😳The glory hole of Lake Berryessa. The 72-feet-wife and 245-feet-long hole is the Lake Berryessa spillway, a sort of oversized drain for the Monticello Dam in Napa Valley, California. The water drains out into the Putah Creek below.
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Giant Swimming Nudibranch ~ BC is a hotspot for these beautiful shell-less mollusks! They are known for their varying exotic colors and flamboyant patterns which they derive from their diet and habitat.
New species are discovered each year... divers always hope to encounter one they’ve never seen before! #BeneathBC#PacificProDive
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Pacific White Sided Dolphins cruise the Central Coast of BC year-round, and another user of noise both as echolocation and communication. You can hear the difference between the clicks used to echolocate, and the calls and whistles used to communicate. In a pod, each dolphin has a unique frequency so everyone knows who's speaking.
This parasite enters through the gills of the clown fish. After that it attaches itself to the tongue.
Later it causes the tongue to fall out and becomes the fish's new tongue.
This is the only known parasite that replaces the function of an organ.
in search of the black pearl. 🚢🚢🚢.
En busca del Perla Negra. 🚢🚢🚢.
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I truly believe love is the most powerful force in this world. With the strength of love, people can get through unbelievable hardships. The power of love can make a difference in this world.
Although I this day I am not celebrating love. A lot of you know my story by now but the person I would have spent Valentine’s Day with isn’t alive anymore 😔 I can’t help but to feel somewhat empty even today though it’s been nearly a year.
However in addition to love I truly believe the power of friendship is just as powerful. On the flip side I honestly through the power of friendship feel more fulfilled in life than even before. It was the power of friendship that got me through of of the hardest times in my life.
A big shout out to some of the friends I have made and connected with on this journey. mermaidsyphira mermaid_spectra the_magic_crafter mermaidtivona the.mermaid.avenue thefloridianmermaid mermaid.alexandra blue_ruin_arts mermaidzari melaniethechicagomermaid aliabides mermaidmae11 antiagingalchemist mermaidstellarae mermaid_made_in_sa mermaid_serena_ mermaid.arabella meltedwaterpark mermaidmegara wncmermaid ashleylanese mermaidwaterlily mysticmyne.jewelry and truly many many more. I definitely feel the love in terms of friendship as there are so many people in my life today that I don’t not connect with a year ago. And so many more people I plan on meeting before the end of this year.
El nombre de ARAO surge de un ave que puede estar en cualquier terreno, aire, tierra e incluso debajo del agua, su versatilidad hace la perfecta analogía de nuestra empresa, el contacto con la naturaleza y la búsqueda de la trascendencia nos obliga a capacitarnos y a contar con los recursos técnicos y humanos necesarios para generar contenidos audiovisuales profesionales en cualquier terreno, haciendo nuestro fuerte el campo deportivo y cultural con la realización documental en exteriores complementando perfectamente el contenido en interiores.
From the Mokohinau Islands we are jumping on a plane to Otago to run our Aramoana Snorkel Day. @emr_nz stretches from the Far North to Dunedin with crews in South Australia as well. If your area wants to engage with your local marine reserve check out www.emr.org.nz to see if we already operate there!
Gorgeous hīnālea lauwili (Thalassoma duperrey) showing off his beautiful colors for the camera✨ This endemic species is commonly known as the saddle wrasse, and it is so awesome that this native species is one of the most common reef fish you will see here in Hawaiʻi.😁 It feeds mainly on benthic crustaceans, but is known to be an opportunistic feeder of fish eggs and algae🦐🌱 This species spawns in aggregations or in pairs during spring and summer afternoons.🌞 It is classified as a species of Least Concern according to the IUCN, although it is occasionally collected for the aquarium trade.🌊 Like other wrasses, this species exhibits protogynous hermaphroditism. This is where large females irreversibly change into males. This behavior depends on the presence of other males in the harem.✨You can tell this one is a terminal male because it has a white bar behind the orange saddle.🧡