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Picture of a lion’s mane jellyfish in Bonne Bay, St. Lawrence Gulf Photograph by David Doubilet, National Geographic A lion’s mane jellyfish drifts in Bonne Bay in the Gulf of St. The species can grow to eight feet across.

Picture of a diver passing coral reef and a school of fish

Sweeper fish pass near a diver into the opening of a cave by David Doubilet

Underwater Beauty - David Doubilet

For 43 years, underwater photographer David Doubilet has been trying to “convince the unconvinced” why it's crucial to protect our oceans.

Sea vent

Volcanic seafloor vents that roar with the scalding heat of Earth's interior don't stay hot forever. Eventually, over hundreds or thousands of years, they flicker out and turn cold.

BioBlogNews: Virus e fitoplancton contrastano il riscaldamento ...

Phytoplankton are the foundation of the oceanic food chain. Phytoplankton are photosynthesizing microscopic organisms that inhabit the upper sunlit layer of almost all oceans and bodies of fresh.

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Random Inspiration 139

Flying Over The Fog by Philippe Sainte-Laudy. The flock of birds makes this photograph but the misty layered mountains first caught my eye.

A bluebottle (Portuguese man o' war) in the Pacific Ocean

A bluebottle (Portuguese man o' war) in the Pacific Ocean

Photo and caption by Matthew Smith / National Geographic Photo Contest. Despite their potentially dangerous sting, the bluebottle cnidaria is an amazingly beautiful creature.

Giant Kelp (Macrocystis Pyrifera) Forest with Garibaldi, Channel Islands National Park, California

Giant Kelp (Macrocystis Pyrifera) Forest with Garibaldi, Channel Islands National Park, California

Giant Kelp (Macrocystis Pyrifera) Forest with Garibaldi, Channel Islands National Park, California Photographic Print by Flip Nicklin/Minden.

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