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Hope for New England’s Offshore Treasures

This intimidating-looking fish is found as deep as feet and along both sides of the North Atlantic Ocean. A solitary creature, the Atlantic wolffish uses its sharp, protruding pearly whites to chomp on mollusks, shellfish, and sea urchins.

A colorful sea slug feasts on microscopic marine creatures called zooplankton, but it captures more of them in a gulp by using a middleman.

'Kleptopredator' Found: Sea Slug Attacks After Prey Has Eaten

A species of nudibranch was found to engage in what researchers call kleptopredation — “steal your meal and eat you, too.

Os cardumes de salmão vermelho que chegam aos rios e lagos do Alasca no período da desova são imensos

Scientist captures amazing photos of massive Alaskan sockeye salmon run

Earlier this month, I spent a few days fishing on Weiss Lake in Centre, Alabama, to film an episode of Field & Stream “Hook Shots.” Centre happens to be the “Crappie Capital of the World,” and it should come as no surprise that in a place with such a title catch-and-release is not exactly the norm. In season, the smell of sizzling crappie in outdoor fryers fills the evening air. I was fortunate enough to be guided by crappie fishing legends Sam Heaton and Jack Jones. Not only were they m...

David Hyde speaks with Bob Anderson, director of the UW Native American Law Center, about why Western Washington tribes are suing the state over culverts

clown triggerfish

clown triggerfish

OCÉANO....❤ #TropicalFishSaltwater

OCÉANO....❤ #TropicalFishSaltwater

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dalmation discus - a discus would never have this pattern! omg this is definitley photoshopped. discus can have cool patterns but more similar to a zebra if you want to compare it to another animal. they have a striped pattern or no pattern at all.

Image: A smooth sun star & anemones (© Brian J. Skerry/National Geographic)

Image: A smooth sun star & anemones (© Brian J. Skerry/National Geographic) - Gulf of Maine

Tudo tem o seu ensino e seu tempo para meditar // considerar a sua passagem no mundo deve ser // Chris Tianity ....

Red-tailed or Collared Butterflyfish(Chaetodon collare) photographed by Christian Loader on March 2008

Honolulu, Hawaiʻi, 5 September (IUCN) – Ocean warming is affecting humans in direct ways and the impacts are already being felt, including effects on .

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