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Happy belated whale day!!!🐳🐳🐳
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The effects of climate change will be fe
Happy belated whale day!!!🐳🐳🐳 FUN FACT: The effects of climate change will be felt by most marine creatures, and whales are certainly not excluded. Sea level rise and changes in sea temperature will leave whales quite vulnerable, and they may not be able to adapt quickly enough to survive. Arctic and antarctic whale habitat faces a particular threat from climate change. Whale food sources will also face challenges, such as a decline in krill population, which is the main food source for many large whale species. 📸:@slatermoorephotography 🌊LIMITED TIME FREE Marine Life Necklace and Bracelet - LINK IN BIO🌊 #marinebuds
18.02.2019 03:59:50
Estamos muy contentos de informarles acerca de nuestra primer actividad que se l
Estamos muy contentos de informarles acerca de nuestra primer actividad que se llevará a cabo a finales de Febrero. No te quedes fuera y participa con nosotros! ♥ Habrá obsequios! #corazondemar#conservacionistas#environmentalconservation#oceanconservation#marinebiology#biologiamarina#puertovallarta#beagoodhuman#nature
18.02.2019 03:56:40
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😮👏 This woman sticks her hands in sharks’ mouths to help when they get caught on
😮👏 This woman sticks her hands in sharks’ mouths to help when they get caught on hooks 🦈💙 How amazing is this 😍😍 what a hero!! Follow Us For More 🎥 🔔Turn On Post Notifications🔔 🏷️tag some friends🔖 🎥Video by 👉@cristinazenato👈 👉@chris2water👈 🎦Via 👉@thedodo👈👉@fathomlesslife👈 #shark#sharks#sharklove#sharklover#sharklovers#savesharks#sharkhero#diving#underwaterlife#marinelife#marinebiology ⚠️No copyright infringement intended! DM or email me in regards to any questions / concerns!⚠️
18.02.2019 03:49:35
Free Willy? Southern Resident Orca 💙
She would have been 105 years old at the ti
Free Willy? Southern Resident Orca 💙 She would have been 105 years old at the time of her death, which is the oldest known Orca to date. 🌊 🌊 🌊 🌊 🌊 🌊 🌊 🌊🌊🌊🌊 #OceanLife#Ocean#MarineLife#MarineBiology#Marinebiologist#Scuba#ScubaDiving#Orcas#orca#KillerWhale#sealife#sea#CoralReef#Animals#Whale#Oceanography#Blue#MarineBiology4Life#Underwater#Saveourocean#Savetheocean#Loveourocean
18.02.2019 03:47:25
I just love aquariums. In a past life I’m sure I was a fish 🐠🐟🦑🐙🐡 .
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I just love aquariums. In a past life I’m sure I was a fish 🐠🐟🦑🐙🐡 . . . #californiaacademyofsciences#sanfrancisco#california#norcal#aquarium#🐠#marinebiology
18.02.2019 03:46:39
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One of my favorite things...tide pooling!! What I see never ceases to amaze me a
One of my favorite things...tide pooling!! What I see never ceases to amaze me and I totally geek out. Sea hare, Hopkins rose nudibranch, "colony" of kelp crabs, anenomies and a beautiful view 🥰 #marinebiology#nudibranch#sandiego
18.02.2019 03:41:18
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😍👏 Follow Us For More 🎥 🔔Turn On Post Notifications🔔 🏷️tag some friends🔖 🎥Video by 👉@gabrielbcavalcante👈 #flowerhorn#aquascape#aquariumhobby#underwaterlife#fishkeeping#fishtank#underwatercreature#aquarist#marinelife#marinebiology#fishhobby ⚠️No copyright infringement intended! DM or email me in regards to any questions / concerns!⚠️
18.02.2019 03:40:07
Can’t be sure, but pretty sure I heard him say “cowabunga!” I always wanted to b
Can’t be sure, but pretty sure I heard him say “cowabunga!” I always wanted to be April; the yellow hoodie is appropriate 🤷🏻‍♀️🐢🍕 I fed sea turtles today, y’all!!!! . . . . #tmnt#apriloneil#teenagemutantninjaturtles#thelivingcoast#sandiego#marinebiology#greenseaturtle#notostraws#savetheseaturtles#cowabunga#seaturtles#marineanimals#exploresandiego#gimmekiss#girlswholoveanimals#saveouroceans
18.02.2019 03:39:14
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😍🍉 Follow Us For More 🎥 🔔Turn On Post Notifications🔔 🏷️tag some friends🔖 🎥Video by👉@africancichlidfish👈 #cichild#cichilds#africancichilds#aquarium#aquariums#fishhobby#fishkeeping#fishkeeper#fishtank#cichildsofinstagram#marinebiology#freshwaterfish#marinelife ⚠️No copyright infringement intended! DM or email me in regards to any questions / concerns!⚠️
18.02.2019 03:33:55
Tuna a love story by Richard Ellis why not I love the ocean and tuna. I did cut
18.02.2019 03:31:13
We went to our site over the weekend to do sampling and saw plastics tangled in
