This is a video from the unmanned sea rover Nautilus spotting a googly-eyed cuttlefish some 900-meters (~2,950-feet) deep off the coast of California (previously: a mystery purple blob and unusually large Dumbo octopus). Just look at those eyes! It looks like they were bought at Michael's and glued on. Man, it's animals like this that make me wish I could sit down and have a conversation with Mother Nature. And if that conversation turned into a shouting match about why she made my penis so small, well, she can't see she didn't see it coming (the conversation, not my penis -- it's missable).
Keep going for the video, then wish you'd followed your dreams and become a marine biologist.
Thanks to Dunc, who agrees there are many hidden mysteries under the sea, the most important of which are mermaids and the treasure of Atlantis.