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Hippodiles & crocapotamuses

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Cetaceans, sirenians, dolphins, sharks etc
Mustelids
Africa
Australia
Crocodilians
Physarum polycephalum
Moths
Bees, wasps & flies
Butterflies
Snakes
Camels
British wild trees & shrubs
Apes - great & small
Equines
Cats
Dogs
Fresh & sea water dwellers
Birds
Bugs (and "gho gho's")
Cetaceans, Sirenians, Dolphins, Sharks etc (2)
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Cetaceans, sirenians, dolphins, sharks etc

The Story of One Beluga Whale Who Tried to Bridge the Linguistic Divide Between Animals and Humans | Science | Smithsonian Magazine

The Story of One Whale Who Tried to Bridge the Linguistic Divide Between Animals and Humans

While captive in a Navy program, a beluga whale named Noc began to mimic human speech. What was behind his attempt to talk to us?

When the Antarctic blue whale – the largest and loudest animal on the planet – was all but wiped out by whaling 50 years ago, the waters around South Georgia fell silent. Twenty years of dedicated whale surveys from ships off the sub-Antarctic island between 1998 and 2018 resulted in only a single blue whale sighting. But a whale expedition this year and analysis by an international research team resulted in 58 blue whale sightings and numerous...

Blue whale sightings off South Georgia raise hopes of recovery

After single sighting in 20 years of surveys, new expedition and analysis bring 58

(118) #WinMeOverIn4Words hashtag on Twitter

#WinMeOverIn4Words hashtag on Twitter

(118) #WinMeOverIn4Words hashtag on Twitter

A gigantic lone walrus somehow supported by a small sheet of ice amongst a maze of ice floes. Somehow unfazed by her precarious position, she decided this was the ideal spot to catch some shut-eye. I wanted to depict the serenity of her sleep along with the seemingly unending distance surrounding her. She must've been comfy because she barely moved the entire time!

A Moment of Rest

A gigantic lone walrus somehow supported by a small sheet of ice amongst a maze of ice floes. Somehow unfazed by her precarious position, she decided this was the ideal spot to catch some shut-eye. I wanted to depict the serenity of her sleep along with the seemingly unending distance surrounding her. She must've been comfy because she barely moved the entire time!

Clip Art And Amazing Facts About The Blue Whale: Whales Chart

Photoshop

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Anatomy of a Giant

This is Visual Journalism [122] - Visualoop

As we watch our new infographic gallery grow, both in designers as in number of works added, it’s only natural that we open our weekly round ups with some of those projects. That doesn’t mean that we’ll stop featuring infographics published in other social networks and blogs, of course. And since it’s been a while …

After Menopause, Killer Whale Moms Become Pod Leaders | Science | Smithsonian

After Menopause, Killer Whale Moms Become Pod Leaders

When their reproductive years are done, females take on new roles as wise survival guides

Educational Posters – Inwater Research Group

right-whale-poster-final

Educational Posters – Inwater Research Group

While it’s easy to become overwhelmed by stats and images about current pollution and trajectories for years to come, the intent of this article is not to instill fear. The intent is to be realistic, to learn from what is going on in the world, and to support one another in our collective efforts to change. Pollution knows no boundaries, so for the sake of future generations, let’s err on the side of action and hope.

Pollution around the world: 30 shocking photos

While it’s easy to become overwhelmed by stats and images about current pollution and trajectories for years to come, the intent of this article is not to instill fear. The intent is to be realistic, to learn from what is going on in the world, and to support one another in our collective efforts to change. Pollution knows no boundaries, so for the sake of future generations, let’s err on the side of action and hope.

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Sharks, Skates, and Rays of the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico

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“Sharks, Skates, and Rays of the Atlantic and #GulfOfMexico @OCEARCH @ChrisOCEARCH @HarteResearch @SportfishCenter”

A girl dropped her phone, and the whale picked it up and delivered it #whale #animals #cute #unexpected #whales

A girl dropped her phone, and the whale picked it up and delivered it .