We went to our site over the weekend to do sampling and saw plastics tangled in corals. This is where most of our plastics go. People may not realize their impacts on our reefs when using single use plastics but I hope this photo shows a part of it. And I know I’m not perfect when it comes to reducing my wastes but I’m working on it. Sana all. ❤️ . . #marinebiology#marineconservation#reducewaste
18.02.2019 03:16:26
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I have found several shells with this type of holes and I have always been anxio
I have found several shells with this type of holes and I have always been anxious to know why or what happened for them to be formed. Thanks to @shellmuseum I finally understood why and it turned out to quite an interesting story 😅. As mentioned in his post, these holes are made by drilling gastropods. These gastropods drill to inject substances that induces muscle relaxation, causing the shell to open. -the start of a new meal- Jose H. Leal Ph.D., Science Director & Curator. Haha, isn’t that cool?! 😁😁 . . . #shells#drilledshells#gastropods#beachcombing#beachcomber#shellcollector#seashells#natural#beach#playa#puertorico#facts#science#marinebiology#biology#seashell#caracoles#underthesea#scallopshells#holes#wonders#drilled#cuevadelindio#grey
18.02.2019 03:12:48
To the lovers of spongebob, fine art, and majestic cephalopods! My version of "B
18.02.2019 03:08:27
One of the things I love about marine biology is being able to get out in the fi
One of the things I love about marine biology is being able to get out in the field. Season 3 of #CoastNZ allowed me to get back to those roots and fulfill a dream of helping the Chatham Island Taiko trust, feed Albatross chicks. Conservation is close to my heart and the work that this organisation puts in is phenomenal in helping this endangered endemic species thrive. #albatross#science#conservation#endemic#species#seabirds#marinebiology#marinebiologist#tvpresenter#fieldwork#filminginprogress#taikotrust#Chathamisland#newzealand#actorslife🎬#stuntwomen#stunts
18.02.2019 03:04:32
🖤Leaving my love on everything I create🖤

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🖤Leaving my love on everything I create🖤 #glowinthedarkgalaxsea#jellylandfishvideo...more
18.02.2019 02:50:11
Cuba Feb 2019
Cuba Feb 2019...more
18.02.2019 02:47:52
This Grey Seal Lion is ready to pose for a portrait ready to be framed in the mu
This Grey Seal Lion is ready to pose for a portrait ready to be framed in the museum! 🤪 🌊 . Tag a friend and like for a follow! Credit: @brianskerry
18.02.2019 02:45:35
#earth #ocean #oceanlover #oceancreatures #nature #naturelovers #seal #animals #
#earth#ocean#oceanlover#oceancreatures#nature#naturelovers#seal#animals#mammals#animallovers#marinebiology reposting @oceans247 with @get_repost ・・・ Photo by @FransLanting Blond fur seals are a rare color phase among the hundreds of thousands of black seals that are born on the beaches of frigid South Georgia in the sub-Antarctic. This young pup stood out so much from its neighbors that I easily returned to it day after day to follow it on its wanderings through the crowded colony. . #philosopher#thinker#researcher#scientist#biochemistry#biochemist#biologist#genetics Just saw this beautiful #photography which reminded me stuff We learnt during my PhD studies about « errors » and evolution. In biology, as in life, mistakes happen — and most of them generally make things worse, not better although they are necessary as part of the process to learn or to make advances. For example, “mistakes” can occur when cells are dividing and reproducing, as the DNA in one of your cells is copied and split between two cells. These mistakes accumulate as we age, making the cells worse, cancerous. What’s striking is that such developmental mistakes nevertheless turn out to be essential to the process of evolution — in a good way. What We call errors become benefits when they help a species to adjust to its environment. Like modern human beings « Homo Sapiens Sapiens », We are the outcome of billions of genetic errors that occured during the evolution of mankind. Once the mistakes help us to be fitter We dont see them as « errors » so ... Conclusion evolution and progress come from the outliers ✊🏾 #thinkdifferently being different is necesarry and is beautiful ✨
18.02.2019 02:32:38
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Nano reef tank week 2 - cycling a fish tank.

