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Sea and Ocean

Collection by Shirley Motte

Shirley Motte
color inspiration/possible artwork Hyperrealistic Depictions of Fish Merged With Their Coral Environments by Lisa Ericson Art Pastel, 16 Tattoo, Beautiful Fish, Beautiful Pictures, Tier Fotos, Art Graphique, Fish Art, Betta Fish, Fish Fish

Hyperrealistic Depictions of Fish Merged With Their Coral Environments by Lisa Ericson

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PRODAC BETTA FOOD is a compound feed in granules for all Betta splendens. Read more on our WEBSITE www.it - The Siamese fighting fish (Betta splendens), also sometimes colloquially known as the Betta, is popular as an aquarium fish. Beautiful Creatures, Animals Beautiful, Cute Animals, Wild Animals, Colorful Fish, Tropical Fish, Poisson Combatant, Fauna Marina, Carpe Koi

What Is Your SoulFish?

Which beautiful tropical fish encapsulates your aquatic being? Come find out!

Incredible image of Humpback Whale & Calf jumping out of water. Learn to save the whales! Orcas, Beautiful Creatures, Animals Beautiful, Fauna Marina, Save The Whales, Water Life, Water 3, Ocean Creatures, Humpback Whale

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The blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus) is a marine mammal belonging to the suborder of baleen whales (called . Under The Water, Under The Sea, Orcas, Photo Animaliere, Water Animals, Deep Blue Sea, Ocean Creatures, Blue Whale, Whales

There are only about 6,000 humpback whales left in the oceans. In the early 1900s whaling was very popular & over 60,000 whales were killed. Commercial whaling has been banned since the late 1950s, & currently whaling has been minimized significantly. Today the threats include accidental deaths by entanglement in fishing gear or collisions with ships.