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    Beluga Whales migration, Nunavut Inlet, Canada

    Africa | Breathtaking Shot of Millions of Flamingos | © Martin Harvey

    Ice Cirles by Marvin Evasco - Scarborough, Canada

    Humpback Whale Shows AMAZING Appreciation After Being Freed From Nets

    As manatees can’t survive in water below 60 degrees, they migrate to Kings Bay and the adjacent rivers every winter, which are an average 72 degrees all year round. So from November through March 2012, you can head to Crystal River, which is 70 miles north of Tampa, where it is the epicenter of manatee-watching, and go swim with these giant but affectionate creatures. ...WAAAAAAAAAAAANT.

    "A whale shark tilts upright and yanks on a net, trying to make off with a fisherman's catch." Photo by Michael Aw from National Geographic.

    Frozen bubbles at Abraham Lake in Kootenay Plains, Alberta, Canada (by Fikret Onal).

    10,000+ ray migration

    Australia's new Crocosaurus Cove park in Darwin allows thrill-seekers to swim face-to-face with massive saltwater crocodiles. Bucketlist!

    Kiss a Beluga Whale...Belugas have a large forehead, a sign of their high intelligence. Beluga whales are, in fact, the smartest animals on earth with an average I.Q. (intelligence quotient) of 155, a level that would be considered near genius in humans.

    The Loneliest Whale in the World. In 2004, The New York Times wrote an article about the loneliest whale in the world. Scientists have been tracking her since 1992 and they discovered the problem: She isn’t like any other baleen whale. Unlike all other whales, she doesn’t have friends. She doesn’t have a family. She doesn’t belong to any tribe, pack or gang. She doesn’t have a lover. She never had one. Her songs come in groups of two to six calls, lasting for five to six seconds each. But her...

    The northern lights...

    yep ...nature's color...amazing!

    Nakuru National Park, Kenya #monogramsvacation

    29 Surreal Places In America You Need To Visit Before You Die. I have seen only 5 of these - gotta get adventuring!

    Beneath the waves by Michael Anderson Tsoi Lik Lagoon, Papua New Guinea

    Forever Dreaming, Canada

    Sunken Ship, Canada

    Coolest thing Ive ever seen… Pink Dolphin October 2012 -According to NOAA, there have only been 14 recorded sightings of albino Bottlenose Dolphins throughout the world, since the first reported sighting in 1962.

    Sky Walking, Mt. Nimbus, Canada