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Follow for more! Nano reef tank week 2 - cycling a fish tank. There’s two ways of cycling a fish tank in this modern day of age; Traditional or Modern. Traditional - Cycling a tank is one of the most important parts of owning a fish tank. whether it’s marine or fresh water it’s very important to build up a bacteria load to handle all of the ammonia and nitrites which turn into nitrates. The traditional way of cycling a tank is to just put live rock and filter media from a well established tank into a new tank and let it sit for around 30-40 days until your ammonia and nitrites are fully eliminated. Most fish tank owners find this process infuriating as they have just spent so much money just to see a tank sit lifeless for a month. That’s what brings us to the modern way which eliminates this process. Modern - this method includes using a bottle of bacteria, our favourites to use are ATM Colony marine and DR Tim’s one and only. This boosts the biological filtration and begins to activate your filter systems faster on your new tank. Most of these colony’s are proven to eliminate new tank syndrome which prevents stressing out your fish causing ich and other harmful diseases like fin rot. Which means you can add a hardy fish within one to two weeks of your tank being active. #marinebiology#marineaquarium#fish#marinenanotank#redsea#redseareefer#redseananomax#redseamaxnano#ocean#progress#saltwateraquarium#nemo#reeftank#nanoreef#indianpacific#fishtankhelp#aquatics#fishtank#fishtanklife#animals#savetheocean#sealife#savetheoceans#fishtank#oceanlife#underwater_world_#reefbuilders#reefaquarium#like4like#likeforlikes#likeforlikeback
18.02.2019 02:22:23
"Kisses"
Although it seems that a kiss is made, two male sailors fight for the t
"Kisses" Although it seems that a kiss is made, two male sailors fight for the territory. The winner will make the nest where the family will put the eggs and he will fertilize them. - Info: The East Atlantic peacock wrasse (Symphodus tinca) is a species of wrasse native to the eastern Atlantic Ocean from Spain to Morocco and in the coastal waters of the Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea. This species lives around rocks surrounded by eelgrass and can also be found in brackish waters in lagoons. It occurs at depths from 1 to 50 m (3.3 to 164.0 ft). This species can reach 44 cm (17 in) in standard length, though most grow no larger than 25 cm (9.8 in). This species is sought as a game fish and is also important to local peoples as a food fish. It can also be found in the aquarium trade. Photo by @DavidAntoja For more 👉 Follow us! 👉 @ima_marinebiologist Thank you so much 👌🏻👌🏻
18.02.2019 02:03:14
Lyra is passionate about marine biology and wanted to visit Seaworld. It's under
Lyra is passionate about marine biology and wanted to visit Seaworld. It's understandable why these orcas will be the last to be bred in captivity. They are top of the food chain, enormous and powerful. There was something awe-inspiring to be in their presence, I felt a deep sense of calm and wonder and belief in the Universe. I hope we can protect our oceans so they can live free and safe in the future. #orcas#seaworld#sandiego#marinebiology#protecttheocean
18.02.2019 02:00:54
Breaching humpback 
Breaching is a common behavior in various species of cetacea
Breaching humpback Breaching is a common behavior in various species of cetaceans. It is believed that these jumps have social purposes among groups of whales. Another theory is the removal of parasites like barnacles, or they just simply do it as a form of play. Saltar es un comportamiento común en diversas especies de cetaceos. Se cree que estos saltos tienen fines sociales entre grupos de ballenas. Otra teoría es la remoción de parásitos como balanos, o simplemente lo hacen como una forma de juego #humpbackwhale#whale#breach#marinelife#marinemammals#photography#wildlife#marinebiology#sony#sonya6000#bajaadventureco#bajacaliforniasur
18.02.2019 01:57:51
Humpback Whale🐋♥️
An adult humpback whale can grow to an average length of 40-60
Humpback Whale🐋♥️ An adult humpback whale can grow to an average length of 40-60 ft. long and weigh as much as 44 tons.👌🏻 ___ 📸 Photo by Greg Sherman Fo👣ow us for more👉🏻 @theoceanwavetv 💙 Thank you so much 👌🏻👌🏻
