SpongeBob and Patrick lookalikes spotted by marine scientist’s deep-sea camera

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Earlier this week, marine scientist Christopher Mah was doing remote research in the Atlantic Ocean when he spotted the two creatures. (Christopher Mah/NOAA

(WJW) — It appears that sea stars and sea sponges like to hang out in real life.

Earlier this week, marine scientist Christopher Mah was doing remote research in the Atlantic Ocean when he spotted two creatures with an uncanny resemblance to SpongeBob and Patrick Star from the now-classic Nickelodeon cartoon.

The researcher, who has ties to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, took to Twitter to show off his “SpongeBob SquarePants” find:

Mah was investigating the Retriever seamount, an underwater mountain off the east coast, using a remote vehicle capable of making and recording deep-sea dives.

No word if a pineapple was also spotted in the vicinity.

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