Species #factsheet for #marinewildlifetourism today is the #HumpbackWhale ! They are incredibly popular among #whalewatchers all around the world and hence a focal whale species for cetacean-focused tourism! Two reasons certainly are their sheer size and active surface behaviour - they do love a good show! There are several populations in the northern and southern hemisphere that practically never cross the equator 🌏 The feasting takes place in icy cold waters, the mating and birthing in the warm, where the baby is able to grow strong until it joins its mom on the journey back to the feeding grounds. You can find the fact sheet in the Bio as well 🐳🐳🐳 #humpbackwhales#informationdesign#sciencecommunication #environmentaleducation
Tiny life . . . There is so much life, so much movement if you look down and watch closely. Tiny life is always there and it is my favorite type of animal life. So modest, so magnificient, so prevalent and always ongoing. Always on the move.
I urge you to look down and respect the tiny creatures that live there. Their existance is as worth as ours. . .
Mount Vesuvius seen from Sorrento across the Gulf of Naples.
It is the only volcano on the European mainland to have erupted within the last hundred years. Today, it is regarded as one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world because of the population of 3,000,000 people living nearby, making it the most densely populated volcanic region in the world