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Pink Amazon River Dolphin | The Life of Animals
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Pink River Dolphin. Pink dolphins live in rivers in South America: the Amazon, Orinocco, and upper Madeira. River dolphins are only distantly related to oceanic dolphins. They have learned to adapt to life in rivers and feed on crabs, catfish, small river fish, and small turtles.
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Pink amazon river dolphin
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Name:Liopleurodon (Greek for "smooth-sided teeth"); pronounced LIE-oh-PLOOR-oh-donHabitat:Oceans worldwideHistorical Period:Late Jurassic (165-150 million years ago)Size and Weight:About 30 feet long and 10 tonsDiet:Fish and squidsDistinguishing Characteristics:Massive head with numerous sharp teeth; four large flippersLiopleurodon - About.com Marine Reptiles
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Gomphotherium annectens art by Karen Carr I'm sure
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Qijianglong New Dinosaur Species With Longest Neck Ever
All You Want to Know About Ocean Sunfish: Ocean sunfish (Mola mola) found in open ocean, California, USA, Eastern Pacific Ocean
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All You Want to Know About Ocean Sunfish
The Lions Mane Jellyfish -- largest jelly fish in the world... Found in the boreal waters of the Arctic
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The Lions Mane Jellyfish -- largest jelly fish in the world. Found in the boreal waters of the Arctic. Some sea creatures just scare the crap out of me, and this would be one of them.
Lion's Mane Jelly fish The animal of the day is the Lion’s Mane Jellyfish. (Did you know: This is the largest species of jellyfish in the world! It’s bell [main body] can be up to 8 feet in diameter, and those trailing tentacles can measure up to 120 feet! [that's longer than a blue whale!] These species are only found in the cold waters of the Artic and North Pacific/Atantic oceans.
9.) Nomura’s jellyfish: This jellyfish is found off the coast of Japan and can weigh up to 440lbs. It’s about the same size as the lion’s mane jellyfish, the largest in the world. It’s easy to understand how Japan came up with Godzilla.
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Closeup of the skull and teeth of the Puntledge River elasmosaur
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Elasmosaurus fossil (replica)
closeup of the skull and teeth of the puntledge river elasmosaur.
British Columbia Paleontological Alliance - BC Provincial Fossil
Largest Living Sea Creatures
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The ocean contains some of the largest creatures on Earth. In this slide show, you can see and learn facts about the largest living sea creatures.
10 Largest Sea Creatures: Introduction to the Largest Living Sea Creatures
10 Largest Living Sea Creatures By Jennifer Kennedy Marine Life Expert
10 Largest Sea Creatures
Predatori Dinosaurs, Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus
Species New to Science: [Paleontology • 2014] Semiaquatic Adaptations in a Giant Predatory Dinosaur, Spinosaurus aegyptiacus
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Ingridia navigans by atrox1 on deviantART
Black Rain Frog. - Imgur
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The Black Rain Frog (Breviceps fuscus) is a species of frog in the Brevicipitidae family. It is endemic to South Africa. Its natural habitats are temperate forests and Mediterranean-type shrubby vegetation. It is threatened by habitat loss #animal
Grumpy frog? A black rain frog, native to South Africa.
The Black Rain Frog is a burrowing amphibian who is native to the Southern coast of Africa.
Blackrain Frog ew
Reader photo:Leafy sea dragon - Australian Geographic
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Reader photo: Leafy Sea Dragon (Phycodurus eques) taken by Tony Brown - Australian Geographic
Leafy seadragons (Phycodurus eques) are named for the leaf-like growth on their bodies, which helps to camouflage them IMAGE CREDIT: Tony Brown
Leafy Sea Dragon by Tony Brown at Rapid Bay South Australia. Pic Found on Australian Geographic on FB
Fishy foliage of the leafy sea dragon
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Tupandactylus imperator. Awesome head crest.
Tupandactylus imperator by atrox1 on deviantART
wolly rhinoceras. pleistocene.
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Woolly Rhinos [Prehistoric mammals series], by Balazs Petheo
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Cotylorhynchus by Sergey Krasovskiy, atrox1 | The best known member of the synapsid clade Caseidae, the largest terrestrial vertebrates of the Early Permian
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Cotylorhynchus by atrox1 on deviantART
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Poppy - gorgeous red flower
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Shark egg by Sander van der Wel on Flickr.
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Most sharks and skates lay strangely shaped eggs sometimes called a ‘mermaid’s purse.’ These consist of an egg case in a thin capsule made of collagen. They often are square or rectangular with stringy or pointy corner horns, but can come in a variety of odd shapes. A few sharks, such as the Port Jackson shark, have helical egg cases which are secured into the sand like drill bits. Shark eggs can wash up on the beach and are often hand-sized, although the largest recorded was over 2m long.
