thelovelyseas:

Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) endangered, Kona, Hawaii by Chris Newbert

thelovelyseas:

Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) endangered, Kona, Hawaii by Chris Newbert


Love a good infographic

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North Atlantic Right Whale Takes a Dive

North Atlantic Right Whale Takes a Dive



Aurelia aurita, or moon jellyfish, often live in large groups in the sea. You can easily identify them by their four moons’ in the middle. These are the reproductive organs. Males have white and females have pink moons’. Moon jellyfish have short tentacles along the edge of the bell and four short arms situated around the mouth for catching food. The tentacles of the moon jellyfish are poisonous for small marine animals but people are not affected by the toxin since it does not penetrate the skin (Source: Ecomare.nl) Photo credit to Alexander Semenov (http://www.flickr.com/photos/a_semenov/6885822383/)

Aurelia aurita, or moon jellyfish, often live in large groups in the sea. You can easily identify them by their four moons’ in the middle. These are the reproductive organs. Males have white and females have pink moons’. Moon jellyfish have short tentacles along the edge of the bell and four short arms situated around the mouth for catching food. The tentacles of the moon jellyfish are poisonous for small marine animals but people are not affected by the toxin since it does not penetrate the skin (Source: Ecomare.nl)

Photo credit to Alexander Semenov (http://www.flickr.com/
photos/a_semenov/6885822383/)


Say It Isn’t So(nar)! 
Court approval of naval training range threatens North Atlantic right whales and their newborn calves. 

Say It Isn’t So(nar)!

Court approval of naval training range threatens North Atlantic right whales and their newborn calves. 


Photo by Eric Cheng

Photo by Eric Cheng


Incredible Orca breach!

Incredible Orca breach!

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montereybayaquarium:

Are these the only safe anchovies in the Monterey Bay area right now? Many believe that schools of these tiny fish are what’s bringing record numbers of humpbacks to our area! 
Learn more about whale watching in our area.

montereybayaquarium:

Are these the only safe anchovies in the Monterey Bay area right now? Many believe that schools of these tiny fish are what’s bringing record numbers of humpbacks to our area! 

Learn more about whale watching in our area.



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shayedk:

Some people are totally amazed at what they might find in Outer Space - I’m totally amazed at what we find in the sea.

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Whale Shark

Whale Shark