Felipe Garcia

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How Big Are The Biggest Squid, Whales, Sharks, Jellyfish?

A few years ago, Carl Zimmer and I ran a workshop on science writing, where we talked, among other things, about explaining science without talking down to your audience. It apparently left an impression on Craig McClain, a marine biologist and blogger who was in the audience. “I made a comment …

Now that's a mouthful! Spectacular moment humpback whales lunge out of ocean to swallow herring during feeding frenzy

• <b>Nature photographer John Cornforth captured the remarkable images at Alaska's Inside Passage</b>• <b><br>Magnificent creatures used bubble feeding technique to</b> …

Amazing sealife !! Bobtail squid :)

Compassionate Living

Beautiful Jellyfish in Ningaloo Reef, Australia - Photo by Ross Gudgeon

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Na Pali Gold

A Ctenophore, also known as a comb jelly lights up as it uses it cilia to swim through the polar waters of the Beaufort Sea in Alaska. Taken on assignment for @natgeo. #nature #beauty #gratitude @natgeocreative @elplanetaphoto The

Beautiful Nature - Deep Sea

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7 Photos of Diving Among Humpbacks in Tonga

Changing Planet<p>Each year, in the Austral winter, humpback whales make one of the longest journeys of any mammal on earth: They travel some 5,000 miles from the cold waters of Antarctica—where they feed during the Austral summer—to the warm waters of Tonga, where they give birth and rest.<p>Humans, …

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The Best Photos From Your Shot: Drama, Drama Underwater

Every day here at National Geographic, our photo editors look through somewhere between 4,000 and 8,000 images that are uploaded to our photo community, Your Shot. Of those images, 12 are selected to shine in what we call the Daily Dozen. And from those photos, only one is chosen. And by chosen, I …

The Octopus Hugged The Teddy Bear!*