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A Big Pregnant Mama Guppy .. But They Are Gone Now :(

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Mujtaba Ahmad
Mujtaba Ahmad
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Did you know that baby sea turtles are threatened by microplastics in our ocean? A new study has shown that post-hatchling sea turtles are ingesting microplastics - and that these plastic particles can lead to blockages and nutrient deficiencies.

Sea turtles face enough natural threats on their way to adulthood, and nearly all of the world's sea turtle species are already endangered with extinction. Microplastics shouldn't be one of these threats to their survival - and we can all do something to help. Use less plastic in your everyday lives, and educate the people around you on why plastic pollution is such a massive threat to our world's oceans.

Full Story: http://theterramarproject.org/daily-catch/study-shows-microscopic-plastics-harm-baby-sea-turtles-implications-for-ocean-life-cycle/

#OceanThreats #SeaHope #SeaTurtles #Conservation #OurOcean #BabySeaTurtles #MarineLife #MarineBio #Ecology #PlasticPollution #MarineDebris
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Check it out. Awesome place to see them!
#letsgodiving +Pelagic Dive Travel #scubadiving #whales

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We're walking the walk! We're swimming the swim! We're kelping the kelp! By 2025, we will achieve net-zero carbon emissions and will transition 100 percent of our vehicle fleet to renewable power.
We Are Still In for the ocean
We Are Still In for the ocean
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A special message from our Executive Director, Julie Packard:

“We must use our hearts, and our smarts, to protect our ocean and our climate, as we build a better future for our kids."
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Some cool snails I caught in Dniester River (Tiraspol, PMR). The long black ones are Melanopsis praerosa and the tiny ones are Theodoxus fluviatilis, which are actually fully freshwater nerites. The small dots you seen on Theodoxus fluvatilis are actually their eggs. Yes, they like to lay their eggs on top of each other for some reason. Not sure why.

https://coolgobyfish.blogspot.com/2016/08/some-cool-snails-from-dniester-river.html
Some Cool Snails From Dniester River
Some Cool Snails From Dniester River
coolgobyfish.blogspot.com
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