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    A beluga with a halo bubble: A Beluga whale has become a sensation at an aquarium after learning how to blow halo-shaped bubbles. The extraordinary sight was captured on camera by photographer Hiroya Minakuchi at the Shimane aquarium in Japan.

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    Beluga: StopPebble.org

    Beluga bubbles! this is so cool

    The Lions Mane Jellyfish is the largest jellyfish in the world. They have been swimming in arctic waters since before the dinosaurs (over 650 million years ago) and are among some of the oldest surviving species in the world. The largest can come in at about 6 meters and has tentacles over 50 meters long. Pretty amazing when you think these things have been swimming around for so long. They have hundreds of poisonous tentacles that it used to catch passing by fish. it then slowly drags in it’s prey and eats it. That is terrifying. The Week Magazine Tumbler

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    Beluga Whale Blowing Bubble Rings

    Beluga Whale

    Alaska... one in a billion photo The photo was taken at the entrance to Katlian Bay at the end of the road in Sitka , Alaska . The whale is coming up to scoop up a mouthful of herring. The kayaker is a local Sitka Dentist. He apparently didn't sustain any injuries from the terrifying experience. The whale's mouth is fully open with the bottom half under the boat. Look at the picture again - He is in the whale's MOUTH! by Mark Tennant.

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    Beluga Love

    Mother and baby Beluga whale in the Arctic. (NOAA)

    Ping-pong Tree Sponge (Chondrocladia lampadiglobus) is a carnivorous sea sponge. These deep sea creatures use hooked spicules (tiny spike-like structures) to capture small crustaceans.

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    Beluga Whales, Nunavut Inlet, Canada

    “These Special arthropods (stomatopods) have 16 visual pigments! We only have four, and we can see millions of colors. Their vision is hyperspectral, they can see ultraviolet and infrared wavelengths, as well as polarized light. They have 360 degree vision and three parts of each eye can focus on the same spot, so each individual eye has trinocular vision with depth perception. They have a very large focal range and the eyes can emit light, which is used for communication. They have the most complex visual organs on the planet.”

    Golden Sting Ray Migration

    Nautiluses eating a chicken

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    Splendid Chromodoris by Dermal Denticles#Nudibranch