Frank Gould

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Alexander Calder, Our Unfinished Revolution: Star (Fish), 1975, Hamilton-Selway Fine Art

"Sea Creatures", 1975 Color lithograph 22 x 30 in 56 x 76 cm Limited-edition of 175 numbered in pencil lower left Hand-signed "Calder" in pencil lower right

Cereus cactus bees - 7 August 2016

Cereus cactus bees - 7 August 2016

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Port Orange Family Days Spring Fair 2014

Port Orange Family Days Spring Fair 2014

Steel Quilt doris leeper

Steel Quilt by DORIS LEEPER, visionary, preservationist, artist.

Cracker Creek

Cracker Creek in Daytona Beach, FL

World's Most Extreme Animals African elephants are the heaviest and second tallest land animals. Large males can exceed 13,000 pounds and are 12 feet tall at the shoulder.   This photo made on February 10, 2011 shows an elephant in Tsavo west national park, some 350 kilometres southeast of Nairobi. (Tony Karumba, AFP / Getty Images)

Heaviest Land Animal African elephants are the heaviest and second tallest land animals. Large males can exceed pounds and are 12 feet tall at the shoulder. An elephant roamed Tsavo west national park, some 350 kilometers southeast of Nairobi

Longest Lifespan Three giant tortoises are estimated to have lived over 175 years, with one estimated at a whopping 255 years.   Image: Harriet, who died in 2006, was thought to be the third longest-lived tortoise on record.  Cory Doctorow/Creative Commons

Longest Lifespan Three giant tortoises are estimated to have lived over 175 years, with one estimated at a whopping 255 years. Image: Harriet, who died in was thought to be the third longest-lived tortoise on record.

World's Most Extreme Animals North African ostriches run up to 45 miles an hour, making them the fastest land bird. They are also the biggest, weighing up to 345 pounds.   An african ostrich eats at the Addo National Elephant Park, north of Port Elizabeth, on June 24, 2010. South Africa is hosting the 2010 FIFA World Cup. (Patrick Hertzog, AFP / Getty Images)

Fastest Land Bird North African ostriches run up to 45 miles an hour, making them the fastest land bird. They are also the biggest, weighing up to 345 pounds. An African ostrich eats at the Addo National Elephant Park, north of Port Elizabeth

Loudest Animal Blue whales' low-frequency pulses can be heard over 500 miles way. At 188 decibels, these sounds are louder than a jet engine.   In this picture taken on March 26, 2009, shows a blue whale swimming in the deep waters off the southern Sri Lankan town of Mirissa. (Ishara S. Kodikara, AFP / Getty Images)

Oceans are home to of the living volume of the planet and contain more than one million species, ranging from the largest animal on the planet -- the blue whale (pictured) -- to one of the weirdest -- the blobfish.

The giant squid is the world's largest invertebrate, and the largest ever measured was 59 feet long. Giant squids also have the largest eyes of any animal, each one about the size of a human head.

Giant squid hanging over Rev. Moses Harvey’s bathtub The squid that “attacked” the reverend and his companion in their dory was on the smaller end of how large adult giant squids (Architeuthis dux) can be, but was still massive. The mantle (body) of.