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WWF Sharks 26m
Even after & die 😵 of natural causes, they contribute so much to the marine ecosystems! Our animation explains how👇Learn about other incredible ways in which 🦈help the world 🌎 here ➡️ p.s. This is the last episode of our animation series😢
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Melissa Cristina Márquez Jul 2
Whale Sharks Have Teeth On Their Eyes Yup, you read that title correctly. According to a newly published study, whale (Rhincodon typus) eyes are covered with dermal denticles, which is a novel mechanism of eye protection in vertebrates.
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Indiana Flight Future 2023 Jul 3
Fun practice today
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Dave Harasti Jul 2
Saw one of my favourite species on the BRUVs today. Hello Bruce!🦈 😎 Kind of disappointed I didn't see it yesterday when I was diving the same site!
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Alistair Dove Jun 29
The eyeballs of are both armored and retractable, proving once again that they are undoubtedly the most metal of all . Proud to collaborate on this new research with Japanese aquarium colleagues.
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StopFinningEU Jul 1
#10: 8000 are killed every hour. The word means to cut of living . Help us to stop this terrible act and support our : You can change something! Photo: Sea Sheppard
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Joschua Knüppe Jun 27
Results from the ! Brontornis, Rahonavis, Xenacanthus and Pholidocercus.
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Blue Planet Society 20h
What's going on here?
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georgelauder Jul 2
We all know that replace their teeth, but have you ever seen being replaced? Our new paper () shows denticles emerging from below into gaps at the skin surface in shark tails. More to come!
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Woke Warrior ❌ - Flat Earth Global™ (Official) 15m
don’t real! I ain’t never seen one and I don’t know anyone else who has. No one had ever heard of a shark before Jaws 3 came out. They were inventioned by too scare us and make us belief in and .
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Millisty 14h
Ghost sharks are cool too. (Fun fact, they're actually not sharks! Their common ancestor lived 400 million years ago. 👍)
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Sharks Report Jul 1
Reports: Edmonton, Toronto emerge as hub city favorites
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thefabricfacemasks Jul 1
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💖Stephanie Howarth Jul 4
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FredrikMyhre 23h
Spiny dogfish!! 🤩🦈 I just love these little . This years diving in the marine protected area “Jærkysten» was a huge success. Why they school here in the thousands nobody fully know. We think it could be part of breeding behavior. Many pregnant females.
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cassandracarolina 2h
This is a fishing pier. It’s a VERY risky place to wade or swim, because folks “chum” the water with bait, attracting schools of fish, followed by who often bite humans in their feeding frenzy. Also, when on land, . It’s just basic .
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Cherokee Valeria Jul 2
Let's ALL do our part and look out for each other. 😷
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Luis O. Nieves Jul 1
Researchers in Japan discovered whale sharks (the largest non-mammal vertebrate in the world) with small teeth covering their eyeballs due to the presence of dermal denticles; & have the ability to retract their eye sockets.
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ParadiseValleyGiftCo Jul 3
It’s 4th of July Weekend, so it’s time to get on the ferry and hit the beach! Or wait, maybe the sofa for a Jaws Marathon 🦈 check out all of our great Amity Island gifts and don’t forget we can customize
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Dr Robaire Beckwith #StaySafe 20m
Shark finning: why the ocean's most barbaric practice continues to boom
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