We think they're worth saving!
One of the first species to EVER be protected by the Endangered Species Act is the Devils Hole pupfish.
However these days there are less than a frickin' hundred of the rare species left in the entire world!!!
And while many do not believe there is a reason for the U.S. to keep spending money to protect this fish - at least one journalist named Jason Bittel believes otherwise!
Here's what he recently wrote
It was an average Thursday, just a week ago, when something unbelievable happened at Cape Lookout National Seashore off the coast of North Carolina.
A shark feeding frenzy was caught on camera!!
Literally dozens of sharks were seen attacking a large school of blue fish. It looks like absolute chaos!
Battle of the titans right here!
A bunch of shark researchers, including one man named Adam Malski, were fifty miles off the shore of Australia when they captured on tape an extraordinary moment!
Two Great White sharks were spotted battling one another over a piece of bait, and the bigger one obviously dominated the smaller one!
While on a trip to the Maldives, several tourists got one hell of a show from a hungry stingray.
First off, we just wanna say, we know stingrays are big but holy jeez this guy is HUGE!
He's like a giant, living boogie board with a sword on the back!
This hungry fella wants a snack so badly, he literally swims right up a man made ramp, just to get closer to his feeder.
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Swimming with a stingray seems like so much fun but watching a huge one eat a snack is amazing.
Just look at its sides undulating like that, it's a truly beautiful create.
Just don't get too close to the sharp end!! LOLz!
Check out the video (below) and enjoy this close up look at a terrifying and gorgeous creature.
What if we told you that this picture (above) of a giant sea creature is actually a bit of a shrimp…
A GIANT SHRIMP! The ultimate oxymoron!
This lucky, probably terrified, fisherman reeled this giant beast out of the ocean and seriously, it's not a lobster. It's a
Wow, that's seriously so cool!
Meghan LaPlante, 14, is one lucky teen… she recently caught a suuuuuper rare lobster off the coast of Maine.
Lobsterman Jay LaPlante was out with his daughter Meghan one Saturday morning, hauling in lobster traps.
While pulling in a trap, Meghan saw what should've normally been brown or red.