A girl dropped her phone, and the whale picked it up and delivered it #whale #animals #cute #unexpected #whales

www.pegasebuzz.com | Orca, orque, killer whale, black fish. Orca Head Variations by LlamaTHEDragon.

Orca Head Variations by LlamaTHEDragon on DeviantArt

Orcas are such facinating animals. They are the second most-widely distributed mammal on the planet (after humans), and they fill an ecological niche si... Orca Head Variations

trynottodrown:  a few different shark species (full size)

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trynottodrown: a few different shark species (full size)

Discover more about #dolphins clicking in this interactive #graphic. When one of Earths smartest creatures vocalizes, it fuels a heated debate among scientists: Are dolphins actually speaking a complex language?

National Geographic Magazine

Discover more about #dolphins clicking in this interactive #graphic. When one of Earths smartest creatures vocalizes, it fuels a heated debate among scientists: Are dolphins actually speaking a complex language?

Blue Whale Body Parts The blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus) is a marine mammal belonging to the baleen whales (Mysticeti). Description from imgarcade.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

How Baleen Whales Work

Blue Whale Body Parts The blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus) is a marine mammal belonging to the baleen whales (Mysticeti). Description from imgarcade.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

How to Identify whales | North Atlantic Society

How to Identify whales

Mustelids

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Africa

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Australia

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Crocodilians

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Physarum polycephalum

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Moths

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Bees, wasps & flies

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Butterflies

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Snakes

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Camels

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British wild trees & shrubs

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Apes - great & small

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Equines

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Cats

Asian cheetah - How Iran is destroying its once thriving environmental movement

How Iran is destroying its once thriving environmental movement

Iran once boasted one of the greenest governments. But persecution, paranoia, and war have sunk the Middle East’s most vital conservation programs.

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Fresh & sea water dwellers

Hundreds of venomous Portuguese man o' war have washed up on beaches across Cornwall, with people warned to steer clear of the dangerous creatures. Sightings of the “floating terror”, as the animals are sometimes called due to their painful sting, were recorded mainly on the south coast, including on shores near Falmouth, Porthleven, and St Ives. The animal’s sting is powerful and can send a victim into anaphylactic shock, with children being...

Cornish beaches awash with poisonous Portuguese man o’war

The creature’s sting can result in anaphylactic shock

Birds

The hunt for food is driving wildlife into suburban areas.

The hunt for food is driving wildlife into suburban areas.

Bugs (and "gho gho's")

Scientists discover fungus-farming ants evolving biomineral body armour

Scientists discover fungus-farming ants evolving biomineral body armour

The body armour enables the ants to fend off attacks from marauding colonies that want their nutrient-rich fungus crops.

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Scientists discover fungus-farming ants evolving biomineral body armour

Scientists discover fungus-farming ants evolving biomineral body armour

The body armour enables the ants to fend off attacks from marauding colonies that want their nutrient-rich fungus crops.

On a deeply personal mission for National Geographic, the photographer is documenting as many animals as he can—before some disappear.

Inside Joel Sartore's 'Photo Ark' for animals

On a deeply personal mission for National Geographic, the photographer is documenting as many animals as he can—before some disappear.

The Story of One Beluga Whale Who Tried to Bridge the Linguistic Divide Between Animals and Humans | Science | Smithsonian Magazine

The Story of One Whale Who Tried to Bridge the Linguistic Divide Between Animals and Humans

While captive in a Navy program, a beluga whale named Noc began to mimic human speech. What was behind his attempt to talk to us?

When the Antarctic blue whale – the largest and loudest animal on the planet – was all but wiped out by whaling 50 years ago, the waters around South Georgia fell silent. Twenty years of dedicated whale surveys from ships off the sub-Antarctic island between 1998 and 2018 resulted in only a single blue whale sighting. But a whale expedition this year and analysis by an international research team resulted in 58 blue whale sightings and numerous...

