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Seahorses are not very strong swimmers. Their stiff, bony armor and awkward body shape make it hard to navigate rough ocean currents. They use their tails as anchors, holding onto corals, seagrasses, sponges, mangroves, and other stable objects to avoid being swept away.
Seahorses mostly live in shallow near-shore waters that are heavily impacted by ocean plastic pollution. Ocean plastic can deceive seahorses into thinking they’ve found a safe place to anchor when they’re actually still adrift and in danger.
This seahorse grasped onto this piece of plastic, likely mistaking it for a secure place. Luckily, one of our supports swam by and was able to help them without harming it. 📸: @k8osm8os (IG)
It’s the little things in life🌊😍
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3 61 hours ago
And it opens TONIGHT, 6pm @homeground.coffee. When I see all the works, I think the ocean is right before me. If you’ve followed all the stories and tear filled journey so far - I think this is worth it, it taste of salt and light💙
Work in progress beautifully captured by @helloepiphany.
This big painting has countless hours of love & dedication. Including each star done by hand to the beat of awesome music!
Visit www.dreamfeelpaint.com if this painting calls to you 💖
5 182 hours ago
End of the day. And even the ocean waters seem to rise in applause. #lemonspluslife
When you turn up dressed the same as your friend.💧🦈
Did you know? Tiger Sharks can live up to 50 years with females tending to grow larger than males. It is believed that females are bigger, because they need to be able to carry their large litter of pups during gestation. The tiger shark is the only species in its family that is ovoviviparous; its eggs hatch internally and the young are born live when fully developed. .
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📸Photo by @oceanramsey Freediver @juansharks