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Here's a small clip from my timelapse sequence the other night of the aurora. Blows my mind. #thelongesthello #auroraborealis #explorecanada #explorealberta #banff

Two Ga. teens found dead behind grocery store in double murder

<b>ROSWELL, Ga. --</b> Police say two teenagers suffered severe head trauma in what investigators are calling a double homicide after their bodies were …


Heiress and Ex-Marine Staged Scene After Alleged Murder, Prosecutors Say

“I want you to kill him … We need to get rid of the body.” That’s what <b>Sparkle Soojian,</b> heiress to the Armenian cracker company Ak-Mak, allegedly …

Close-up shark photos aim to break ‘Jaws’ stereotype

In honor of Shark Week, we’re featuring a favorite photographer of ours:<p>George Probst is used to being called crazy. The web designer from …

What It's Like To Go Scuba Diving On The Raja Ampat Aggressor Liveaboard

Raja Ampat, or the Four Kings, is an archipelago composed of more than 1,500 small islands, cays, and shoals surrounding the four main islands of …

Fish Have Feelings, Too: The Inner Lives Of Our 'Underwater Cousins'

When you think about fish, it's probably at dinnertime. Author Jonathan Balcombe, on the other hand, spends a lot of time pondering the emotional lives of fish. Balcombe, who serves as the director of animal sentience for the Humane Society Institute for Science and Policy, tells <i>Fresh Air</i>'s Terry …


Finding Out about Dory: 5½ Facts on the Blue Tang

06/20/2016 · by carylsue · in Creature Feature, Current Event Connection, Main. ·<p><b>SCIENCE</b><p>While you’re sitting around waiting for the movie start, here are 5½ facts you can drop about Dory’s species, the blue tang. (Mental Floss)<p>How do scientists study blue tangs? With coral reef surveys like this …

Nudibranch (Flabellina iodinea) By: Helen Brierley

"Aurelia Galaxy" (Aurelia aurita common jellyfish in Red sea) By: Виталий Сокол

Nudibranch By: Lionel Issara Beyond The Reef by Lionel Issara

Nudibranch (Tulamben; Bali) By: Evelyn Ong

Nudibranch By: Lionel Issara Beyond The Reef by Lionel Issara

Selfie By: Sergio Riccardo

Nudibranch By: Wai YeeHoo

Blenny (Chirolophis japonicus) By: Andrey Nekrasov www.anekrasov.com

Porcelain crab & little juvenile aneomone fish (Anilao, Batanggas) By: Andrew Marriott Andrew Marriott Photography and Art

Photo by @BrianSkerry A pod of Narwhals, rest on the surface in the waters of the high arctic off Canada’s Navy Board Inlet. Narwhals are called the ‘unicorn whale’ due to their tusk, which is actually a canine tooth that protrudes from the animal’s lip. Male narwhal tusks can grow to lengths of nearly nine feet. Coverage from an upcoming story in @natgeo about climate change in the arctic and the effect on wildlife and culture. For more ocean animal pics follow @BrianSkerry @thephotosociety @natgeocreative #arctic #explore #underwater #nature #narwhal #pristineseas #OceanWildTour #whales #climatechange #marinemammals

Lovely couple By: Matteo Visconti www.matteovisconti.com

Nudibranch By: Ivan Manzanares

Mola mola By: Nu Parnupong Nu Parnupong Photography

Diving with giant manta ray By: Marty Wolff www.martywolff.com

Cleaning station By: André Bruchez www.dedephotos.com

Underwater anemone By: Fabio Carnovale www.fotoevita.net

Nudibranch By: Bernard Maglana

Hammerhead shark By: Laura E. Rock

Frogfish By: Igor Bogachenko

Pipefish By: Robert Koslawsky

Spotted Eagle Ray at Cancun By: Christian Vizl Mac Gregor Christian Vizl UWPhotography

"Exotic king" Marble Shrimp (Philippines, Anilao) By: Iyad Suleyman Iyad Suleyman Photography