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georgina Oct 18
22 species of on one dive.. where else in the world does that happen?
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kumimonster Oct 18
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kumimonster Oct 18
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Cormac's Coast Oct 17
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Francis Canto Oct 18
While observing a Brown Booby I finally got to photograph a pod of Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins. These guys were busy playing and foraging in the shallows off of Fort George, it even appeared that some calves were in the pod.
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Hailey Brandt Oct 17
If sinks we wont recover easily. This ship contains 1.3 MILLION barrels of crude oil. would be severely affected. Incomes of who depend on the Gulf of Paria would be lost.
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Cormac's Coast 5h
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The Extra Catch Oct 15
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Coastwatch Oct 18
We also get a lot of this, excessive eutrophication from high nitrates, dead cetaceans, this time a seal as well as the too plentiful waste and litter threatening all this
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Scottish Sea Farms Oct 16
RACE YA | Look who turned up to escort our Loch Eriboll farm team yesterday on their journey to return workboat, the Carol Anne, to her Orkney home of Toyness – just beautiful
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Reg Saddler Oct 14
Just another Dream.. 😍😍 πŸŽ₯ robertoochoahe IG
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SeasearchMCS 22h
Did you spot our ? The Tompot Blenny - Parablennius gattorugine – an inquisitive fish with a pair of branched tentacles between its eyes. Thanks to for the photo.
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Meera Jhogasundram Oct 12
Whatever you do, make sure you're covered 😊 Have a lovely Tuesday! πŸ™ πŸ™via πŸ™
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Akhilesh Oct 17
Why doesn't have a plan or ? Is it because its a fish? Definitely their numbers are less than
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Biological Sciences Oct 14
Researcher Dr Barbara Cheney at the University of Aberdeen was among the team who helped identify Scottish bottlenose dolphin β€˜Yoda’ off the coast of Denmark - more than 700 miles from home! πŸ‘‡Full story via the link belowπŸ‘‡
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Hijaz Musleh Oct 18
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kumimonster 11h
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Ahad Chee Oct 15
Wonderful sound of nature. 🐳 But people endangered them by selfish consumer capitalist ideology.
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amna Oct 18
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S.T.E.M with Zayn 4h
Amazing to know that Killer Whales actually belong to Dolphin's family!
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