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Drone Captures Whales Hunting Down a Shark - NBCU News Group, a division of NBCUniversal Media LLC

Drone Captures Whales Hunting Down a Shark - NBCU News Group, a division of NBCUniversal Media LLC

216k Likes, 627 Comments - National Geographic (@natgeo) on Instagram: “Photo by @BrianSkerry.  A large pod of spinner dolphins swim in the clear blue water off of Oahu,…”

216k Likes, 627 Comments - National Geographic (@natgeo) on Instagram: “Photo by @BrianSkerry. A large pod of spinner dolphins swim in the clear blue water off of Oahu,…”

Going home!  Both of these stones were of the handful of  quality stones I picked out at last years gem hunting adventures. I'll miss them! Gotta spread the Atlantis vibes!!   Larimar shares the energy rof the tranquil  ocean and  sky Its soft soothing blues and calming turquoise is patterened with white striations that mimic the sunlight dancing beneath the Caribbean waters where the stone is mined nearby. The wisdom of dolphins and the ancient knowledge of Atlantis vibrate with the body…

Going home! Both of these stones were of the handful of quality stones I picked out at last years gem hunting adventures. I'll miss them! Gotta spread the Atlantis vibes!! Larimar shares the energy rof the tranquil ocean and sky Its soft soothing blues and calming turquoise is patterened with white striations that mimic the sunlight dancing beneath the Caribbean waters where the stone is mined nearby. The wisdom of dolphins and the ancient knowledge of Atlantis vibrate with the body…

3's a Company. MAUI

3's a Company. MAUI

Stop Swimming with Spinner Dolphins. An industry has developed in Hawaii that takes tourists swimming with Spinner Dolphins. This species is nocturnal and needs the daylight hours to recover and rest from that evenings hunt. I The dolphin swim industry is relentless in their pursuit. A revival to The Marine Mammal Act (1972) was proposed for 2017 to provide local law enforcement with a more direct method of penalizing the offenders. ( only 66 signed 24 October 2016 #protectmarinelife

Stop Swimming with Spinner Dolphins. An industry has developed in Hawaii that takes tourists swimming with Spinner Dolphins. This species is nocturnal and needs the daylight hours to recover and rest from that evenings hunt. I The dolphin swim industry is relentless in their pursuit. A revival to The Marine Mammal Act (1972) was proposed for 2017 to provide local law enforcement with a more direct method of penalizing the offenders. ( only 66 signed 24 October 2016 #protectmarinelife

Main feature image  Protect spinner dolphins in Hawaii Dear Nelleke,  Night-time…

Main feature image Protect spinner dolphins in Hawaii Dear Nelleke, Night-time…

Protect spinner dolphins in Hawaii - The Humane Society of the  United States  The dolphins' coves are the best shelter against predators, so when tourist boats and swimmers descend on them, they may stay in the cove but be denied important resting time. Dolphins rest with their young during the day and hunt for food in the evening or early morning. This rest is important so that they have sufficient energy to find food to nourish themselves and nurse their young.  Some recent information i

Protect spinner dolphins in Hawaii - The Humane Society of the United States The dolphins' coves are the best shelter against predators, so when tourist boats and swimmers descend on them, they may stay in the cove but be denied important resting time. Dolphins rest with their young during the day and hunt for food in the evening or early morning. This rest is important so that they have sufficient energy to find food to nourish themselves and nurse their young. Some recent information i

Photo by @BrianSkerry A pod of spinner dolphins dive into clear, blue water off Oahu, Hawaii. These animals hunt in the deep offshore waters at night, then return to shallower coastal regions in the morning to socialize and rest. Coverage from an upcoming story about dolphin minds in @natgeo. Photograph made under NMFS (NOAA) permit #17941. @thephotosociety @natgeocreative #dolphins #animalcognition #subal_underwater_housing

Photo by @BrianSkerry A pod of spinner dolphins dive into clear, blue water off Oahu, Hawaii. These animals hunt in the deep offshore waters at night, then return to shallower coastal regions in the morning to socialize and rest. Coverage from an upcoming story about dolphin minds in @natgeo. Photograph made under NMFS (NOAA) permit #17941. @thephotosociety @natgeocreative #dolphins #animalcognition #subal_underwater_housing

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