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Hiroya Minakuchi - Beluga bubbles

Beluga Blowing Bubbles by photographer Hiroya Minakuchi

Beluga Blowing Bubbles by photographer Hiroya Minakuchi .
A Beluga whale has become a sensation at an aquarium after learning how to blow halo-…shaped bubbles. The extraordinary sight was captured on camera by photographer Hiroya Minakuchi at the Shimane aquarium in Japan. He said:”This beluga started making bubble rings when she was seven. And a couple of years ago she developed her technique. Now she blows the water from her mouth to make a current, which is not visible for us underwater. She then blows air from her blow hole into the current and that makes a ring shape.”

Une baleine retrouvée morte avec 20 kilos de plastique dans l’estomac

Cachalot échoué début novembre 2013 © Clarin

Cachalot échoué début novembre 2013 © Clarin

Le plastique c’est fantastique ! Certainement mais à quel prix ? Aujourd’hui la pollution marine est telle que nos océans sont envahis d’une véritable soupe de microplastiques qui se concentrent au gré des courants marins. Bien qu’invisible en surface, cette pollution marine se matérialise également par la mort de centaines de milliers d’oiseaux, de tortues et de cétacés comme en témoigne ce nouvel échouage d’une impressionnante baleine, dont l’estomac était rempli de plastique !
C’est le quotidien argentin Clarin qui rapporte la triste nouvelle : le 11 novembre 2013, une baleine de 14 m de long pour près de 50 tonnes a été découverte, échouée sur une plage de la côte néerlandaise de Helling (Pays-Bas). …/

Afin de mieux comprendre l’origine de sa mort, le cétacé a subi une autopsie qui a mis à jour 59 morceaux de plastique pour un poids total de 20 kg de matières plastiques ! Et ce ne sont pas des sacs plastiques qui constituent la majeure partie de cette effroyable découverte mais des morceaux constitutifs des serres agricoles utilisées aux Pays-Bas pour cultiver notamment des tomates. …./

For Whale Conservation, a beautiful animated spot

For Whale Conservation, a beautiful animated spot by Gentleman Scholar.
The GS family came together to create a piece for the WDC that showcases the beauty and imagination that exists around us.

video spot whale / dolphin conservation

video spot whale / dolphin conservation

Salt-encrusted skulls

Salt-encrusted skulls  – Taken on the shores of Lac Assal, Djibouti.
(Source : ©S-andreja on Flickr)

Salt encrusted skulls - S andreja, Djibouti

Salt encrusted skulls – S andreja, Djibouti

  • Sculpture by Byeong Doo Moon – – I have been dreaming to be a tree…II
  • Sculpture by Byeong Doo Moon
  • Sculpture by Byeong Doo Moon – I have been dreaming to be a tree…II

By the sea – Sculpture by Byeong Doo Moon

Sculpture by Byeong Doo Moon  South Korean artist.
I have been dreaming to be a tree…II

 

  • Alexander Semenov – photo Phacellophora camtschatica,The Sea of Okhotsk
  • Alexander Semenov – photo magic sea
  • Semenov – Gonionemus-vertens
  • semenov – escargot sea
  • semenov – octopus3
  • semenov – octopus5
  • semenov – octopus6
  • Alexander Semenov – photo magic sea – Egghead Cyanea
  • semenov – octopus
  • semenov – Bougainvillia superciliaris
  • semenov – stranger sea
  • Semenov Aeginopsis-laurenti
  • semenov – octopus2
  • Alexander Semenov – Sea photography
  • Alexander Semenov – portrait

Magic sea de Alexander Semenov photography

Magic sea de Alexander Semenov photography [Russie]

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Under water photographer : “I’m marine biologist specialising in invertebrate animals and underwater photographer with 8 years of experience. Currently, I am working as the head of the divers’ team at Moscow State University’s White sea biological station, organising and managing all sorts of underwater work. Me and my team are used to diving in unfavourable and often harsh conditions, successfully conducting complex research projects. 

My own goal is to study underwater life through the lenses and to boost the interest to marine biology among the people, sharing all my finding in social media and in real life through public lectures, exhibitions and media events. I have a great chance to see beauty in the darkness underwater, and this led me to multiple collaborations with the National Geographic, Discovery Channel, the BBC, Nature, Smithsonian and many more as well as with scientific community.

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Si il y a un book à visiter c’est celui D’Alexander Semenov  qui a une collection magnifiques d’Octopus et autres “strangers sea”.
Magic, magic… et un tres beau site, bien conçu.


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