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Outgoing Octopus? You Have to See It to Believe It! | The Rainforest Site Blog

Outgoing Octopus? You Have to See It to Believe It! | The Rainforest Site Blog

Imagine Seeing One of These in the Ocean — This Thing is Crazy! | The Rainforest Site Blog

A team of divers off the coast of Tasmania recently ran into a strange creature below the depths while they were trying to film seals. This odd entity glowed and appeared to be alive. It drifted with the current and had a strange, jelly-like substance.

Hail Yes! You Can Hear the Soft Rustle of Millions of Monarchs in Flight! | The Rainforest Site Blog

Hail Yes! You Can Hear the Soft Rustle of Millions of Monarchs in Flight!

Even in the Bitter Cold of the Antarctic, Leopard Seals Want to Make Friends — You’ll Love These Incredible Images!

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Gabon Expedition: Oil Rigs Are a Haven for Marine Life "Underwater there is amazing life, like this jellyfish with dozens of silver little fish among its long tentacles" (Photo by Enric Sala)

Cocos Island - Costa Rica ~

Underwater adventure in Hawaii Islands. Watching the Hawaii Turtle swim by is awesome.

The amazing (but also harmful) red tides of South Padre Island.

Red Tides - More correctly known as an algal bloom, the so-called Red tide is a natural event in which estuarine, marine, or fresh water algae accumulate rapidly in the water column and can convert entire areas of an ocean or beach into a blood red color.

A Deep Sea Amphipod (Phronima species) after laying eggs in the body of a salp or jellyfish

A Deep Sea Amphipod (Phronima species) after laying eggs in the body of a salp or jellyfish

Bunnehs Of The Sea

After the sea bunny craze, the adorable leaf sheep sea slug, with its beady little eyes and floppy feelers, is the latest internet sensation

Devil Rays -my most memorable diving experience was when I saw one of these guys

The manta rays of the Maldives make excellent subjects for underwater photography. For more scuba diver photo tips and dive travel, visit Sport Diver.

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