Did you know that over 80 percent of the ocean has never been mapped or seen by humans? Scientists have a more detailed mapping of the planet Mars than they do of the sea. There is so much we don’t know about what makes up a significant part of the earth. The sea waves can also move at 100 miles per hour, so you don’t want to be caught by a rough wave. Yes, our oceans are deep, but they are more profound than what we can ever think or imagine. There are so many undiscovered territories and creatures we cannot even reach. Curious about what we do know? We have gathered over 50 facts about the ocean and the creatures who live in it. This list will blow your mind, renewing your love for our beautiful planet and its waters.
Angelfish Have One Mate For Life
While human beings can be unfaithful and untruthful to their partners, angelfish sets an example for sticking to one partner. These fishes form a close-knit relationship with their mate and do everything with them for the rest of their lives.
In the sad event that one of the partners dies, the other angelfish will not find a new mate for the rest of their lives. We think angelfish should double as relationship counselors for humans.