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The female Argonaut Octopus travels the oceans in her 'Paper Nautilus' .

The female Argonaut Octopus travels the oceans in her 'Paper Nautilus' .

Legends of the Dragon The myriad legends of the Chinese Dragon permeate ancient Chinese civilization and shaped their culture even today. Its benevolence signifies greatness, goodness and blessings. Instead of being feared and hated the Chinese dragons are highly respected creatures of good fortune that bring ultimate abundance, prosperity and good fortune. Chinese mythology says dragons control the rain, rivers, lakes, and seas. Many Chinese cities have pagodas where people used to burn…

Dragon ear cuff GLOW in the DARK

Legends of the Dragon The myriad legends of the Chinese Dragon permeate ancient Chinese civilization and shaped their culture even today. Its benevolence signifies greatness, goodness and blessings. Instead of being feared and hated the Chinese dragons are highly respected creatures of good fortune that bring ultimate abundance, prosperity and good fortune. Chinese mythology says dragons control the rain, rivers, lakes, and seas. Many Chinese cities have pagodas where people used to burn…

Sailfish are red hot in the Keys especially in the winter to early spring months

Sailfish are red hot in the Keys especially in the winter to early spring months

Mystery sea creature was said to look like a dinosaur but with a bird's beak and fur on its tail. But one expert appears to have revealed its true identity.

Mystery sea creature washes ashore in eastern Russia

Mystery sea creature was said to look like a dinosaur but with a bird's beak and fur on its tail. But one expert appears to have revealed its true identity.

"From the streams that begin in the mountains, through the lakes and rivers that lead to the oceans, and far down into the depths of the sea, the Lord God filled up the waters with creatures great and small." ~Exploring Creation with Zoology 2 http://shop.apologia.com/64-zoology-2

"From the streams that begin in the mountains, through the lakes and rivers that lead to the oceans, and far down into the depths of the sea, the Lord God filled up the waters with creatures great and small." ~Exploring Creation with Zoology 2 http://shop.apologia.com/64-zoology-2

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