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Hahtag #seacreatures: Via @thisisinsiderpets: Did you know starfish have tiny

Via : Did you know starfish have tiny feet? ⭐

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Hahtag #seacreatures: Little surprises can be fun 🙃

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Little surprises can be fun 🙃 Swipe for a glowy video!

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Hahtag #seacreatures: Sharks are powerful yet graceful swimmers. They are

Sharks are powerful yet graceful swimmers. They are vital to the health of our oceans. Don't fear what you don't know, this population of Caribbean Reef Sharks have educated thousands of people and helped make them Ocean Advocates! Divers: Video: At:

14637 240 Jan 9, 2018
Hahtag #seacreatures: It has “I need to speak to the

It has “I need to speak to the manager” face 🦀💋 📢 Share the knowledge! Tag your friends in the comments. ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ Want more Did You Know(s)? ➡📓 Buy our book on Amazon: [LINK IN BIO] ➡📱 Download our App: http://apple.co/2i9iX0u ➡📩 Get daily text message alerts: http://Fact-Snacks.com ➡📩 Free email newsletter: http://DidYouKnowFacts.com/Sign-Up/ ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ We post different content across our channels. Follow us so you don't miss out! 📍http://facebook.com/didyouknowblog 📍http://twitter.com/didyouknowfacts ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖

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Hahtag #seacreatures: When a shark is trying to attack you

When a shark is trying to attack you and you flip it like a pancake 😂 • Follow for awesome daily content 💯 • 📸 • Credits to respective owner [ ] • Tag to be featured 😍 • • s creatures

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Hahtag #seacreatures: A very sobering experience swimming next to this

A very sobering experience swimming next to this incredible whale shark. You can notice the deep propeller marks down the back and tail from a recent boat strike. Photo by

890 9 Jan 20, 2018
Hahtag #seacreatures: 10000 more things to do for Anime LA

10000 more things to do for Anime LA and all i can think about is dominos

7 0 Jan 23, 2018

Sent in To Us! Amazing!!!! Breathtaking In fact🧘🏻‍♂️🙏Always surround yourself with Positive energy! ingram blogger photography ing gram blogger alphatribe blog lust d travel 🙏

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Close up of a giant clam Tridacna is a genus of large saltwater clams, marine bivalve mollusks in the subfamily Tridacninae, the giant clams. They have heavy shells, fluted with 4 to 6 folds. The mantle is brightly coloured. They inhabit shallow waters of coral reefs in warm seas of the Indo-Pacific region. Tridacna clams are common inhabitants of Indo-Pacific coral reef benthic communities in shallower waters. They live in symbiosis with photosynthetic dinoflagellate algae (Symbiodinium) that grow in the mantle tissues. Light penetrates the mantle through small lens-like structures called ocelli. They are sessile in adulthood. By day, the clams spread out their mantle so that the algae receive the sunlight they need to photosynthesize, whereas the colour pigments protect the clam against excessive light and UV radiation. Adult clams get most (70-100%) of their nutrients from the algae and the rest from filter feeding. When disturbed, the clam closes its shell. The popular opinion that they pose danger to divers who get trapped or injured between the closing sharp-edged shell is not very real, as the closing reaction is quite slow. Their large size and easy accessibility has caused overfishing and collapse of the natural stocks in many places and extirpation in some of the species. They are being sustainably farmed in some areas, both for the seafood market in some Asian countries and for the aquarium trade. Tridacna clams can produce large white pearls with an undulating, porcelain-like surface, which may be described as "non-nacreous pearls".[citation needed] The "Pearl of Lao Tzu", also known as the "Pearl of Allah", is the world's largest pearl weighing 6.4 kilogrammes; it was said to have been found inside a Tridacna gigas by a Filipino diver in 1934.   life photography world photo lovers photography planet creatures

2 0 Jan 23, 2018

Nautilus shells, sunflowers, pine cones, and spiral galaxies are just a couple examples of logarithmic spirals. These "golden spirals" can be considered mathematically perfect because their growth factor is the golden ratio. Super smart people (like Fibonacci and others) have studied these ratios for the last eight centuries or so. - Isn't it cool how with one simple command, "'Let the waters swarm with fish and other life," God created great sea creatures and every living thing that scurries and swarms in the water? We have yet to discover all of the many details of God's perfect, curious, and unique underwater creations. - http://bit.ly/HD-creationseries (Link temporarily in profile) - story

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“Mermaid Squad” watercolor. It will make awesome ladies t-shirts or products in near future, haven’t decided what product I want it on yet. Original and prints available message for info. Polishing my new website now so all the info will be accessible. Thank you. life

0 0 Jan 23, 2018

Page from Aquaman #32 - Art by Aquaman is about to go ham! Love the rendering throughout this issue. A lot of great profile shots that help underline each character's emotions, whether explicitly expressed or not. A very solid fit for this book. Would love to see the artist stick around following the conclusion of this arc.

