For years divers have been intrigued by beautiful circular patterns on the seabed near Japans Amami-Oshima Island. These geometric structures, carved from sand, were elaborately designed with intricate patterns. The circles remained a mystery for longwho would carve such beautiful patterns under the sea and why?
The puzzle was solved recently when the elusive artists were finally captured on camera. Much to the astonishment of the world, the artists turn out to be male puffer fishes that create such elaborate designs in order to attract females! Not only do they carve the design, but they also decorate it with pieces of shells! How romantic!
The tiny artists use their bodies to create the grooves and valleys, and tirelessly flap their fins to create pretty designs on the ocean floor. It is incredible that such a tiny creature has the capacity to create something so exquisitely beautiful!