Monthly Archives: February 2011

Underwater Sculptures

If you are planning a diving trip, you may want to check out some locations with some of these very beautiful under water sculptures by Jason de Caires Taylor. “Jason de Caires Taylor’s underwater sculptures create a unique, absorbing and expansive visual seascape. Highlighting natural ecological processes Taylor’s interventions explore the intricate relationships that exist between &hellip Continue reading »

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World’s Smallest Aquarium

“Siberian craftsman Anatoly Konenko is responsible for the smallest aquarium in the world. A glass cube measuring 30 x 24 x 14 mm, filled with multicolor stones and sand, contains 10 ml of water for a tiny fish. It also have a little water purification filter to keep the water healthy for fish. Only baby fish &hellip Continue reading »

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Sign Fail

While I understand the concept behind this sign, this is a very failed attempt to deliver the actual message. I think we can blame the internet on this one. Link to this post!

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The Whale Shark

One of the most amazing species I’ve ever read about is the Whale Shark. They are the largest species of sharks and surprisingly they may be the most friendly as well. “The whale shark inhabits all tropical and warm-temperate seas.They are known to migrate every spring to the continental shelf of the central west coast &hellip Continue reading »

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Fishes with Hands?!

Fishes with hands? Yep you heard it right! This picture is not fake, its an actual pink fish with with hands! “Using its fins to walk, rather than swim, along the ocean floor in an undated picture, the pink handfish is one of nine newly named species described in a recent scientific review of the &hellip Continue reading »

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