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Check out the flamingo tongue, a small marine snail that lives on coral reefs in the western Atlantic Ocean:
The striped pyjama squid is one of the few poisonous cephalopods that roam the seafloor of the Indo-Pacific Oceans.
#DidYouKnow pelicans can hold some 3 gallons of water in their elastic-like throat pouches?
#DidYouKnow that #manatees are related to elephants? Check out our Instagram story to learn more. (Instagram = @Oceana)
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With almost 500 shark species wandering the world's oceans, it's nearly impossible to understand all there is to know about each one of them. Here are five sharks we're pretty sure you've never heard of:
Tuesday afternoons.
Happy #TurtleTuesday! Sea turtles are great friends to have in the ocean because they feed and protect their friends.
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What is an octopus? Here are some of our favorite videos to help you answer that question.
In honor of #TurtleTuesday, discover different species of sea turtles on our website:
Rise and SHINE!
The Leafy Seadragon is a charismatic species that are very poor swimmers & rely on camouflage to avoid predation.
No spot in the ocean has escaped the rain of plastic pollution. Not even the bottom of the Mariana Trench. via @LiveScience
Great White Sharks Are Being Hunted - And Not By Humans via @IFLScience
Reaching heights of over three feet (one meter), the largest penguin in the world is the Emperor Penguin:
POP QUIZ! Stay up-to-date on your pinniped knowledge- what kind of seal is this?
West Indian manatees prefer warm water and undergo long, annual migrations between warm, winter areas and productive, summer areas. #ManateeMonday
Narwhals are some of the most famous ocean creatures, but the giant tooth sticking out of the front of their head definitely puts them in the “weird looking” category. Learn more:
Researchers want to enlist surfers, scuba divers and anglers to monitor hard-to-reach areas vulnerable to climate change. via @sciam
Waking up on #Monday morning like...
A plea for kelp: These farmers and chefs want to make seaweed the next superfood.
Nudibranchs, the Butterflies of the Sea, May Also Be Ruthless 'Kleptopredators' via @mental_floss
What do you mean tomorrow is Monday?
As the sun sets on another weekend, we hope you've had a WHALE-Y great one!
When your best friend whispers something hilarious and you can't help but laugh.
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