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Hawksbill Turtle, Red Sea Photograph by David Doubilet, National Geographic Remora fish and a hawksbill turtle swim in the Red Sea.

Pure clear-acrylic pool in a summer house, Sunshine Beach, Australia by Aquatonic Architecture _

Pure clear-acrylic pool in a summer house, Sunshine Beach, Australia by Aquatonic Architecture _

Writing Prompt: "The fish circled our legs, as if welcoming us in to their home." Bora Bora

Writing Prompt: "The fish circled our legs, as if welcoming us in to their home." Bora Bora

The 100 Hour Quiet Book: A detailed look at the 22-page quiet book I made my son for Christmas, complete with references of where to find each page's pattern!

The 100 Hour Quiet Book

The 100 Hour Quiet Book: A detailed look at the 22-page quiet book I made my son for Christmas, complete with references of where to find each page's pattern!

Enypniastes - Species in this genus have developed webbed swimming structures at the front and back of their bodies which enable them to swim up off the surface of the sea floor and to journey as much as 1000m up into the water column. When Oceaneering ROV pilots saw and photographed the creature at 2500m depth they named it “The Headless Chicken Fish.”

Enypniastes - Species in this genus have developed webbed swimming structures at the front and back of their bodies which enable them to swim up off the surface of the sea floor and to journey as much as 1000m up into the water column. When Oceaneering ROV pilots saw and photographed the creature at 2500m depth they named it “The Headless Chicken Fish.”

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