Puffer fish enjoys getting his back scratched
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How sharks can smell blood?
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Fun Facts About the Ocean
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Wet Dream - Kip Addotta
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Beautiful gift from the sea
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This shot comes from photographer Sean Scott off a remote West Australian beach. He was flying his drone over a large school of bait fish that was attracting whaler sharks and managed to get this shot with two sharks inside a wave
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Start Where You Are. Use What You Have. Do What You Can.
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Pismo Beach, California. The water is cold but beautiful
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Getting up close and personal with a very rare albino humpback whale
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Oceans are Deserts
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little sea ​​urchin. So cute I love it, will name it pincushion
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While taking trash out of the ocean today, we pulled up an old SCUBA tank. Attached to it was this guy (and about 4 others). What is this thing of nightmares??
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Guy swimming behind sleeping whale
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Sea foam flying.
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Cracroft Point - Underwater powered by EXPLORE.org
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Bonaire Underwater Coral Cam powered by EXPLORE.org
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Are Whales Stressed?
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Shark Cam powered by EXPLORE.org
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Windy+Sunny Southern California Day
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Killer Whale Culture
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Singing the Jaws theme song under the sea...
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The way this Tarpon grabs himself a snack
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Sardine Feeding Frenzy: Whale, Shark, Dolphin and Sea Lions | The Hunt | BBC Earth
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Wave Gif 🌊🌊🌊
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Peakaboo... right in front of you...
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When hunting, a thresher shark's tail moves so quickly that it lowers the pressure in front of it, causing the water to boil. Small bubbles are released, and collapse again when the water pressure equalizes. This process is called cavitation, and it releases huge amounts of energy stunning the fish.
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Biggest Great White ever seen
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Biggest Great White ever seen: photo album
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How Marine Mammals Sleep
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beam fish
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