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Although the word is mentioned in their name, jellyfish are not fish. A group of jellyfish is called a 'bloom', 'swarm' or 'smack'. Jellyfish have no brain, heart, bones or eyes. They are made up of a smooth, bag-like body and tentacles armed with tiny, stinging cells. These incredible invertebrates use their stinging tentacles to stun or paralyse prey before gobbling it up. fish world sealife creatures life

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Pretty little shell! Critter still alive so we threw him back!

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Bottlenose dolphins in Mexico’s Magdalena Bay. Only they knew what they were doing, and were not telling... s inemammals creatures s s

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I took a pretty cool 📷 🐢 _________________________________________ 4f 4F B

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This weeks homework, Blue Planet II inspired mobile, complete with origami sea creatures. creatures 2

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Anything this ugly needs leaving be. . . . s photography

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Just stopped for a beer 🍺

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Another close up of ‘The Friendly Whale’ with all his rainbow fish and sea creature friends 🐳 check out the whole illustration process of this painting in the link in my bio! 🐋 . . . r artist ing illustration drawings

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The journey begins....... don’t forget to bring your friends.

6 2 Jan 23, 2018

"Peanut Butter and Jelly" Peanut butter = ! My 1st entry for 's bowl challenge! shop pillows ness fish jellyfish seacreatures create

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22/365 - Found this starfish growing some new limbs, washed up on the beach today. so I popped him somewhere safe so he didn't get stepped on. #356project

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That time I went to the Oceanarium and saw these cute little guys. Look at their faces! face

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We always do our best to make each mark a positive one! https://www.etsy.com/shop/cardstoriesstore * * * * forkids card ofinstagram ofinsta life

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Guess who's back?! Isso aí! Após uma semana tumultuada de festividades, estava pesquisando sobre essas belezuras marinhas, e zilhões de pontos depois, comecei a desenvolver essas bonitonas, que farão parte da temporada "Sea Creatures", são desenhos de estudo, pois ainda estou tentando encontrar uma identidade para minhas tattoos, portanto será necessário mais de uma sessão visto que pontilhismo é um processo mais demorado que o usual e será cobrado um preço mais camarada por sessão. Ainda vou soltar mais desenhos no tema "Sea Creatures" no decorrer da semana! E outros temas serão desenvolvidos no futuro. E aí? Curtiu? Caso se interesse, só entrar em contato por DM ou whats: 98858-9759 . . . . . . . . . .

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Proud to be in the official instagram of Isotta, mark of the underwater housing that I use to take photos and videos. _underwater_housings graphy  

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A new bunch of narwhals and seal mobiles. The two on the right are claimed, but I'll be posting the others in the coming week, when I have a chance to properly photograph them - not in this grey icy light. You can also DM me in the meantime if you're interested!

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Fancy Sea Mammals - Enamel Pins Kickstarter. 🐋 🐋 Mr Walrus and his fancy fellows need a good home, so why not pledge and take them home with you! 🐋 🐋 5% of the proceeds will go to the Marine Conservation Society. 🐋 🐋 Click the link in my bio to pledge. 🐋 🐋 whale

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SHARK BOY ⚡️ Photo by

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Quick sketch🐙 . . . . . drawing ist istsoninstagram design oftheday book

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Hold on to me. To function a pair is needed. eeth 3c What is it? :p if you like , maybe you know it.

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Octopus table creatures life

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This is my social studies project. Plz like and coment and look at the link to learn more about my social studies project which is about discovering riches under water. Here’s the link go check it out: https://georgehanna4.wixsite.com/my site-2 trust me if u click on the link you will find out stuff u never new or thought about. Please like and comment and check the link out. creatures

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We pumped some seawater into the tank and this is how they reacted... s

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Spending our afternoon learning about Australia’s Deadliest Sea Creatures - my boys are loving it!! creatures

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