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Osprey (Pandion haliaetus) One of the most widespread birds of prey, the #Osprey is found on every continent in the world except Antarctica. The osprey is also called the 'fish hawk', as it is well adapted for hunting fish. A reversible outer toe helps the osprey to carry fish while in flight. Hunting almost exclusively for live fish, the osprey plunges feet first to snatch them from the water, sometimes becoming completely submerged. #BirdsofPrey

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coolest "under the sea" themed cake! Apparently that's a small fish tank under the top layer that you can actually fill with water & live fish Source: Danamopo

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The fangtooth, aka ogrefish, has the largest teeth of any fish proportionate to its body size. The Fangtooth is among the deepest-living fish in the sea, dwelling as far as three miles deep in the ocean.

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Osprey (Pandion haliaetus) One of the most widespread birds of prey, found on every continent in the world except Antarctica. The osprey is also called the 'fish hawk', as it is well adapted for hunting fish. A reversible outer toe helps the osprey to carry fish while in flight. Hunting almost exclusively for live fish, the osprey plunges feet first to snatch them from the water, sometimes becoming completely submerged.

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Photo by David Wrobel The nightmarish fangtooth fish is among the deepest-living fish ever discovered. Can be found in the icy, crushing depths near 16,500 ft. They have, proportionately, the longest teeth of any fish, but the fish doesn't grow bigger than 6 in long.

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Blobfish: world's most 'miserable looking' marine animal facing exinction

Blobfish: world's most 'miserable looking' marine animal facing extinction.Lives in waters off the South East Coast of Australia.

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from Lushome | Interior Design and Decor

Useful Tips for Successful Interior Decorating with Aquariums

Those poor fish!!! Can you imagine going to a party in their point of view? All they would hear is BOOM-BOOM-BOOM....

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Originally found in the rivers of South America, the Discus (Symphysodon discus or S.heckeli) is considered the “king” of the freshwater fish..

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