From Man-Eating Backpacks to Tentacle Regurgitation

By: Ryan Hinkson - Published: Aug 2, 2010   Updated: Jun 2 2011
I'm a huge seafood-lover, but not everything that can be found underwater is edible or enticing. This cluster of odd underwater innovations shows strange looking sea creatures, mesmerizing mermaids, overpriced sushi, shark-inspired fashions and much more.

The creepiest underwater innovation to me is the artwork with tentacles coming out of peoples faces. From man-eating backpacks to tentacle regurgitation, check these odd underwater innovations.

Implications - Integrating natural elements into products is becoming increasingly popular. Consumers are looking for more ways to tune into a nature-friendly aesthetic in their lives. The green industry can tap into this demand for more eco-conscious products to generate more revenue through expanding their services to other industries.