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Un esemplare di ctenoforo nelle acque del Golfo del Messico (NOAA Okeanos Explorer Program, Gulf of Mexico 2012 Expedition)

Un esemplare di ctenoforo nelle acque del Golfo del Messico (NOAA Okeanos Explorer Program, Gulf of Mexico 2012 Expedition)

X-Ray of a Stingray.

Funny pictures about Stingray X-ray. Oh, and cool pics about Stingray X-ray. Also, Stingray X-ray photos.

Example of #SurfaceTension . Pretty cool. http://frugalfun4boys.com/2013/04/24/surface-tension-of-liquids-easy-science-experiment-kids/

Science Experiment for Kids: Testing the Surface Tension of Liquids

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.

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Never thought I would be calling a Jellyfish Beautiful, but this picture is really, really, beautiful! so nice

Bell Jellyfish

Bell Jellyfish at the Birch Aquarium in La Jolla, California by Peter Csanadi

Majestic crown jellyfish

Creativity found in nature Mike Bacon Photography: Crown Jellyfish

The scene was from a vantage point, no one could compare to. The light reflecting off the blue green waters. The sharks and the floating seeweed reach deep into the world of the sea. Any deeper and the view that was so spectacular now would turn dark, evil, and filled with the things you know as magical. Magical is real obviously!

I am obsessed with kelp forests! Since I was too young to realize the ocean wasn't doing so well. I was young I mean 2 years old! I credit this early love for kelp forest my bloom of love for the ocean I can't stop thinking about!

leichtigkeit | dynamik | kraft | bewegung

Jellyfish appear like beautiful aliens in Alexander Semenov’s photography, calling a new attraction to a magical species of marine life. Alexander Semenov is a marine biologist and underwater.

Immortal jellyfish...amazing. This little jelly is the only animal known to mankind to live forever!!!

How to Live Forever? Be a Jellyfish Hank introduces us to another amazing organism - the "immortal jellyfish," Turritopsis dohrnii - and explains how it can extend its life cycle indefinitely through a process known as transdifferentiation.

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