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Meet the SHIFF ARMS JELLYFISH! (Or barrel jellyfish)
Otherwise known by its scientific name, the 'Rhizostoma Pulmo', this Jellyfish is the largest in all of British-territorial waters! Don't let the beautiful blue color fool you though, these Jellys' stings are incredibly painful so DO NOT TOUCH! 
They are quite beautiful to observe from afar! 
Photo by © @davidantoja
Video by © @ayvalik3sea 
#Ocean #underwater #animals #beautiful
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Meet the SHIFF ARMS JELLYFISH! (Or barrel jellyfish) Otherwise known by its scientific name, the 'Rhizostoma Pulmo', this Jellyfish is the largest in all of British-territorial waters! Don't let the beautiful blue color fool you though, these Jellys'

So cute 
Via @onebreathdiver LOVERS...
When mating, the female seahorse deposits up to 1500 eggs in the males pouch. The male then goes on to carry the eggs for between 9 to 45 days until their babies will emerge, very small but fully developed.
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So cute Via @onebreathdiver LOVERS... When mating, the female seahorse deposits up to 1500 eggs in the males pouch. The male then goes on to carry the eggs for between 9 to 45 days until their babies will emerge, very small but fully developed.

this is what it looks like underneath a wave.
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song: ‘Places We Won’t Walk’, by Bruno Major @mrbrunomajor
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this is what it looks like underneath a wave. @ryanpernofski song: ‘Places We Won’t Walk’, by Bruno Major @mrbrunomajor

Mind-blowing clarity 🤯
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Mind-blowing clarity 🤯 @nolanomura : @pinksweats -

Via @WhalesXorcas
A lucky group of kayakers had a close encounter of a humpback spyhopping! What would your reaction be? 
Follow @whalesxorcas for more.
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Via @whalesxorcas A lucky group of kayakers had a close encounter of a humpback spyhopping! What would your reaction be? Follow @whalesxorcas for more. - Video by @poseidonexpeditions

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Whales attempting to mate and dolphins playing  how crazy is that 
By @jaimenhudson
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Whales attempting to mate and dolphins playing how crazy is that By @jaimenhudson

Esperance, Western Australia
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Which one is the cutest 
1,2... or 10 ? Swipe 
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Photos by :
1 - @sumogurinet
2 - @aquabirdy
3 - Shutterstock
4 - @kpunkka
5 - Ryan Fletcher
6 - JeremyRichards
7 - @alexkyddphoto
8 - @jeffbhester
9 - Andrew Astbury
10 - Shutterstock
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Which one is the cutest 1,2... or 10 ? Swipe - Photos by : 1 - @sumogurinet 2 - @aquabirdy 3 - Shutterstock 4 - @kpunkka 5 - Ryan Fletcher 6 - JeremyRichards 7 - @alexkyddphoto 8 - @jeffbhester 9 - Andrew Astbury 10 - Shutterstock

Nemo playing Peekaboo !
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Nemo playing Peekaboo ! By @rafikadura

Everybody CLAP! 
How adorable is this baby manatee having a ball?
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Everybody CLAP! How adorable is this baby manatee having a ball?

To give you an example of the kinds of remarkable creatures that live in fresh water and the seas, here’s a video of what’s known as the toughest animal ever to exist — the microscopic tardigrade, or water bear. After appearing over 600 million years ago, this little beast has survived each of the 5 mass extinctions, whether the temperature is 151 degrees Celsius or -272 degrees Celsius. Even within the vacuum of space of near radiation, the tardigrade can cuddle up into a ball and survive it out. It also goes as far as repairing its own DNA; an example that tells us life will always persevere. There are 1,100 known species of tardigrades and continuing with what we posted yesterday; imagine all the unknown species that have yet to be found that also have other incredible characteristics that we can learn from and use to enhance our own lives…all of which will be wasted if we keep treating our sea life and environment the way we have been!
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To give you an example of the kinds of remarkable creatures that live in fresh water and the seas, here’s a video of what’s known as the toughest animal ever to exist — the microscopic tardigrade, or water bear. After appearing over 600 million years