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With a big push from noted ocean lover Leo DiCaprio, Adrian Grenier will film his search for the most solitary cetacean in the Pacific.

With a big push from noted ocean lover Leo DiCaprio, Adrian Grenier will film his search for the most solitary cetacean in the Pacific.

The Iroquois creation myth starts with a sky woman being pushed down a hole in the sky island after her husband became upset with her. She was saved by the sea creatures who then took mud up from the ocean floor and placed it on the back of a turtle to create land. The sky woman then created plants and such and gave birth to twins.

The Iroquois creation myth starts with a sky woman being pushed down a hole in the sky island after her husband became upset with her. She was saved by the sea creatures who then took mud up from the ocean floor and placed it on the back of a turtle to create land. The sky woman then created plants and such and gave birth to twins.

Lord of the rings, Harry potter, The vampire diaries, Star wars, Marvel, The hunger games, Percy Jackson, The host

Lord of the rings, Harry potter, The vampire diaries, Star wars, Marvel, The hunger games, Percy Jackson, The host

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Go swimming they said…

not like everyone else

not like everyone else

"The underside of a young Thornback ray, pushing itself up the inside of an aquarium.... What appear to be eyes are gill slits, part of the animal's mechanism for breathing. Its real eyes are on top of its body. Their faces are very distinctive, especially the apparent smile," said a Blue Reef [Aquarium] spokesman." ...I'm pretty sure this is actually Cassandra "the last human" from Doctor Who...

Who are you calling fish face? The baby ray causing ripples in the marine world with its alien-like smile

"The underside of a young Thornback ray, pushing itself up the inside of an aquarium.... What appear to be eyes are gill slits, part of the animal's mechanism for breathing. Its real eyes are on top of its body. Their faces are very distinctive, especially the apparent smile," said a Blue Reef [Aquarium] spokesman." ...I'm pretty sure this is actually Cassandra "the last human" from Doctor Who...

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