If you’ve ever seen one up close you probably know that corals are insanely beautiful, but not exactly action packed — these animals live at their own pace, one so slow that to a human being they might seem frozen in time. But what would coral look like if it lived in ‘normal’ speed?

Image credits to imgur user sushimushi

Slow-Life is an ultra HD-video that allows you to see just that. Playing sequences at ridiculous speeds (the creators converted sequences ranging from 20 minutes to 6 hours in real-time into the second-long shots seen in the video) these pretty-colored stones turn into animals blooming with life.

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In a world of hectic schedules that’s moving ever faster, this video gives a singular and beautiful glimpse into a much slower world beneath the oceans surface. So, pull the curtains, close the lights, get comfortable and enjoy.

For more coral-flavored eye candy, be sure to watch this video.