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Thousands of male jellyfish congregated in the ocean near Valdez, Alaska in hopes that one lone purple female moon jellyfish would mate. While this may be a beautiful sight, it's important to remember that many of these jellyfish are deadly, so best to keep your distance.

Speaking of strange wildlife, have you ever wondered what a slug sounded like? Okay, well, play along for a minute. Crispin Agar held a tiny microphone over a slug named Larry while the slug was munching on a leaf and wouldn't you know it, Larry sounds like...a loud eater. Geez, Larry, chew with your mouth closed. You're on camera.

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