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6yr old award winning #MarvellousMarthy Sep 19
Because it’s today I thought I’d re share this fabulous video as investigates jellyfish and crabs for the global scienc... via as part of - a good 10 min film to show your kids 😀
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Hugh Harrop Wildlife Aug 9
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RSPB Ramsey Island Jul 30
Just 12 years ago this scene would not have been witnessed on Ramsey. Rat eradication in 2000 led to storm petrels breeding for the first time in 2008. Now they are fighting over nest sites (sound up for the song)
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Hannah Stitfall Aug 4
The fulmar colony close to my house have had chicks 🐥😍❤️ These wonderful seabirds only come to land to breed & are pretty special! I did an Instagram story for which is on their page now for the brilliant Head to their Insta for more! 💙
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Jake Davies Jul 27
Some perfect conditions amongst the seagrass over the last week. Great site to get in for a dive or snorkel
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Environment Agency Aug 3
When cleaning your home or business, help out marine life by following these simple steps: ✔️ Dispose of any fluids or water containing them down kitchen or bathroom drains ✖️ Don't pour them down surface water drains or on the ground
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Ross Hutchinson Aug 4
Tonight on : Exploring the hidden world off our coast. An amazing experience snorkelling with the seals at the Farne Islands. Find out more at 6.
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Alex Mustard Aug 1
My last post celebrates cuttlefish. On land we’re not used to large, intelligent invertebrate life, but just off our beaches these amazing animals are courting, competing, mating and hunting. Our seas are another world, just on our doorstep.
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Leigh Morris Jul 29
More staycation dives today in and more wonderful 🇮🇲 with
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Environment Agency Jul 28
It's ! Did you know that you can protect ocean life from your own home? Play your part by never flushing wet wipes, kitchen roll or cotton buds down the toilet. They can make their way to the ocean and harm marine life.
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Folklore Film Fans Are Wearing a Mask🕷️ Aug 6
Oooh, just heard that it's - any excuse to share this remarkable film: In ancient legend, seahorses provided protection & guidance to the souls of dead sailors making their way to the underworld. 'The Seahorse / L'Hippocampe' (1934) dir. Jean Painlevé
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Lewis Pugh Jul 27
This was one of the happiest days of my life. 💙 🌊
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Bishop group MBA Jul 26
To celebrate we took time out from NNS hunting to admire some amazing native species (well OK one's a summer tourist!) Sea slug Facelina auriculata Light-bulb Sea Squirt Clavelina lepaiformis Hermit crab Pagurus bernhardus & Compass jelly Chrysaora hysoscella
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Hugh Harrop Wildlife Aug 4
We've enjoyed three encounters with Atlantic White-sided here in Shetland over the last ten days. Lovely to see good numbers of calves in all three pods.
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OxfordUniEarthSci Jul 30
Did you know it's ? To celebrate, we're spotlighting marine research! EarthSci postgrad explains how her research could help ensure future conservation of the oceans by mitigating global warming:
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Skomer Island Aug 3
A short video packed with and to celebrate this past :)
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AlderneyWT Jul 22
Some surprise visitors on our trip this morning - joined in the harbour by dolphins! 🐬 🌊 Look out for lots of marine events for week from Saturday 💦
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RSPB Jul 31
This , why not check out our handy guide to some of the gulls you might see exploring the coast?
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Cardiff Curator Jul 30
For , here are just a few of the fabulous animals that can be found around UK shores: King ragworm, Black lugworm, Common flat periwinkle and the beautiful Blue-rayed Limpet
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LewisPugh Foundation Jul 29
Amazing footage of humpbacks and orcas hunting herring together. We could watch this all day! 🐋 💙 🐳
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