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Turtle Ridding a Jellyfish!    Just thought this was cool. How does that little turtle not get stung?

Picture of the Day: Turtle Riding A Jellyfish in this remarkable shot we see a toy turtle catching a ride on a jellyfish. Initially some thought it was a real turtle, but turtles are actually known to prey on jellyfish.

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Funny pictures about The Giant Orange Koi Carp. Oh, and cool pics about The Giant Orange Koi Carp. Also, The Giant Orange Koi Carp photos.

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Sailfish Hunting a Sardine Bait Ball Photo of the Day: April An Editors Pick from our 2012 Photo Contest. Photo and caption by Peter Allinson (Kingsville, MD); Photographed February 35 miles off the coast of Cancun

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Y'all, The Seahorse Is A Real Thing And We Are All Blessed With Its Existence

Wow! Nature is amazing!

Cymbacephalus Beauforti - the "crocodile fish", a mottled brownish gray species of flatfish with fluorescent green markings cris-crossing its body. They often camouflage themselves on sheltered or semi-exposed reefs.


RAINBOW PARROT FISH - painting by Amanda Reichelt-Brushett Location: These fish are found in abundance in shallow reefs around the world, including the Red Sea, Indian Ocean and the Pacific.


Nudibranch by Dermal Denticles via ferrebeekeeper: Gastropod mollusks - Range: shallow intertidal surf to Most are benthic seafloor dwellers, but some float upside down at ocean's surface or swim in water column.

The Giant Coconut Crab (Birgus latro) is the largest terrestrial arthropod in the world. It is known for its ability to crack coconuts with its strong pincers in order to eat the contents. This crab is more than 3 feet from head to tail and weighs up to 40 pounds, with a pair of large pincers strong enough to open coconuts.

The coconut crab, Birgus latro, is a species of terrestrial hermit crab, also known as the robber crab or palm thief. by Ariadne Van Zandbergen