Call Samus: Real Life Metroid Spotted In Deep Sea

March 3, 2017


This is a video of a 'cosmic' jellyfish spotted by an unmanned submersible at the Utu Seamount in the National Marine Sanctuary of American Samoa in the South Pacific. The bright yellow parts are its reproductive organs, and the red in the middle is its digestive system. It looks like a real-life metroid. Granted a lot of jellyfish look like real life metroids, but this one looks the MOST like one, so that's something. "Something worth writing about?" Well I just did, didn't I? "But did you stop to think if you should?" I don't think, I just act. "That's going to get you into trouble one day." Whatever, you don't know me. *cannonballs into empty pool*

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Susanne S, who agrees Mother Brain must be stopped.

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