18.02.2019 01:55:13
Hey guys!!! I’m going on a trip to Roatan in May! It’s a Marine Biology trip! It
Hey guys!!! I’m going on a trip to Roatan in May! It’s a Marine Biology trip! It’s going to be great opportunity to experience my chosen career path! If you feel led to help finance this trip for me there is a link in my Bio! Any amount will help! Wow, how many exclamation points did I use? I’m just excited okay! Feel free to share. #missionstrip#marinebiology#biology#college#senior#donate
18.02.2019 01:45:22
Our new marine biology presentation premiered on Saturday night. Beneath The Sea
Our new marine biology presentation premiered on Saturday night. Beneath The Sea Under The Stars was a roaring success in a beautiful setting, and some great edutainment by HUB Finolhu resident Marine Biologist @tommybombs93 Tom Zimmer #marinebiology#marinebiologypresentation#publicspeaking#lessontime#underthesea#ocean#findingnemo#finolhu#maldives#divebutler#divebutlerfinolhu#divebutlerinternational
18.02.2019 01:39:17
Don’t forget that this winter’s third series of “king tides” (the highest tides
Don’t forget that this winter’s third series of “king tides” (the highest tides of the year) starts tomorrow, Feb. 18 - Feb. 20 (Oregon King Tides Series #3) ! That means it’s time for the third round of the King Tide Project. You can participate in this citizen science effort to document the reach of these tides, to preview future sea level rise, by getting your camera out and recording the interaction of the tides at their highest point with the land. More information on the website, www.oregonshores.org/coastwatch. #ORkingtides (PC: @donnacarland, Depoe Bay)
18.02.2019 01:36:41
The Weedy Sea Dragons. Native to Australia, they are a close relative to the Sea
The Weedy Sea Dragons. Native to Australia, they are a close relative to the Sea Horses. However, these beautiful dragons can grow up to 40 - 46cm in length, and are better swimmers than the Sea Horses. As their name suggests, the leaf-like structures around their body, gives them the ability to camouflage, from predators, amongst the weedy structures along rocky environments along the coastline. #reefscapers#theoceandevotion#saltnomads#digdeepdivedeeper#marinebiology#marinescience#marinelife#marinefacts#marinebiologyfacts#seadragon#seadragons#weedyseadragon#weedyseadragons#seaaquarium#seaaquariumsingapore
18.02.2019 01:23:53
Snorkelling with Orcas! Who wants to do it?! 😍😍 what a dream!
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Snorkelling with Orcas! Who wants to do it?! 😍😍 what a dream! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Video by @veraninaa Where? Sorstraumen, Troms, Norway For more 👉 Follow us! 👉 @oceandailytv Thank you so much 👌🏻👌🏻
18.02.2019 01:08:26
We hope your week won’t be ruff! #SpreadNaturalGoodness 💚
We hope your week won’t be ruff! #SpreadNaturalGoodness 💚...more
18.02.2019 01:05:39
Facts, Values, and the True Cost of Environmental Harm – Depth Story 02
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Facts, Values, and the True Cost of Environmental Harm – Depth Story 02 – Dr Mimi E. Lam – Marie Curie Fellow, University of Bergen, Centre for the Study of the Sciences and the Humanities and Affiliate Assistant Professor, University of British Columbia, Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries. – Dr Mimi E. Lam is out to prove that for people, some things are more important than money and not just in the philosophical sense. It’s a principle that she thinks should be built into our decision-making and our economy at a structural level, and that if it were, the world would be a better place. – Learn more about Mimi’s ground-breaking work in our latest story www.sealives.org [link in bio] #ocean#conservation#economics#ocean#oceanlife#marinelife#saveouroceans#saveourseas#turningthetide#oceanhealth#bccoast#vancouver#britishcolumbia#bc#canada#coast#coastalcommunity#marine#sealives#sealivesinitiative#sealivesdotorg#marinebiology
18.02.2019 01:02:19
Facts, Values, and the True Cost of Environmental Harm – Depth Story 02
