6 Incredible Sea Creatures With Superpowers

Iris | 12 - 24 - 2020
Ocean animals with superpowers

From catching its prey to hide from its predators the ocean is home to many mysterious and superpower creatures in the world. Here are the top 6 mysterious sea creatures with superpowers that you thought never exists. 


Exceptional Navigation Skill

What Is the Most Friendly Sea Animal in the World?
  • A. Dolphin
  • B. Whale
  • C. Sea Horse
  • D. Jellyfish

Do you know? Salmon’s GPS is better than yours. Young sea animals like salmon have a special feature of traveling back to their original place where they came from. Salmon fishes are born in freshwater and migrate to the seawater. These fishes use the earth’s magnetic field to locate their same birthplace for reproduction. Their brain has a special power to match the magnetic field of different areas with their original destination.


Instant Altering of Appearance

Cuttlefishes are found in the tropical ocean waters around the world. They are from the same class of squid, octopus, and nautiluses. Cuttlefishes have three hearts and green blood. They can change their appearance (both body color and their eyes) in a short time, the same as the chameleons. The special pigmented cells on their body help them to hide away from their predators by instantly changing their appearance.

Sea Cucumber

Healing Power

Sea cucumbers have an elongated body and they live in the deep ocean of the Asia Pacific region. A chemical compound from their body has the power to kill cancer cells and cure cancer associated with the skin, pancreas, liver, and breast. They have the ability to regenerate themselves by discharging stinky threads upon threat. Sea cucumbers also have the ability to boost the immunity system of the human body.

Box Jellyfish

Most Venomous Creature

Box Jellyfish is one of the most venomous creatures in the ocean. Their venom has the ability to stop the heart function suddenly and can lead to death in a few minutes. They live around the Indo- Pacific, and Northern Australian regions. More than 100 people die every year from box jellyfish attacks. The box jellyfish’s tentacles hold more than 5000 stinging cells to catch prey like shrimps and other species from the ocean.

 Electric Eel

Discharging of Electricity

From their name itself, you will be able to identify that this fish has the power of discharging electricity. These electric eels can generate up to 600v electrical energy from their body. These eels are mostly found in the South American regions. The discharging of electricity is basically functioned by the electrolyte cells found in their body. That electric discharge has the ability to leave humans in an unconscious state.


Accurate Prey Locating Power

Platypus is a semi-aquatic animal that is found in eastern Australia. Platypuses have a duck-like bill and it contains 40000 electro-receptors and 60000 mechano-receptors. They can grow up to 20 inches. The platypuses can easily identify the exact location of their prey even under the deep seawater as they can easily sense the pressure changes produced by them. The male platypus has a secret weapon (spurs on hind feet) in order to fight against the predators.


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