What lurks deep in the ocean? I dont think there is an answer to that question. Sure there are Giants, but there are also Ancients. THe discovery
of a Ceolocanth was an astonishing blow to science along with the Megamouth shark.
in 2007, The crew of Monster Quest captured a record breaking new squid on video. found in the following link
the quality is rather poor, but it's the only one on Youtube. the experts are saying that if this thing is a Humboldt squid, it is the size of an
Architeuthis (giant squid) and if it is an Architeuthis, it is the size of the largest known animal in existence, the Blue whale.
Another amazing discovery in 2007, was of the Frilled Shark. another ancient species. The video can be found here
I wouldn't recommend the video to animal lovers, because shortly after the video was taken, the shark died.
there is also another completely unknown shark filmed in late 2006. here is the video.
The video is in Japanese. The shark was filmed in the Mariana Trench. Many people say this thing is a Greenland shark, But this doesn't add up too
As for another amazingly unknown oceanic phenomena, was "bloop". A sound picked up multiple times in 1997. It hasn't been heard since then. here
is an article. Unfortunately, due to vandals, the article has been reduced to a mere stub.
The sound was emitted over 4800 km. away from where it was picked up by sensors under the ocean used to record soviet submarines.
TRIVIA: the sound was located amazingly close to where the Nightmare Corpse city of R'lyeh is supposedly locatde according to H.P Lovecraft. this of
course, it complete fiction. The location in relation to the lost city is completely coincidental. The origin of Bloop, is still unknown. to hear
Bloop as close as it would have sounded from the emission point, thanks to Bloopwatch.com, we have the Clip from NOAA, slowed down 16 times.
this clip has noise reduction applied, and is a rather large file (2.5 MEGS )
So the Ocean has so many undiscovered mysteries about it, and some of them, it's only a matter of time before they are discovered.
Imagine what we'll find next.