#seaanimals

#turtle #animal #sealife #wateranimal #nature #seaturtle #beautiful #cool #ocea #boat #details #morrojable #spain #europe #wild #wildlife #freeanimal #travel #animalphotography #photography #huawei #atlanticocean #fuerteventura #water #sea #landscape  #seaanimals #island #travelphotography #love
#crab #animal #sealife #wateranimal #nature #crabby #stone #cool #red #detail #details #morrojable #spain #europe #wild #wildlife #freeanimal #travel #animalphotography #photography #huawei #huaweip20lite #fuerteventura #water #sea #habor #seaanimals #island #travelphotography #love
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 #seahorse #walnut #seaanimals
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#seahorse #walnut #seaanimals
Who loves whales? πŸ’™πŸ³ this is one of the ~411 north atlantic right whales left in the world. Their population continues to fall due to threats like ship strikes & entanglements. You can help the recovery of these awesome creatures by supporting organizations like @coastalstudiesptown and @whales_org. The future of right whales up to us πŸ€™πŸ½
Video by @capeclasp
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Who loves whales? πŸ’™πŸ³ this is one of the ~411 north atlantic right whales left in the world. Their population continues to fall due to threats like ship strikes & entanglements. You can help the recovery of these awesome creatures by supporting organizations like @coastalstudiesptown and @whales_org. The future of right whales up to us πŸ€™πŸ½
Video by @capeclasp
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#inktober day 23: Yawning seal!
illustrating October with @justas.jel 🌊
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#seal #sealillustration #sealart #sealpainting #cuteseal #watercolorart #seaart #seaanimals #yawn #sleepy #blueart #dailyart #artchallenge #cuteart #artoftheday #outsiderart #inktober2019 #inktoberart #dailyillustration #dailypainting #dailyartwork #lazyart #badart #ruonis #tapyba #akvarele #melyna
This awe inspiring footage was filmed on location at Dharanvandhoo ontour by @sideytheshark - Who just came out of the whale sharks mouth πŸ˜‚
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The world’s biggest fish is the mysterious whale shark, which can grow as heavy as 40,000 pounds and as large as 60 feet, though most top out a few feet and pounds smaller than that. It also appears these behemoths can live to be 130 years old, new observations and modeling have shown. It’s a challenge to study how these whale sharks grow over time, or even how many of them there are. Past research typically relies on dead shark bones and leaves room for inaccuracy. Now, a team of scientists working in the Maldives is filling the gaps in scientific knowledge on these huge creatures. β€œEstimating the ages of sharks in general is difficult,” said Mahmood Shivji, a professor from Nova Southeastern University in Florida. Scientists estimate the age of whale sharks based on dead specimens’ vertebrae, which appear to have rings much like trees do. But it’s unclear how these rings form over time and whether they’re actually a marker for the number of years the shark has been around. These scientists visited places where the whale sharks congregated over multiple years to take measurements. Grad student Cameron Perry, first author of the study from Nova Southeastern University, free-dived with the sharks in the Maldives repeatedly. The team took tape measurements, as well as measurements with lasers and cameras, to deduce the size. They tracked new and returning individuals, taking data on 186 encounters with 44 sharks, mostly juveniles.
For more πŸ‘‰ Follow us! πŸ‘‰ @ima_marinebiologist
Thank you so much πŸ‘ŒπŸ»πŸ‘ŒπŸ»
This awe inspiring footage was filmed on location at Dharanvandhoo ontour by @sideytheshark - Who just came out of the whale sharks mouth πŸ˜‚
β€’
The world’s biggest fish is the mysterious whale shark, which can grow as heavy as 40,000 pounds and as large as 60 feet, though most top out a few feet and pounds smaller than that. It also appears these behemoths can live to be 130 years old, new observations and modeling have shown. It’s a challenge to study how these whale sharks grow over time, or even how many of them there are. Past research typically relies on dead shark bones and leaves room for inaccuracy. Now, a team of scientists working in the Maldives is filling the gaps in scientific knowledge on these huge creatures. β€œEstimating the ages of sharks in general is difficult,” said Mahmood Shivji, a professor from Nova Southeastern University in Florida. Scientists estimate the age of whale sharks based on dead specimens’ vertebrae, which appear to have rings much like trees do. But it’s unclear how these rings form over time and whether they’re actually a marker for the number of years the shark has been around. These scientists visited places where the whale sharks congregated over multiple years to take measurements. Grad student Cameron Perry, first author of the study from Nova Southeastern University, free-dived with the sharks in the Maldives repeatedly. The team took tape measurements, as well as measurements with lasers and cameras, to deduce the size. They tracked new and returning individuals, taking data on 186 encounters with 44 sharks, mostly juveniles.
For more πŸ‘‰ Follow us! πŸ‘‰ @ima_marinebiologist
Thank you so much πŸ‘ŒπŸ»πŸ‘ŒπŸ»
What would you name this beautiful jellyfish??
πŸŽ₯ @jacintashackleton
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What would you name this beautiful jellyfish??
πŸŽ₯ @jacintashackleton
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What would you name this beautiful jellyfish??
πŸŽ₯ @jacintashackleton
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What would you name this beautiful jellyfish??
πŸŽ₯ @jacintashackleton
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This will be the last crab for a bit until I get the light up ones done figured out.
This will be the last crab for a bit until I get the light up ones done figured out.

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