All God's critters

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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. last year, a white orca named iceberg was photographed (second photo) for the first time by e. lazareva in the north pacific, but is again not technically believed to be albino.

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.

Lioness watches over her six week old cub

Lioness watches over her six week old cub. I think this would make a beautiful Mother's Day Card! Look at the love and protection in the Lioness' eyes.

Relationships are a key part of survival and balance in any ecosystem. Though unusual, this hippo and tortoise would seem to have chosen a relationship of mutual support and companionship.

Clearly the hippo has immersed itself in turtle culture. A hippo raised by turtles is acceptable. Baby hippo and 130 year old tortoise become best friends…

Nudibranch's are some of the coolest and most wonderfully varied creatures in the ocean in my opinion. I love them!

Nudibranch's are some of the most colourful creatures under the sea. They occur in seas worldwide, including both the tropics and Antarctica NUDI!

Minke whale

The Great Barrier Reef – in pictures

Minke whale (saw one in Alaska while on a whale cruise, they are rare to see) so much fun! Don't get too close to the whales, it hurts them.

After the whale shark, the basking shark is the second largest living fish, and can grow up to 32 feet long. These sharks are often mistaken for plesiosaurs, a group of long-necked, predatory marine reptiles that lived at the time of the dinosaurs

After the whale shark, the basking shark is the second largest living fish, and can grow up to 32 feet long. These sharks are often mistaken for plesiosaurs, a group of long-necked, predatory marine reptiles that lived at the time of the dinosaurs

Narwhals. . . The Narwhal (meaning "corpse whale" in Old Norse) is a rarely seen Arctic whale. This social whale is known for the very long tooth that males have. Very little is known about this whale.

Narwals Narwals swimming in the ocean, causing a co-motion, cuz they are so awesome. OR "bye buddy, hope you find your dad" "Thanks Mr.

my two favorites in one picture <3 http://www.buzzfeed.com/phildesignart/dolphins-meet-tiger-and-penguin-24mb

Just Some Dolphins Meeting A Tiger And Penguin

Just Some Dolphins Meeting A Tiger Dolphins keep sharks away?

Unlikely friends......or the beginning of a new species of half-dog-half-killer-whale? Killer Dogale.

Sweet, sweet Luna the Orca Whale. This is Luna, and she is nose to nose with a dog. Sadly Luna was killed shortly afterwards for no reason. :'( I hate it when things like this happens. people are so cruel to animals.

Emperor Penguins

13 LOVE OF PARENTS: The emperor penguins fight for survival and to protect their only baby in the frozen Antarctic ice desert. (Photo and caption by Claus Possberg/National Geographic Photo Contest) #

Check out this infographic of fascinating facts about animals around the world!

Our two boutique cruise ships take travelers to some of the most amazing places on earth. We cruise vast oceans and seas, and explore lush rainforests.

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