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The blue lights on the sea coast are the glowing firefly squid of Toyama, Japan. Each tentacle has an organ called a photophore, which produces light. When flashed, these lights attract small fish, on which the squid can then feed.

The Lions Mane Jellyfish -- largest jelly fish in the world... Found in the boreal waters of the Arctic

This is a bridge in Paris. You hang locks on it with the name of you & your boyfriend/girlfriend/bestfriend then throw the key into the river. So even though the friend/relationship may end, you can’t remove the lock. It stays there forever, as relevance to someone once a part of your life. -- Totally just added this to my bucket list!

Humongous Dogs

Humongous Dogs
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Humongous Dogs

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Trip to Iceland

The Blue Lagoon in Iceland - a natural geothermal pool---So cool!

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The AquaDom.

The AquaDom, found in the Radisson Blu hotel, is said to contain around 2600 fish from 56 different species. The hotel elevator travels through the center of it: don't even have to book a room

No jellyfish, sharks, or seaweed! World's largest swimming pool - in Chile - 1013 meters long, covers 80 acres, its deepest end reaches 115 ft. and it holds 66 million gallons of water.