Amazing Little Puffer Fish Creates Ocean Floor Crop Circles

Japanese photographer Yoji Ookata discovered crop circles some 80 feet below the surface in the waters off Amami Oshima at the southern tip of the country. Meticulously designed and spanning nearly six feet in diameter, he wondered what could have made such a a gorgeous work of art? He returned with a camera crew and revealed the artist to be a tiny puffer fish, no more than a few inches long and equipped with nothing more than his fin and one amazing work ethic. Ookata believes the intricate undertaking is meant to attract females then provide a home for eggs once mating has occurred. Incredible! Watch the video to see for yourself.

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