacy. Anime has not done that. I'm not big into anime so I don't know what amazing things anime has done that BBC hasn't but that doesn't mean anime hasn't done something important like BBC. You probably know something anime has done that BBC hasn't, but I don't and that's fine.

      Criticism is not a bad thing. Be happy someone cares enough to critique it, to critique it means they must have sampled it and must consider different aspects of it and they are interested enough to waste words on it. I'm a writer, if the editor didn't critique my work I may not make imperative improvements on it and my work would be less than what it could be. If I didn't get my peers to review my work I could end up writing something no one has any interest in and will never read - that'd be failing as a writer. It's what you do with the criticism that makes it a positive or negative thing. Resenting it makes it negative.

  • XxAsrielUndyneJusticexX

    ur my 2nd favorite youtuber

  • rackinfrackin
    rackinfrackin 5 months ago +11

    Why is this being narrated by the Geiko gecko?

    • TheJurnalyst
      TheJurnalyst 5 months ago

      rackinfrackin It's a small wonder he was too stupid to get the joke, he voted.... And voted for Trump on top of that.

    • TheJurnalyst
      TheJurnalyst 5 months ago

      BFKAnthony817 You voted? And for Trump?? Your credibility is shot and you're a scathing idiot. Oh and, your vote didn't count, you got lucky and "chose" their already selected figurehead.

    • rackinfrackin
      rackinfrackin 5 months ago

      Too stupid to get the joke - eh, BigFuckingKuckAnthony817?

    • Element 115
      Element 115 5 months ago

      BFKAnthony817 wow you seem triggered, and i'm not a child, but i did find a delusional one.

    • Element 115
      Element 115 5 months ago

      BFKAnthony817 you don't speak, but you understand? lmao faggot you failed

  • Dr. Terraminator
    Dr. Terraminator 5 months ago

    the isle

  • igor ganipolsky
    igor ganipolsky 5 months ago

    the fish do look like a throwback from prehistoric times made me think of a cross between prehistoric fish and prehistoric amphibians maybe tiktaalik always new discoveries in Indonesia I would love to go there perhaps discover new animals maybe even rediscover a few prehistoric ones believed to be extinct I wonder if there are any living tiktaalik out there or dinosaur sure would love to discover one

  • Brian Kelly
    Brian Kelly 5 months ago

    Epic Wildlife I love all of your videos you make me so smart!!!!!!!!!!!!!:)

  • Eno Gica
    Eno Gica 5 months ago +2

    that fish is not rare when u live in leyte Philippines

  • Evan Norman
    Evan Norman 5 months ago

    its not protodinosaurs its archasaur

    • Evan Norman
      Evan Norman 5 months ago

      Captain Cat I spelled archasaurs incorect as well as well

    • Admiral Cat
      Admiral Cat 5 months ago

      Evan Norman also, it's PTEROSAURS, not "terrosaurs"

    • Admiral Cat
      Admiral Cat 5 months ago

      Evan Norman archosauria is a huge group of reptiles with antorbital fenestra and other features. Any reptile with such feature is an archosaurs. Dinosaurs are archosaurs, it's just that they are different from basal archosaurs and other crutotarsan archosaurs.

    • Evan Norman
      Evan Norman 5 months ago

      Captain Cat archosaurus evolved into crocodiles terrosaurs and dinosaurs

    • Admiral Cat
      Admiral Cat 5 months ago

      Actually, those archosaurs are appropriately called "dinosauromorph"

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