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photos of tigers in the wild | Go tiger! This Big Cat seems as comfortable in the water as onland

photos of tigers in the wild | Go tiger! This Big Cat seems as comfortable in the water as onland

If you are anything like us at Girls that Scuba swimming with dolphins is the ultimate dream. These beautiful animals like to join us alongside the boat, but having an encounter with them underwater is somewhat rare

If you are anything like us at Girls that Scuba swimming with dolphins is the ultimate dream. These beautiful animals like to join us alongside the boat, but having an encounter with them underwater is somewhat rare

Talk about extreme sport! Free diving with a great white shark: Camille de Vitry. Don't try this at home.

Talk about extreme sport! Free diving with a great white shark: Camille de Vitry. Don't try this at home.

How to tell a fake photo; does the light/shadow match on all subjects? If no, fake and gay

How to tell a fake photo; does the light/shadow match on all subjects? If no, fake and gay

The Beluga Whale is an Arctic and sub-Arctic species of cetacean. and is a highly sociable creature. They can tilt their heads up and down and side to side and unlike most whale, can swim backwards. This one, enjoys nothing more than blowing bubbles. First, it puffs out a huge gust of air from its blow-hole to make a doughnut-shaped ring, then it rolls underneath the bubble, kisses it with the tip of its nose and glides over it. It's an elegant underwater dance. via dailymail #Beluga_Whale

The Beluga Whale is an Arctic and sub-Arctic species of cetacean. and is a highly sociable creature. They can tilt their heads up and down and side to side and unlike most whale, can swim backwards. This one, enjoys nothing more than blowing bubbles. First, it puffs out a huge gust of air from its blow-hole to make a doughnut-shaped ring, then it rolls underneath the bubble, kisses it with the tip of its nose and glides over it. It's an elegant underwater dance. via dailymail #Beluga_Whale

Featherstar on gorgonian coral. The featherstar is a marine invertebrate. It is an ancient and primitive echinoderm, a member of the group of invertebrates that includes the starfish. It uses its feathery and fragile arms to catch and convey microscopic plankton and detritus to its mouth at the base of its arms. Unlike the closely-related sea lily, a featherstar is a free-swimming animal. Photographed at Misool, Raja Ampat, West Papua, Indonesia.

Featherstar on gorgonian coral. The featherstar is a marine invertebrate. It is an ancient and primitive echinoderm, a member of the group of invertebrates that includes the starfish. It uses its feathery and fragile arms to catch and convey microscopic plankton and detritus to its mouth at the base of its arms. Unlike the closely-related sea lily, a featherstar is a free-swimming animal. Photographed at Misool, Raja Ampat, West Papua, Indonesia.

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