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Hi Worlds Wildlife, I love your page! I hope it's ok to post this? This is a video of the fish of my dock in the Florida Keys. I'm really happy to have found a place with other animal lovers like myself. So many beautiful pictures on this page. Thank you :) 
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That's awesome.
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Beautiful pic..oh Lord he is soo big n man is so small
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Don't worry I don't bite! Feel free to follow me!
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I was the lil fishy :(
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Hey!!!

I am in search of someone to help my third grade class!!!!  We are a very urban school in Cincinnati, OH and we are looking to visit a different habitat other than our own via technology.  I was hoping someone might want to take us on.  We do not get to see much what is out in the world to see unless its in our own yard or on the walk to school.  Please help my classroom!!!!

Thanks,

Zack
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Humpback Whale Lobtailing

What a treat! In the morning crossed the Antarctic circle and roughly 12 hours later I got to witness humpback whales lunging and fluking around our ship. Running around like a kid in a candy shop, everyone seemed to frantically and excitedly check out the whales and take photos best they could.

Read the rest of this entry at: http://www.aisleseatplease.com/blog/2015/2/26/humpback-whale-lobtailing

#antarctica #wildlife #pendletonstrait #canon #travel #humpbackwhale #whale #fluking #lobtailing #nature #baleen #polar #fluke #lobe #whaletail #travelphotography #wildlifephotography #남극 #흑고래  
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wow its been a long time since i ever saw a real whale.
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Oh what next!!! That is just deadly. Where do they live? I never even heard of anything like that before, unless you'd think of something as big as a turtle as being part fish,  great bit of film
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What a great shot of one of our new #Galápagos sea lion pups hanging out on a platform in the harbor! 

See the wildlife up close on a cruise with +Quasar Expeditions​! www.galapagosexpeditions.com 

#AllYouNeedisEcuador #OnlyinSouthAmerica   #Cruises   #babyanimals   #sealions   #beachday  
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Shrimp SKELETON .. Do you know it ?!? .. " NEW SPECIES "
This Shrimp TRANSPARENT, the smallest of the WORLD ,
The male measures only 3.3 millimeters while the only female measuring 2.1 mm (one-third less).
It was identified from samples taken in a cave the Santa Catalina Island, off the southern California.
This crustacean is the first of its kind to be reported in the northeastern Pacific.
The new species has a strange translucent appearance which makes it look like a bone carving.

La Crevette SQUELETTE .. Vous connaissez ?!?.. Nouvelle Espèce !
Cette Crevette TRANSPARENTE  , la plus petite du MONDE ,
Le Mâle mesure seulement 3,3 millimètres tandis que la Femelle  mesure 2,1 mm seulement ( un tiers de moins ).
Elle été identifiée parmi des échantillons prélevés dans une grotte
de l’ île de Santa Catalina , au large de la Californie du Sud.
Ce crustacé est le premier de son genre à être signalé dans le nord-est du Pacifique.
La nouvelle espèce a un aspect translucide étrange qui la fait ressembler à une sculpture osseuse.

http://actualites.ca.msn.com/les-dix-especes-les-plus-etonnantes-decouvertes-en-2013-4?page=7#image=7
#shrimp #crevette #new #species  
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Looks like a mantis 
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BLUE-RINGED OCTOPUS

-recognized as one of world's most lethal marine animals

-this cephalopod is renowned for delivering an fatal bite with its beak; the venom is so authoritative when injected into the system that one bite of this meager octopus can kill an adult in minutes

-as u can see in the pic below, they possess several dozens of encirclements providing their distinguishable identity

-since this particular octopus generates iridescence, the warning light penetrates from these circles

-other cephalopods expel light from themselves too eg. vampire squid

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Beautiful from afar
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So beautiful.
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There's a catfish swimming in Italy's Po River that's big enough to swallow you whole ‪

http://nbs.io/1ziq4ok
Twin brothers fishing in Italy's Po River reeled in a nearly 9-foot-long, 280-pound catfish
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Is it a real fish?
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Callistoctopus macropus, also known as the Atlantic white-spotted octopus,white-spotted octopus, grass octopus or grass scuttle, is a species ofoctopus found in shallow areas of the Mediterranean Sea, the warmer parts of the eastern and western Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean Sea, and the IndoPacific region. This octopus feeds on small organisms which lurk among the branches of corals. This octopus is red, with white blotches on its body, and paired white spots on its arms. When it is disturbed, its colour becomes more intense, deimatic behaviour which may make it appear threatening to a potential predator.
It feeds by night. Its method of feeding is to move from one clump of branching coral to another, often Acropora or Stylophoraspp.. The octopus wraps its mantle around a coral head and probes with its arms among the branches, searching for the small fish and invertebrates that seek protection there. It has been found that a number of groupers (family Serranidae) and other predatory fish associate with the octopus when it is feeding, pouncing on small organisms that are flushed from the coral head by the octopus.
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That is so pretty
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