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Facts, Values, and the True Cost of Environmental Harm – Depth Story 02 – Dr Mimi E. Lam – Marie Curie Fellow, University of Bergen, Centre for the Study of the Sciences and the Humanities and Affiliate Assistant Professor, University of British Columbia, Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries. – Dr Mimi E. Lam is out to prove that for people, some things are more important than money and not just in the philosophical sense. It’s a principle that she thinks should be built into our decision-making and our economy at a structural level, and that if it were, the world would be a better place. – Learn more about Mimi’s ground-breaking work in our latest story www.sealives.org [link in bio] #ocean#conservation#economics#ocean#oceanlife#marinelife#saveouroceans#saveourseas#turningthetide#oceanhealth#bccoast#vancouver#britishcolumbia#bc#canada#coast#coastalcommunity#marine#sealives#sealivesinitiative#sealivesdotorg#marinebiology
18.02.2019 00:58:24
The Gentle Giants !! Shot at Ha'apai Beach Resort @whaleswimtonga

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The Gentle Giants !! Shot at Ha'apai Beach Resort @whaleswimtonga#paditv#ssi#naui#scuba#adventure For more 👉 Follow us! 👉 @theoceanunity Thank you so much 👌🏻👌🏻
18.02.2019 00:56:16
What would I be without a heart like his?
What would I be without a heart like his?...more
18.02.2019 00:52:39
Good idea or bad idea? 🤔🦈
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Good idea or bad idea? 🤔🦈 Tag a friend who would try this! 🤙🏼 ___ 📽@stevenpaige4 via @tomsunderwaterphotography Fo👣ow us for more👉🏻 @dailyoftheocean 💙 Thank you so much 👌🏻👌🏻
18.02.2019 00:52:28
CLOSE ENCOUNTER: Kayaker gets the thrill of her life as she finds herself paddli
CLOSE ENCOUNTER: Kayaker gets the thrill of her life as she finds herself paddling with humpback whales during an outing in Norway. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Video via: @abcnews Fo👣ow us for more👉🏻 @theoceantalk 💙 Thank you so much 👌🏻👌🏻
18.02.2019 00:41:31
In honor of Black History month.... There are so many African-American stories t
In honor of Black History month.... There are so many African-American stories that I could share. I’ve always had a love for water. So, I began to wonder did any African-American women contribute to marine science? Experience has taught me that a lot of motivational stories aren’t shared in our main history books(elementary and high school). I have to actively research to find these uplifting,true stories. I found there was a woman who did. Her name was Roger Arliner Young. “Roger Arliner Young overcame racial and sexual barriers to become the first African-American woman to be awarded a Ph.D. in zoology, which she earned from the University of Pennsylvania in 1940. Her scientific contributions, resulting largely from research she performed at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, include improved understanding of the structures that control salt concentration in the paramecium, as well as the effects of radiation on sea urchin eggs. In addition, Young taught at a number of universities, including Howard University, North Carolina College for Negroes, Shaw University, North Carolina, as well as at colleges in Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi.” I salute you Roger Arliner Young. We always overcome. :) #blackhistorymonth#blackhistory#rogerarlineryoung#blackwomeninscience#marinescience#marinebiology
18.02.2019 00:36:52
This mean looking guy is the barracuda or Sphyraena. Many people calls these fis
This mean looking guy is the barracuda or Sphyraena. Many people calls these fish, “tigers of the seas” because of their aggressiveness towards fish. While hunting, these fish search for shiny objects that get their attention! These guys can also reach 5-6 feet fully grown and can weigh 110 lbs! Feeding on many species of fish near reefs. . . Comment what animal we should do next👇 . . . Photo credits📸: Floridasportfishing.com . . . . #ocean#shark#beach#surfing#like#swim#fish#water#summer#marine#whale#dolphin#instagood#instagram#springbreak#sand#warm#sharkweek#marinebiology#biology#fishing#awesome#wildlife#whales#florida#amazing#whaleshark#greatwhite#bullshark#amazing#swimmingwithsharks
18.02.2019 00:32:35
Ella es mi mascota, hija y compañera de aventura, con sus lazos tricolor (@delos