Blue whale sightings off South Georgia raise hopes of recovery

After single sighting in 20 years of surveys, new expedition and analysis bring 58

The hunt for food is driving wildlife into suburban areas.

The hunt for food is driving wildlife into suburban areas.

For one reason or another, opossums have gotten a pretty bad reputation as filthy, rabies-ridden creatures that we should fear. This perception couldn’t be farther from the truth! Read on to learn about the Virginia opossum and why it should earn your love.

8 Reasons You Should Love Opossums

For one reason or another, opossums have gotten a pretty bad reputation as filthy, rabies-ridden creatures that we should fear. This perception couldn’t be farther from the truth! Read on to learn about the Virginia opossum and why it should earn your love.

Hundreds of venomous Portuguese man o' war have washed up on beaches across Cornwall, with people warned to steer clear of the dangerous creatures. Sightings of the “floating terror”, as the animals are sometimes called due to their painful sting, were recorded mainly on the south coast, including on shores near Falmouth, Porthleven, and St Ives. The animal’s sting is powerful and can send a victim into anaphylactic shock, with children being...

Cornish beaches awash with poisonous Portuguese man o’war

The creature’s sting can result in anaphylactic shock

Asian cheetah - How Iran is destroying its once thriving environmental movement

How Iran is destroying its once thriving environmental movement

Iran once boasted one of the greenest governments. But persecution, paranoia, and war have sunk the Middle East’s most vital conservation programs.

Mah Heart, Mah. ...... - 9GAG

Mah Heart, Mah. ......

More memes, funny videos and pics on 9GAG

(118) #WinMeOverIn4Words hashtag on Twitter

#WinMeOverIn4Words hashtag on Twitter

(118) #WinMeOverIn4Words hashtag on Twitter

A gigantic lone walrus somehow supported by a small sheet of ice amongst a maze of ice floes. Somehow unfazed by her precarious position, she decided this was the ideal spot to catch some shut-eye. I wanted to depict the serenity of her sleep along with the seemingly unending distance surrounding her. She must've been comfy because she barely moved the entire time!

A Moment of Rest

A gigantic lone walrus somehow supported by a small sheet of ice amongst a maze of ice floes. Somehow unfazed by her precarious position, she decided this was the ideal spot to catch some shut-eye. I wanted to depict the serenity of her sleep along with the seemingly unending distance surrounding her. She must've been comfy because she barely moved the entire time!

Clip Art And Amazing Facts About The Blue Whale: Whales Chart

Photoshop

Photoshop can work miracles on your images. Learn how to use it like a pro.

Anatomy of a Giant

This is Visual Journalism [122] - Visualoop

As we watch our new infographic gallery grow, both in designers as in number of works added, it’s only natural that we open our weekly round ups with some of those projects. That doesn’t mean that we’ll stop featuring infographics published in other social networks and blogs, of course. And since it’s been a while …

After Menopause, Killer Whale Moms Become Pod Leaders | Science | Smithsonian

After Menopause, Killer Whale Moms Become Pod Leaders

When their reproductive years are done, females take on new roles as wise survival guides

Educational Posters – Inwater Research Group

right-whale-poster-final

Educational Posters – Inwater Research Group

While it’s easy to become overwhelmed by stats and images about current pollution and trajectories for years to come, the intent of this article is not to instill fear. The intent is to be realistic, to learn from what is going on in the world, and to support one another in our collective efforts to change. Pollution knows no boundaries, so for the sake of future generations, let’s err on the side of action and hope.

Pollution around the world: 30 shocking photos

While it’s easy to become overwhelmed by stats and images about current pollution and trajectories for years to come, the intent of this article is not to instill fear. The intent is to be realistic, to learn from what is going on in the world, and to support one another in our collective efforts to change. Pollution knows no boundaries, so for the sake of future generations, let’s err on the side of action and hope.