A beluga with a halo bubble: A Beluga whale has become a sensation at an aquarium after learning how to blow halo-shaped bubbles. The extraordinary sight was captured on camera by photographer Hiroya Minakuchi at the Shimane aquarium in Japan. He said: “This beluga started making bubble rings when she was seven. And a couple of years ago she developed her technique. Now she blows the water from her mouth to make a current, which is not visible for us underwater. She then blows air from her blow hole into the current and that makes a ring shape.”
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Bubble Coral (Plerogyra sinuosa) by RevolverOcelot: Characterized by grape-sized bubbles which increase their surface area according to the amount of light available: they are larger during the day, but smaller during the night, when tentacles reach out to capture food. en.wikipedia.org/... #Coral #Bubble_Coral
quite possibly nirvana the whale shark & diver were at about 120ft. at Darwin's Arch, quite possibly the greatest dive site in the world. whale sharks, massive schools of hammerheads, numerous galapagos, silky and whitetip sharks, eagle, manta & mobula rays, turtles, eels, dolphins, melonheaded whales, huge swirling tornados of random fish & whatever else you can imagine.