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Ella es mi mascota, hija y compañera de aventura, con sus lazos tricolor (@delosaltosgroomers )me acompaña en la mayoría de mis locuras, es amante de Venezuela como su madre haha!, muchas personas me dicen que ella es mi vida y como no va hacerlo si la tengo desde que tenia un mes de nacida... Es la MARGARITEÑA que más amo (bueno después de mi abuela y la virgen del Valle). Hace unos meses gane un concurso con una de las mejores amigas y tatuadoras que he tenido el honor de conocer @alexsunflowertattoo y me hizo el segundo tatuaje más hermoso que puedo decir que tengo en mi piel... la vida es una MARAVILLA y amo poder vivirla con ella, dicen que las mascotas se parecen a sus dueños, hoy no pongo dude de ello... estás son las mejores fotos pues no sólo es en el muelle y rodeada de mar ... son fotos tomadas en la mejor Escuela de Ciencias Aplicadas del Mar (ECAM)-(UDONE). #margarita#NuevaEsparta#university#udone#nature#sea#sky#dog#puppy#love#yolo#venezuela#picoftheday#l4l#enjoythemoment#livingmylife#caribeanlife#marinebiology#surfergirl#lovingmylife Be like no one ✌💙
18.02.2019 00:21:39
My name is Valerie Ruth Busic #dieantwoord #oaksterdam #iar #highwall #daytonabe
My name is Valerie Ruth Busic #dieantwoord#oaksterdam#iar#highwall#daytonabeachcommunitycollege#brookdaleseniorliving#montverdeacademy#chambermaid#certified#business#soilscience#electrician#computerscience#it#botanist#horticulturalist#marinebiology#koifarm#repstyley#candlemaker#painter#recordingengineeringandproduction#alchemist#shaman I love myself and need nobody I no longer procrastinate I am my own physician and psychologist I am a world trade center victim I was on the NYSE trading floor from 99 til 09 self employed Busic securities, kalin associates, flanders, batenkill capital, Arthur gross Mike pizzo I resigned January 09 as a trading clerk and began trading cir myself no longer being an insider I pay my taxes and all my bills, I have no debt I'm retired at 44 life us beautifuli you are what you eat follow my lead peace love togetherness god bless America
18.02.2019 00:15:19
The Red dragon of the ocean?🐉🔴
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18.02.2019 00:09:09
با نریختن زباله در طبیعت جان موجودات کشورمون رو نجات بدیم.حتی یک کیسه کوچک میتون
با نریختن زباله در طبیعت جان موجودات کشورمون رو نجات بدیم.حتی یک کیسه کوچک میتونه موجودی رو به کشتن بده. This little guy got himself caught in a plastic bag Sometimes it can be hard to notice the effects we have on the environment until we see things like this happen… 🐟💔 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📸 Via: @realitypageone ! #marinelife#marinebiology#seacreatures#underwaterpics#marinebiologist#oceanlife#reeftank#aquarium#coralreef#fishtank#reef
18.02.2019 00:06:58
At this point I'm so deeply moved by the Deep Seas that I really hope to always
At this point I'm so deeply moved by the Deep Seas that I really hope to always have another project around the corner if possible. This is "Deep Sea G20 Summit", an unlikely scenario involving two Bluntnose Sixgill Sharks investigating a mysterious stranger visiting from the north, drawn to the scent of old Sperm Whale flesh. The visitor is the Greenland Shark. Possibly the same female that made the seal pup kill in the gulf of St. Lawrence. Nothing is stopping a trio of feisty Florida Golden Crabs from investigating the whale fall either. #painting#fishpainting#sharkpainting#sharkart#deepseapainting#abyss#sharks#seamonsters#marinebiology#conservation#acrylicpainting#acryliconcanvas#paintingoftheday#artistsoninstagram#coolart#natureart#realism#visualart#animalart#canadianartist#instart#ontheeasel#therapy#relax#explore#nature#wilderness#freedom
18.02.2019 00:00:50
Festival passes are sold out but you can still get individual tickets for New Yo
