These may just be the best turtle headshots we've ever seen 🥰 tag someone who has to see this! 🐢
this is a green sea turtle, named for the green colour of the far under its shell, nothing to do with their outside 💙
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2 days ago
You see, i’m not “like a boss”. i’m the boss. 📸 by @mikecoots
I plan to do a few more ocean things this month for the august update which will be august 20th at 11:00 am!
i plan to have a mixture of oceany style pieces and mountain stuff! thank you so much to everyone who supports me.
i’m seriously so thankful to be self employed especially now that i’m a mom! but one of those downsides is you don’t really get maternity leave lol. trying to find a balance of taking my time to get back to work and getting done what i need to. but we’ll fine balance. becoming a mom is the best thing in the world and it’s amazing how in an instant all your priorities change and there’s nothing i’d rather be doing than snuggling with my precious baby. so thankful god has blessed us with this gift. and thank you everyone for supporting my business and being so patient for the next update! oh and p.s: i’ll start working on harry potter and fall mugs late august and september!
Shocking new research shows that sharks are functionally extinct in 20% of the world’s coral reefs, this means there are no longer enough individuals present for them to play their ecological role keeping the balance of species in check.
destructive and unsustainable fishing has caused this crash at a time when coral reefs and other ocean species are under threat from climate change. 🦈
The water and the whole place looks amazing from above, as they say.🌊
parasailing, heard about it but never tried ? 🤗
andaman waters is one of the favourites amongst the tourists for parasailing. one flies against the wind with the help of a canopy specially designed for the same. this 5-10 minutes activity will make you want to do it again. while performing parasailing, you are fully harnessed and protected by the guides with a boat attached to the canopy.
havelock island, north bay island and the rajiv gandhi water sports complex in port blair are some of the places where one can enjoy parasailing.
Thank you to @_ava_invisible and her family for inviting me to come with then, on my birthday, to newport aquarium! it has some interesting facts and knowledge about all kinds of sea life. i’m posting this late though because i forgot to post it lol
A day they will never forget for these lucky surfers 🌊🏄
it is incredible! this magic can happen in australia
tag someone who would love to watch this 👇
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This page is one of my current favorites! love how the color palette and how shiny the shrimp are 🤩
study 147/300: shrimp 🦐
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🤔 i dig the octopus 🐙 and i knew the stonefish was deadly ☠️, what i didn’t know was that octopus eat stonefish!😳😋👊🌎 ======================================= repost: courtesy of @fathomlesslife ======================================= via @scubadiving 🤯 wait for it.... 😱 guess we know who their natural predator is! did you know? from my knowledge i thought the stonefish were only prey to sharks, rays and even sea snakes! however @videobubbles has recorded one being eaten by an octopus as you see here, and also an eel!
It's a whale of a fish! not really, but it is a whalefish!
originally described as resembling baleen whales, these spectacular animals are also spectacularly shy. we have few images of fish species in the family cetomimidae, but our researchers were lucky enough to capture some incredible footage of this individual at 1,665 meters (5,462 feet) deep.
whalefishes lack external scales and pelvic fins and their eyes are very small and, in some species, useless! the lens is lost shortly after transformation from the larval stage and with it the ability to form images. to compensate, whalefishes have developed a highly sensitive lateral line system. this system of sensory pores runs the length of the fish's body and helps it to accurately perceive its surroundings by detecting vibrations. whalefishes have rarely been collected alive, therefore few details of their biology are well known. 🎥 @mbari_news
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I am really missing my baby girl right now ♥️. we are coming up on 6 months 🗓 since we last saw her in person 🚎, and got to hug her goodbye 😢. with covid, all the normal celebrations were cancelled. i’m extremely grateful for facetime, phone calls 📱, and texts, but i am looking forward to the day i can squeeze her in my arms again! 🤗 fingers cruised🤞 that she’ll get to take some leave before going to her first duty station soon. we are so proud of her, and all of the hard work 💪 📖 she has put into being the best marine she can be. #marinelife#momofamarine#marinedaughter#covidsucks
59 minutes ago
Do...you..know...what time it is⁉️
it’s #sharkweek time! catch shark week on @discovery august 9th - august 16th
raise your hand if you 💙🦈🙋🏼♀️
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Frogfish are one of our favorite creatures to find underwater. they are so well camouflaged and adapted to their immediate surroundings. they generally lie quietly on the bottom or crawl slowly about with their limblike pectoral fins.
Hihi!! introducing the first animal for my #marinelife series: the classic great white shark 🦈💙 sho i wanted a name for it and asked my brother for a suggested and he named it nerdbob 🤣 he said everytime i drew a shark, i’ll name it like: personality + bob haha idk i like it 🌸 i’m happy that y’all like the idea of a marine life series and i hope that i don’t disappoint 😖 // warning ⚠️: you will experience a short feed aesthetic change for this series!!
I’ve always loved and been fascinated by marine life - especially dolphins and whales - and for good reason. this is wow. 🐬🐳🐋🦈😯
one big mama: a mother whale takes a swipe at a crowd of surfers that got close to her calf off the coast of sydney, australia. #whale#whaletail#surfers#australia#marinelife#mammals
1 hour ago
Have you ever seen a seal lazing around on the beach and wanted to know more about them? that’s because there are so many cool facts about our blubbery friends. seals have thick coats as well as blubber to keep them warm in the cold oceans where they spend most of their time if they are not moulting, mating, or hiding from predators. seals also have the cool ability to sleep underwater since they spend many months at sea. another cool fact is that seals can live up to 30 years old, but did you know that female seals live longer than male seals? seals used to be hunted for their meat and fur, but now there are laws to protect the precious sea doggos :3