A rare deep-sea anglerfish is caught on video for the first time

A rare black seadevil was captured for the first time on video in Monterey Canyon, and it’s a weird creature. The canyon plunges to a depth of nearly 3 miles — or 14,763 feet. The creature was caught alive on camera at about 1,900 feet. The fish, also known as a deep-sea anglerfish, is about 3.5 inches long. They die when brought to the surface. Anglerfish don’t have a swim bladder, so, unlike some other deep-sea animals, they won’t have all of their organs pushed out of their mouth when they’re brought up. The difference in pressure (and temperature, amongst other things) still kills them.

– via latimes.com

Reese Witherspoon Teleported During the Independent Spirit Awards

Remember, everything you see on television is real: especially live events. Nothing is fake. This unedited video demonstrates just how untrue this common misconception is.  Reese Witherspoon is seen in the crowd applauding in surprise, after announcing the Spirit Award for Bob Nelson. And then she is back on stage.

This is definitely magic. There’s no other explanation. The TV can’t lie.

– via viralviralvideos.com