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80% of #BluePlanet2 viewers learned something new, while 62% would change their habits to reduce their impact on our oceans. 💙Education is key. 🌎📚🗝
We love S e a l i f e -> te leuk toch dit schattige armbandje met zeepaardje?!🐠🐬 . . Wil jij dit schattige armbandje verkopen in jouw winkel/salon? Stuur een bericht naar info@chicksfromheaven en informeer naar de mogelijkheden. . . #sealife #seahorse #kidsjewellery #kidsbracelets #girlygirl #musthave #love #new #feelslikesummer #lovethebeach #cute #lookingforsalesagents #lookingforsellingpoints #armcandy #crush #kids #kidsstore #kinderwinkel #kinderarmbandje #kindersieraden #armbandjes #friendshipbracelet #tocutetohandle #beachlife #letshavefuntoday #everyday #withlove #chicksfromheaven
You are the captain of your own ship; don't let anyone else take the wheel. ✌⛵🛳🌡☀️ Michael Josephson #sealife #sealover #ocean #travellers #loveyourself #loveyourbody #lovewhatyoudo #wannatravel #wannatraveltheworld #enjoylife
He flies through the water with beauty and grace. A black and white polka dotted ballet with a face #whereyourdreamscomeblue #poetryart #eagleray #kohalacoastdiving #hawaii #scuba #padi #sealife
In another world, we could have been so much more 🌐 #SeaLife #summit #travel #Paremata #westcoast #NZ #NorthIsland #NewZealand #Aotearoa #KiaOra
A friendly encounter... 🐋❤ Credit @caymanjason #sealove #dolphinheaven #dolphins #ilovedolphins #sealife
Die größte Muschelart der Ostsee, die Sandklaffmuschel, trägt ihren Namen zu Recht, lebt sie doch eingegraben im Weichboden und hat eine, bei geschlossenen Schalen, weit klaffende Öffnung für die Ein- und Ausströmröhren am Hinterende des Gehäuses. | Den største muslingeart i Østersøen, sandmuslingen, bærer sit navn med rette, idet den lever nedgravet i blød bund og har en gabende åbning i husets bagende for ind- og udstrømningsrørene med lukkede skaller. Photo © Dirk Schories #UNDINEII #unterwasser #underwater #undervands #interreg #Ostsee #Østersøen #balticsea #sandmusling #sandklaffmuschel #muschel #bivalvia #mya #musling #mussle #baltic #underthesea #sealife #Urlaub #ferie #holiday #germany #danmark #visitdenmark #Dänemark #Deutschland #Umweltbildung #tyskland #divingdenmark #underwaterphotography
‘Heartbreaking’ video captures manta rays swimming through trash in search of food #FACTS FEB. 21, 2018. A video captured by a scuba diver in #Nusa Lembongan, a small island off the southeast coast of #Bali shows #mantarays swimming through hordes of #trash when searching for food. #LaurenJubb posted the video to Facebook on Feb. 16 and is asking the public to limit their use of non-recycled #plastic and #waste The #Australian woman planned a day of diving when she was shocked by what she found. We stopped at #MantaPoint and it was stunning; on the surface of the water that is… We saw huge manta rays swimming underneath the boat and it all seemed so magical,” she wrote in the Facebook post. “But then we went underneath the ocean’s surface… I honestly could have just burst into tears then and there. I have never been so horrified and heartbroken as I was when I saw the amount of plastic and rubbish in the bay.” She went on to say that the manta rays had plastic bags around their mouth and bodies, while they were weaving their way through the garbage. In the video you can see the creatures opening their mouths wide to filter through the water for food. Manta rays don’t actually have teeth but instead eat by sieving food particles out of the water using rows of tiny plates in their mouths. According to a recent study, industry has made more than 9.1 billion tons of plastic since 1950 and there’s enough left over to bury Manhattan under more than two miles of trash. Plastics don’t break down like other man-made materials, so three-quarters of the stuff ends up as waste in landfills, littered on land and floating in oceans, lakes and rivers, according to the research reported in Science Advances. Jubb hopes her video will raise awareness on plastic pollution and will encourage people to think twice about their consumption. #NINFONETWORK #NINFOEARTH #FOODNINFO #NATGEO #HISTORY #WHO #SEALIFE #OCEAN #DAILYMAIL #BBC #LONDON #WILDLIFE
‘Heartbreaking’ video captures manta rays swimming through trash in search of food #FACTS FEB. 21, 2018. A video captured by a scuba diver in #Nusa Lembongan, a small island off the southeast coast of #Bali shows #mantarays swimming through hordes of #trash when searching for food. #LaurenJubb posted the video to Facebook on Feb. 16 and is asking the public to limit their use of non-recycled #plastic and #waste The #Australian woman planned a day of diving when she was shocked by what she found. We stopped at #MantaPoint and it was stunning; on the surface of the water that is… We saw huge manta rays swimming underneath the boat and it all seemed so magical,” she wrote in the Facebook post. “But then we went underneath the ocean’s surface… I honestly could have just burst into tears then and there. I have never been so horrified and heartbroken as I was when I saw the amount of plastic and rubbish in the bay.” She went on to say that the manta rays had plastic bags around their mouth and bodies, while they were weaving their way through the garbage. In the video you can see the creatures opening their mouths wide to filter through the water for food. Manta rays don’t actually have teeth but instead eat by sieving food particles out of the water using rows of tiny plates in their mouths. According to a recent study, industry has made more than 9.1 billion tons of plastic since 1950 and there’s enough left over to bury Manhattan under more than two miles of trash. Plastics don’t break down like other man-made materials, so three-quarters of the stuff ends up as waste in landfills, littered on land and floating in oceans, lakes and rivers, according to the research reported in Science Advances. Jubb hopes her video will raise awareness on plastic pollution and will encourage people to think twice about their consumption. #NINFONETWORK #NINFOEARTH #FOODNINFO #NATGEO #HISTORY #WHO #SEALIFE #OCEAN #DAILYMAIL #BBC #LONDON #WILDLIFE
Started learning to swim in September of 2017. And I'm terrified of open water. Decided to take the plunge and learn scuba diving anyhow. Passed the theory section; now, onto the water portion. Scared out of my mind, but might as well go for it. Keep me in your thoughts. #scubadiving #greatbarrierreef #australia #padi #openwater #scared #whatamidoing #sealife #nature #wildlife #environment #water #saveourseas
Exploring in Bonaire ... FUN!!! @maresjustaddwater Music: http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music Credit to : @scubadivergirls DoubleTap & Tag a Friend Below⤵ Follow us if you love Scubadiving ❣ Update videos everyday ❤ ------------------------------------------------ #underwaterphotography #underwater #uwphotography #underwaterworld #uwphoto #waterlust #scubalife #ocean #divelife #oceanlife #oceanlove #oceanart #scubadiving #scuba #diving #water_shots #water_captures #travelunderwater #madeofocean #mynikonlife #underwateremotions #madeofocean #sealife #pink
From another world. Giant kelp branches cast on the shore of Curio Bay, #southland #newzealand #davyjones #sealife #coastal #kelp #creepy #curiobay #texture
Whales! Amazing! #sealife
Look deep into nature 🐡🐠🐬💙
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