Festival passes are sold out but you can still get individual tickets for New York WILD! Only four days away. Excited to see the world premiere of ”The King’s Keeper” next Sunday! 📷: Thomas Rowell @brothermountainfilms#worldpremiere#nywild2019#tec#repost The Explorers Club ・・・ Prahlad spent most of his life working with elephants in the circus in India. Today, he works in a place where "we work for elephants." Gajrag, a 70-year-old tusker whose name means "King of the elephants," spent nearly 50 years of his life in chains. When Prahlad first saw him come out of the rescue vehicle and step in to the Elephant Conservation and Care Center, he says, "I have my heart set on him." . "The King's Keeper" makes its WORLD PREMIERE at the 2019 New York WILD Film Festival, Thursday, February 21st thru Sunday, February 24th. . #NYWild tickets and details are available at www.nywildfilmfestival.com . . . . . . . . . . . . #elephant#elephants#films#filmfest#filmfestival#documentary#docfilms#environmental#globalwarming#climatechange#environmentconservation#wildlifeconservation#oceanconservation#explorersclub#theexplorersclub#nycevents#thingstodoinny#marinebiology#wildlifeconservation#social#networking#thingstodoinnyc#thingstodoinnewyork#foodanddrinks#foodandwine
17.02.2019 23:59:45
What’s your dream dive location? - - - -  Credit = @juansharks - - #sharks #shar
17.02.2019 23:58:32
This was taken at a place I use to visit with my late grandfather all the time g
This was taken at a place I use to visit with my late grandfather all the time growing up. I seen this bird from a distance he made eye contact and literally walked up to my lap as I was sitting in the beach hung out with me for a while and after about 10 minutes he flew away. I can’t help but think it was a message from above that your loved ones are always with you even when they’re gone.
17.02.2019 23:56:24
Just a casual hammerhead cruising through the shallows. 🦈 Have you ever seen or
Just a casual hammerhead cruising through the shallows. 🦈 Have you ever seen or want to see a shark in the wild? 🌊 Tag a friend who loves sharks! 👇 (@captbryson) . . ➡️ Follow us @oceanxplore . . . #ocean#oceanwaves#oceans#oceanart#oceanconservation#oceana#diving#scubadiving#scuba#scubadivinggirls#scubadiver#scubajunkies#scubaphoto#sharks#sharksofinstagram#sharkcagediving#saveourseas#oceananimals#marinebiology#marineanimals#marinebiologist
17.02.2019 23:42:15
"Conversations"
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Whatever these Sperm Whales are talking about, it certainly ai
"Conversations" - Whatever these Sperm Whales are talking about, it certainly ain't the news at 5. This incredible moment was filmed off the Coast of Dominica under special government permits courtesy of Professional Underwater Wildlife Phorographer and Filmmaker, Jeffrey Honda @jeffreyhondaphotography - This was one of the most AMAZING moments that I have had in this life! While swimming with these 3 young females, a large male the size of a school bus came out of the blue to join them. The clicking sound you hear is their “coda,” which is their form of communication. I could feel something scanning me and was confused how I could feel that from the females. You can hear my surprise when I figure out that it was the male joining us that was clicking. This male also decides to bellow out a nice cry as the group converges in front of me. I have never seen or heard footage of a sperm whale doing this before. A sperm whale can click at 236dB. It is the loudest animal on the planet. Scientists believe that they can hear each other from thousands of miles away. They can destroy the human ear and they can literally vibrate a person to death. They also have the largest brain of any animal on the planet. Since I was 7 years old it has been a dream to dive with the largest predator on the planet. Every time I get in the water with these giants, it’s a dream come true! This footage was taken under Dominican government permit. The sperm whale (Physeter macrocephalus) or cachalot /ˈkæʃəˌlɒt, ˈkæʃəˌloʊ/ is the largest of the toothed whales and the largest toothed predator. It is the only living member of genus Physeter and one of three extant species in the sperm whale family, along with the pygmy sperm whale and dwarf sperm whale of the genus Kogia. Adult males who are not breeding live solitary lives, whereas females and juvenile males live together in groups. The main driving force for the sexual segregation of adult sperm whales is scramble competition for mesopelagic squid. Females and their young remain in groups, while mature males leave their "natal unit" somewhere between 4 and 21 years of age. Repost form @maestro320 - #Education#SpermWhale For more 👉
17.02.2019 23:40:34
It’s a fish eat fish world!
It’s a fish eat fish world!...more
26.01.2019 04:52:07
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