Repost from @spinfinite_designs! Sooooo muchhhhh plasticcccc! Sounds like you all hit the jackpot. Toys, personal care products, kitchen supplies, oh my! And always straws, though we’re gonna highlight them a little extra for #nostrawnovember thank you thank you thank you!
found this hottie ondabeach doing his part to #savethemermaids straws, balloons, k-cups, plastic crabs, etc... all stuff that we can refuse and find sustainable alternatives for good job @grandpafarty
Longnose Hawkfish!!! Finally I found this shy little guy on the big fan coral at Elphinstone, Egypt. I've been looking for him the last 5 trips! Thanks to my buddy @daviddibsbishop for going round the back to stop him slipping round out of sight of my camera!
Microbiology doesn't suck - except in this very particular case . Here's Mike Doane (@mpdoane2), from the @dinsdalelab at San Diego State University, suctioning off some microbiota from the shark's skin. We hope that examination of the skin microbial community can help us determine the shark's exposure to, and accumulation of, environmental toxins like pesticides and heavy metals. Pretty awesome huh .
Most of you guys never knew that I had a Facebook page, and Facebook is the rotten trash of the social media world, so I've created a Twitter account instead! No posts yet but I plan on sharing some ocean-friendly tips and roasting Donald Trump every now and again. You won't want to miss it
This is infuriating, shark finning needs to have real consequences! After being caught in the Seychelles with over 729 kg (1600 lbs) of shark fins and no shark carcasses on board, a fishing vessel is fined $41,000 and sent back out on the water. That’s 14500 kg or 14.5 tons of shark bodies that were tossed back to drowned!
Harlequin shrimo (Hymenocera picta).
One of the most beautiful shrimps in the world. With a size of a few centimeters these shrimps live on the sea stars from which the eat Easyfitdive user's gallery www.easyfitdive.com