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Orca Whale Spyhopping near Glacier Chilkat, Alaska- must see these Orca Whales and a glacier in the wild !

Orca Whale Spyhopping near Glacier Chilkat, Alaska- must see these Orca Whales and a glacier in the wild !

Translucent Leaf Scorpionfish via Maia Valenzuela: 'Lacking any other defense, many larval fish have adapted transparency as a method of camouflage—such as this tiny, see-through larval leaf scorpionfish in Hawaii.' Image credit Chris Newbert #Scorpionfish

Translucent Leaf Scorpionfish via Maia Valenzuela: 'Lacking any other defense, many larval fish have adapted transparency as a method of camouflage—such as this tiny, see-through larval leaf scorpionfish in Hawaii.' Image credit Chris Newbert #Scorpionfish

Sea Slugs by Keita Kosoba: Chromodoris pallescens, C.tinctoria, Jorunna parva, Goniobranchus aureopurpureous, Hypselodoris festiva, Dendrodoris guttata, Limacia ornata #Nudibranch

Sea Slugs by Keita Kosoba: Chromodoris pallescens, C.tinctoria, Jorunna parva, Goniobranchus aureopurpureous, Hypselodoris festiva, Dendrodoris guttata, Limacia ornata #Nudibranch

Extreme diver Norbert Wu's Journey into the Antarctic underworld:  Showing a medusa or jelly (Desmonema glaciale). It lives near the surface and the bell can reach over one meter in diameter. It is incredibly intricate and beautiful though.

Extreme diver Norbert Wu's Journey into the Antarctic underworld: Showing a medusa or jelly (Desmonema glaciale). It lives near the surface and the bell can reach over one meter in diameter. It is incredibly intricate and beautiful though.

Dolphins Dance Troupe (The Ocean is Vast and Endless,  in it, holds Amazing creatures........some we are aware of and some we have Yet, to still find.....)

Dolphins Dance Troupe (The Ocean is Vast and Endless, in it, holds Amazing creatures........some we are aware of and some we have Yet, to still find.....)

Frogfish. The eyes you see on the front of the fish are just camouflage. The real eyes are on the lower sides of the head.

Frogfish. The eyes you see on the front of the fish are just camouflage. The real eyes are on the lower sides of the head.

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