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Mermaid’s Purse - Catshark Egg Case Many species of catshark (family: Scyliorhinidae) lay eggs in tough egg cases known as mermaid’s purses. These cases have curly tendrils that tangle around objects to prevent them from floating away. The gestation period of the egg can range from a few months to over a year, depending on the species and water temperature. If held against a light source, the developing embryo can easily be seem. Sander van der Wel via Flickr
Shark egg by Sander van der Wel on Flickr. #science #animal
About 40% of shark species lay eggs. The eggs are laid in a protective egg case (which is commonly called a "mermaid's purse"). It has tendrils that allow it to attach to corals, seaweed or ocean bottom. The young get nourishment from the yolk sac. | Photo by Sander van der Wel
Blue whale!: Largest animal to ever live on Earth! (Including all dinosaurs)
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Blue Whale. Emerging from the depths of the deep blue sea.
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Blue whale!: See one in real life
Our beautiful ocean: whale
"Blue Whale" (looks to me like a Fin Whale?)
Triton shell on the prowl
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Triton’s trumpet on a Hawaiian Reef by Barry Fackler©. The Giant Triton or Triton’s trumpet, Charonia tritonis, is one of the biggest snails on the reef, growing up to 2 feet long, with a gorgeous shell. Though it looks harmless, it is a predator and uses its teeth (radula) to inject its prey with a poison found in its spit. The poison stuns or paralyzes its prey, which the triton then eats alive at its leisure This species is found throughout the Indo-Pacific oceans, Red Sea included.
Triton... This is why you stay out of the ocean
Amazing UW Macro shot of Triton shell on the prowl. Get your underwater photo gear at housingcamera.com.
Styracosaurus was a genus of herbivorous ceratopsian dinosaur from the Cretaceous Period about 75.5 to 75 Ma
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Styracosaurus was a genus of herbivorous ceratopsian dinosaur from the Cretaceous Period
Styracosaurus - illustration Kurt Miller
Limacina helicina, the sea butterfly, is a tiny mollusk that lives inside a dark shell and uses its "ears" as wings. Like its predator, the sea angel, Limacina has evolved wings in place of the normal mollusk foot. Unlike the sea angel, though, Limacina hunts with a big ball of secreted mucous, which it uses to catch tiny arthropods, bacteria and algae. Photo by Alexander Semenov. Story by Nadia Drake, wired.com #Marine_Biology #Sea_Butterfly
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Beauty in Strangeness: Most Otherworldly Creatures on Earth (Wired article 2013-09-25) • not surreal mythology since we know more of the moon than our own oceans... glowing, ghostly, tiny & perfectly camouflaged creatures of the abyss • photos by marine biologist Alexander Semenov • just because they’re invisible let's not ignore them but enjoy their beauty, sustain them as much as us, before some go extinct due to global warming… • depicted: Limacina helicina (Sea Butterfly, White Sea, Russia)
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Have you ever seen a sea butterfly aka the Limacina helicon? It is a lentil-size arctic snail that has a translucent shell and wings, which are evolved from its foot to keep it afloat as it drifts along the ocean and to trap plankton. #JungleJim #Animals #Snail #SeaButterfly #SeaAnimals #AnimalFacts #FunFacts
These Stunning Photos Of Underwater Sea Creatures Will Blow Your Mind
Sea Butterfly (Limacina helicina) by sierraclub: This lentil-size Arctic snail has a translucent shell and wings evolved from its foot to keep it afloat as it drifts along the ocean currents and to trap plankton. Image credit Alexander Semenov. #Snail #Sea_Butterfly
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The Jellies Experience Exhibit at the Monterey Bay Aquarium This is trippy! They are incredibly weird looking, yet beautiful. I think they are aliens in disguise. lol!
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The jellies (sea life unit)
Upside down jelly fish. Picture from the Monterey Bay Aquarium. One of my favortie places.
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The narwhal, or narwhale, Monodon monoceros, is a medium-sized toothed whale that lives year-round in the Arctic. One of two living species of whale in the Monodontidae family, along with the beluga whale, the narwhal males are distinguished by a characteristic long, straight, helical tusk extending from their upper left jaw. Found primarily in Canadian Arctic and Greenlandic waters, rarely south of 65°N latitude, the narwhal is a uniquely specialized Arctic predator. In the winter, it feeds on benthic prey, mostly flatfish, at depths of up to 1500 m under dense pack ice. Narwhal have been harvested for over a thousand years by Inuit people in northern Canada and Greenland for meat and ivory, and a regulated subsistence hunt continues to this day. While populations appear stable, the narwhal has been deemed particularly vulnerable to climate change due to a narrow geographical range and specialized diet.
Narwhals Narwhals, swimming in the ocean, causing a commotion, cause they are so awesome, Narwhals Narwhals pretty big and pretty white, they could beat a polar bear in a fight, like an underwater unicorn, they've got an awesome facial horn, they're the jedi of the sea…..
Megalodon fossil tooth
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Megalodon fossils found off Canary Islands coast
This is a Megalodon's tooth. A type of prehistoric shark that lived in the Eocene period. Zane recognized it right away!
Megalodon fossil tooth .... that is a rather giant shark tooth -- sometimes it's a good thing some of these guys are extinct
Pterosaur to Giraffe comparison