marines_myfile

@marines_myfile

marines myfile
2 hours ago
marines_myfile 😘💞 the only 4 things you need 😜🇺🇸 💔 📷 credit: @tacticalprosupply💛🌸 💕 comment below if you like this 💕 love to tag? please do!⤵ 🍀❤ #marinesdaily #marine #awesome #marinescience #marinero #marinebiologist #army #usmc #freedom #military #marinemud #marinebiology #seals #marineaquarist #mariner
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paolo_angileri

@paolo_angileri

Paolo Angileri
3 hours ago
paolo_angileri Com è bello il mondo da qua suuuu.. i colori della vita... #maldives#alimatha#dhoni#boat#oceanoindiano#marinebiologist#dive#snorkeling#sea#colori#vibes
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natural.jpg.photo

@natural.jpg.photo

natural jpg photo
4 days ago
natural.jpg.photo #photography, #photo, #natural, #jpg, #自然, #tree, #lichen, #moss, #photography, #photo, #natural, #jpg, #自然, #mushroom, #fungus, #fungal, #biology, #marinebiologist #flowers #rose#food #fruits #fruit
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simonjpierce

@simonjpierce

Simon J Pierce | Shark Biology
4 hours ago
simonjpierce Finally got around to editing some photos from madagascar last october. here's whale shark scientist stella diamant (@_stelladiamant) from @madagascarwhalesharks with one of her bffs. note stella's badass whale shark leggings by @waterlust ☺️. each of these leggings are made from 10 recycled plastic bottles, and 10% of profits go to our whale shark research and conservation work at @marinemegafauna. they help solve the ocean's plastic problem, protect whale sharks, and look awesome. www.waterlust.com #winning
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just_a_kid_who_loves_sharks

@just_a_kid_who_loves_sharks

Natasha Pindral
4 hours ago
just_a_kid_who_loves_sharks What a privilege i had to work with this wonderful woman and mentor for the past 6 weeks. as the founder of the south african shark conservancy, there is a list of things one can learn from her, and although she tagged a number of big (>2m) sharks, she appreciates the smaller shark species too. the small things do matter. a small shark is still a d**n shark. i loved every moment of the volunteer program and i now have a home away from home. #sharks #sharksneedlovetoo🦈 #sharksmakemehappy #saveoursharks #saveourseas #itsthesmallthings #smallshark #sharkpup #darkshyshark #everysharkcounts #mentor #inspiration #eendagasekgrootis #volunteer #marinebiologist #livingthedream #sasc #southafricansharkconservancy
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tbonez92

@tbonez92

Taylor Welch
4 hours ago
tbonez92 An oceanographer and a marine biologist (who happen to be best friends) looking at the february sample!! 👭😍 2/17/2018 #independentstudy #marinebiologynerd #marinebiologist #oceanography #plankton #phytoplankton #zooplankton #collection #pier59 #studentlife #stemsquad #womeninstem
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kelsescape14

@kelsescape14

Kelsey Prosser Tieszen
5 hours ago
kelsescape14 There are a lot of things wrong with this photo, but for some reason i still like it :) when i ordered my fisheye lens, i was told i needed an additional port to go with my dome on my housing, which actually turned out to be incorrect. this therefore caused the black "circle" in the photo. water is also faintly visible inside my housing at the bottom of the photo -- this was the start of the end to my 5d3... although i didn't notice that water until i brought my camera to the surface when tom was showing me a sea star. this particular day, the swell was high and you can actually see sand particles swirling in the sunlight. i lens-corrected this photo to remove the distortion, but i find that i'm drawn to the "incorrect" version of this photo even more. it's like looking into an unknown world, a wonderful blue world of mystery and intrigue. there's nothing quite like being beneath the waves.
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ecoceanic

@ecoceanic

ᴇ ᴄ ᴏ ᴄ ᴇ ᴀ ɴ ɪ ᴄ s ᴡ ɪ ᴍ
5 hours ago
ecoceanic Love seeing creative posts including @ecoceanic items into everyday life. 💚 this beautiful green flat lay by @trash.tofu 🌿featuring our honu swirl (mint green) earth bottle ✅
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seandarlow

@seandarlow

Sean Darlow
7 hours ago
seandarlow ‘sail west’ for some fly fishing? sure, why not... @rweley
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oneoceandiving

@oneoceandiving

One Ocean Diving
7 hours ago
oneoceandiving Epic shot by issy taken on a recent tour of sandbar and galapagos sharks, the two primary species we see at our aggregation site! can you spot the differences between the two species? sandbar sharks are noticeably smaller in size, have white tips on the trailing edge of their pectoral fins, a proportionally larger dorsal fin, as well as more pointed angular features. come out with us to learn more about sharks and to see them for yourself! _______________ #repost @kohsclicks ・・・ galapagos and sandbar sharks 🦈 such an amazing experience with this crew who gave me a new insight into the true beauty and majestic nature of these creatures. go pro spotted: hawaii - north shore oahu @oneoceandiving _____________ want to learn more about sharks or adoption visit our website: oneoceandiving.com & join us in the water in #hawaii on #oahu’s #northshore to #swimwithsharks and #divewithsharksinhawaii with a @oneoceandiving trained #marinebiologist / #sharksafetydiver check out our #shark and #marineresearch @oneoceanresearch and our outreach program @oneoceaneducation #learnaboutsharks and our non-profit @waterinspired conservation group and founders: @juansharks and @oceanramsey want to join the team? become a @oneoceanglobal ambassador looking to support in other ways? check out our not-for-profit marine conservation awareness apparel and gifts @oneoceandesigns or at oneoceandesigns.com mahalo and thank you for supporting #internationalsharkproject #hawaiisharkcount #sharkresearch #ocean #oneocean #savetheocean #savesharks #helpsavesharks #oceanconservation #sharkconservation
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fernandarmz25

@fernandarmz25

Fernanda Ramirez 🌴.
8 hours ago
fernandarmz25 Se han perdido cerca del 35% de los manglares en los últimos 30 años. los manglares desempeñan una función primordial en la protección de las costas contra la erosión y del oleaje. son importantes para la pesca pues en ellos habitan larvas de cientos de especies de peces,moluscos y crustáceos y son hábitat temporal de muchas especies de aves migratorias . . . . . . nearly 35% of mangroves have been lost in the last 30 years. mangroves play a major role in the protection of coasts against erosion and waves. they are important for fishing because they inhabit larvae of hundreds of species of fish, molluscs and crustaceans. they are temporary habitat for many species of migratory birds. #naturephotography #marinebiologist #mangroves #humedales @pewenvironment #conservation #climatechange #oceanlife #lapazmexico #manglares
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