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Hong Kong sunrise #marineexplorer by John Tur…

Hong Kong sunrise #marineexplorer

Hong Kong sunrise #marineexplorer by John Turnbull

Via Flickr:

Hong Kong means “fragrant harbour”. More than half of its territory is sea.

seatrench: (source)

seatrench:

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mlmcuttlefish:

mlmcuttlefish:

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ra-the-hoff:#drawing some #octopus #flowers in…

ra-the-hoff:

#drawing some #octopus #flowers in my #sketchbook
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#wip #workinprogress #octopi #cephalopod #hibiscus #daffodils #art

abby-howard: Earth Before Us: Ocean Renegades …

abby-howard:

Earth Before Us: Ocean Renegades HIT SHELVES TODAY! And you can also buy it on Amazon if you’re a person who doesn’t leave your house, like me. It’s the next book in the Earth Before Us series after last year’s Dinosaur Empire, and it’s all about the Paleozoic, the very strange time before the dinosaurs evolved.

It starts with the dawn of animal life in the Cambrian and follows Earth’s creatures up onto land, where they become all the bugs and vertebrates we know and love. It’s extremely educational and fully illustrated!

Thanks bye!!

tipsy-turtle-crafts:

tipsy-turtle-crafts:

Some magnet ponds from last night #mine #myart #miniature #resin #resinart #epoxyresin #cute #koi #koipond #octopus #cephalopod #narwhale #marine #marinelife #pond

additivism: The Muslims Who Want to Save Octop…

additivism:

The Muslims Who Want to Save Octopuses

In Zanzibar, cephalopods are getting a leg up from the Quran. ZANZIBAR—Ivory pirates, slave traders, and naturalists alike have long sought out the Zanzibar archipelago, a biodiverse group of islands lying off the coast of Tanzania in East Africa.

Introducing The Palaeoartist’s Handbook: Recre…

Introducing The Palaeoartist’s Handbook: Recreating Prehistoric Animals in Art : out next month!: undefined

cetuselena: Lags are beautiful.

cetuselena:

Lags are beautiful.

cetuselena: Bigg’s killer whale surfacing clo…

cetuselena:

Bigg’s killer whale surfacing close to the boat, unedited/not cropped sequence 4/22/2017.

Taken with 70-300mm lens.