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One of my favorite photos in existence! So cool! ~ETS

Octopus, Italy Photograph by Pasquale Vassallo Despite the strong human presence on the coast, an octopus is curious about snow-covered Vesuvius. (This photo and caption were submitted to the 2011 National Geographic Photo Contest.

Conocida como tiburón banjo, esta raya (Trygonorrhina fasciata) habita las costas rocosas del sur de Australia

Banjo Shark - Montague Island by Rowland Cain ~ (New South Wales, Australia)*

Blanket Octopus | Blanket Octopus Mating

I got a cape, bitch. immunity to the poison of the man o’ war jellyfish. It has since used that immunity to dismember the most poisonous animal on the planet so that it can whip it’s ripped off tentacles at any predators or prey it might want to kill.

Leaf Oyster aka ZigZig Oyster (Lopha folium)

Zig zag oyster, anemone / Perhentian Islands, Malaysia Photo by Arne Kuilman

whoa :-o

When they unfold and get out in the open, they are formidable animals indeed: (a diver gets acquainted with one old and wise specimen in the Japan Sea, Primorie, Russia - a Giant Pacific Octopus Doflein).

Just before a shark breaks the surface tension of the water.

Funny pictures about Breaking The Water Surface Tension. Oh, and cool pics about Breaking The Water Surface Tension. Also, Breaking The Water Surface Tension photos.

White whales, such as the recently spotted humpback nicknamed Migaloo, are rare and elusive creatures. He’s been seen more than 50 times, including a few times around the Great Barrier Reef.

Call Me Migaloo: The Story Behind Real-Life White Whales

Migaloo, the only known all white humpback whale, was photographed by jenny dean (first, third photos) in the great barrier reef. though often described as albino, migaloo has brown eyes and is more likely leucistic or hypopigmented.