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Deep Sea Aug 18
The deepest dive of the expedition to a depth of 5,000 m (16,405 ft) on Mona Seamount was also one of the deepest dives ever to reach the seafloor in this part of the world! Despite the depth you can see sponges, corals, anemones, and even some fishes! 📽️NOAA
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Deep Sea 57m
Large aggregations of crinoids were seen on top of the ridge during the dive exploring Deep-sea Habitats off Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. 📷NOAA
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ArtofKimHsu (Commissions Open) 53m
Awakening from the depths, Namielle makes its debut in World: Iceborne. Its physical features resemble a vampire squid and jellyfish bioluminescence.
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Brooklyn Boatworks 6h
Wow!! How awe-inspiring are the creatures of the deep! >> .
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ISBA-HQ Aug 19
Are you a geology, geophysics, biology or environment major interested in exploration? China Minmetals Corp is offering THREE exciting 3-month expenses paid fellowships to candidates from developing States. Apply via the portal by 1 Nov!
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Deep Sea Aug 17
Neck crabs get their common name because the body is constricted just posterior to the eyes. This might be Coryrhynchus sidneyi, which uses ascidians to decorate itself, who may later grow and help to camouflage the crab! 📽️NOAA
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Primal Waters 🦈 10h
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Oceanic Preservation Society / OPS Aug 15
How Sharks Glow to Each Other Deep in the Ocean Scientists have identified the molecular magic that makes the creatures into neon beacons.
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Christopher Mah Aug 19
sometimes we just want to be a snug as this star Zoroaster fulgens, buried in 2000+ meter sediment in the Gulf of Mexico! thanks to for the image!
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Christianne Smith 3h
🛸 will send a robot to deep-sea vents on Earth to practice future trips to worlds like Europa or Enceladus 📚 🌊 🌚 &
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Jonathan David Jewellers Aug 16
This pristine Rolex Sea-Dweller has just landed in store.
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Andrew Whitmore Aug 15
Great to see the stories of the growing call for a moratorium among Pacific countries (now supported by PM) linked to the growing problems of Nautilus Minerals
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CritterCastPodcast 7h
Horrifying or heckin cool? You decide! This is an upclose view of the mouth of a as discussed in episode 40. Have you listened yet??
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Dave Raver 7h
Flags now up for Sept. 3rd. Think that deserves a beer 😁🤘 @ Fatboy's Bar N Grill
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Deep Sea Aug 11
A closer view of the wall of deep-sea corals, mostly bubblegum coral (Paragorga sp.), with a side of shrimp! 🙊 📷NOAA
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DCHLexusofOxnard Aug 19
DCH Lexus of Oxnard employees had a fun-filled day with Ventura Sports Fishing Island Spirit 👍👍❤️‼️😍🥰🐡🐠🐟🐬🦀🦞🦐🦑🐙 FUN‼️
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Jeremy Horowitz Aug 16
corals can reveal past environmental conditions. These species can have growth rings, like a tree. is learning how to read coral rings to understand our changing environment. Pic: close-up of rings. NAME THE CORAL
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Sarah K. Hu Aug 19
Said good bye to SSF Erica today! She worked hard all summer-processed samples from the , learned R, ran a grazing exp, AND helped start the Huber lab espresso hr ☕️ Seriously squashed some Thank you Erica!
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Rebecca Ross Aug 19
I'm afraid there are always plenty of sights like this as we survey the . Sometimes accidental, other times clearly dumped.
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CritterCastPodcast Aug 19
NEW EPISODE ALERT! Ep. 40 is all about slimy, slithering HAGFISH. Thanks for the suggestion. Also featuring a promo from Check it out!
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