Pronghorn

Pronghorn

Say hello to the largest turtle on earth!  Growing up to 7 ft (2 meters) long and weighing in at over 2,000 pounds (900 kg) the leatherback sea turtle reaches its massive size soley on a diet of jellyfish and other soft bodied animals.  http://ryansobelart.com/

Say hello to the largest turtle on earth! Growing up to 7 ft (2 meters) long and weighing in at over 2,000 pounds (900 kg) the leatherback sea turtle reaches its massive size soley on a diet of jellyfish and other soft bodied animals. http://ryansobelart.com/

Baleine et homme, une différence de taille !

Baleine et homme, une différence de taille !

A whale is thanking the divers that saved her in San Francisco, because she was stuck in ropes and couldn't get out. The divers helped her. She was swimming around them in circles and making noises and making eye-contact. Amazing and sweet. Photography

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Lovely bubbly! Beluga whales are the ocean's cleverest creatures, but they aren't above a spot of fun

The Pyrenean Ibex- *FASCINATING: it was the first species to ever be brought back into existence via cloning, only to go extinct again just seven minutes after being born due to lung failure. The last naturally born Pyrenean Ibex, named Celia, died on January 6th, 2000, after being found dead under a fallen tree at the age of 13. That animal’s only companion had died just a year earlier due to old age.

The Pyrenean Ibex- *FASCINATING: it was the first species to ever be brought back into existence via cloning, only to go extinct again just seven minutes after being born due to lung failure. The last naturally born Pyrenean Ibex, named Celia, died on January 6th, 2000, after being found dead under a fallen tree at the age of 13. That animal’s only companion had died just a year earlier due to old age.

Okay, I would love to park a boat in the middle of this and just watch. This is so cool.

Okay, I would love to park a boat in the middle of this and just watch. This is so cool.

Every picture tells a story: The last photo ever taken of a Thylacine, 1933. This species is now extinct.

30 Captivating Historical Photographs That You Need to See

Every picture tells a story: The last photo ever taken of a Thylacine, 1933. This species is now extinct.

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