Ocean's Cry


malformalady:

Starfish feeding



deepblueseawhales:

Orca Breach (by chasedekker)



nothing-without-science:

Cephea is a genus of true jellyfish in the family Cepheidae. They are found in the Indo-Pacific and East Atlantic. They are sometimes called crown jellyfish, but this can cause confusion with the closely related genus Netrostoma or the distantly related species in the order Coronatae.





sparklysloth:

a lovely ✿ jellyfish in a bottle tutorial by bhoomplay ✿ that is a truly stellar alternative/addition to the  glitter jar ✿ that i’ve seen floating around tumblr. i’m sure you can combine both recipes to make your jellyfish float around a sleepy celestial dream as well ~ these are great for anti-anxiety; simply shake em around if you’re feeling anxious/manic/etc and just observe the sparklyness until the glitter begins to settle, sort of like a timer or something to simply distract you :)


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iamsolostatsea:

So who wants to buy me him?? 😍 he’s SO PRETTY IF IT EVEN IS A HE IDK BUT I DON’T WANT TO LEAVE THE STORE WITHOUT HIM.


Hello, Universe.: Bill Nye the Science Guy

haveyouseenmydearbrother:

kallielefdrawward:

ncanderson:

cellorocket:

molecularlifesciences:


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-Season 1

1. Flight

2. The Earth’s Crust
3. Dinosaurs
4. Skin

5. Buoyancy

6. Gravity

7. Digestion

8. Phases of Matter

9. Biodiversity

10. Simple Machines

11. The Moon

12. Sound

13. Garbage

14. Structures

15. Earth’s Seasons

16. Light and Colour

17. Cells

18. Electricity

19. Outer Space

20. Eyeballs

-Season 2

1. Magnetism
2. Wind
3. Blood and Circulation
4. Chemical Reactions
5. Static Electricity
6. Food Web
7. Light Optics
8. Bones and Muscles
9. Ocean Currents
10. Heat
11. Insects
12. Balance
13. The Sun
14. The Brain
15. Forests
16. Communication
17. Momentum
18. Reptiles
19. Atmosphere
20. Respiration

-Season 3

1. Planets and Moon
2. Pressure
3. Plants
4. Rocks and Soil
5. Energy
6. Evolution
7. Water Cycle
8. Friction
9. Germs
10. Climates
11. Waves
12. Ocean Life
13. Mammals
14. Spinning Things
15. Fish
16. Human Transportation
17. Wetlands
18. Birds
19. Populations
20. Animal Locomotion

-Season 4

1. Rivers and Streams
2. Nutrition
3. Marine Mammals
4. Earthquakes
5. NTV Top 11 Video Countdown
6. Spiders
7. Pollution Solutions
8. Probability
9. Pseudoscience
10. Flowers
11. Archaeology
12. Deserts
13. Amphibians
14. Volcanoes
15. Invertebrates
16. Heart
17. Inventions
18. Computers
19. Fossils
20. Time

-Season 5

1. Forensics
2. Space Exploration
3. Genes
4. Architecture
5. Farming
6. Life Cycles
7. Do-It-Yourself Science
8. Atoms and Molecules
9. Ocean Exploration
10. Lakes and Ponds
11. Smell
12. Caves
13. Fluids
14. Erosion
15. Comets and Meteors
16. Storms
17. Measurement
18. Patterns
19. Science of Music
20. Motion

Go watch some science!!!!

I have been waiting for this moment my whole life!

HOLY MOTHER OF GOD

this

my childhood, I learned something then. 

SCIENCE IS COOL

(Source: gangplankgalleon)

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kingdomy:

Flight of the Rays

In the sea of Cortez, Baja California, Mexico, a massive congregation of Munkiana Devil Rays, relative of manta rays, was captured by a German photographer Florian Schulz, displaying unusual event which he dubbed as the Flight of the Rays.

But as this wonderful perspective shows, for all the individuals leaping out that are visible at sea level, there are many more below the surface. The jaw-dropping image below shows only a quarter of the whole scene.

No one knows why the rays gather like this, whether to mate, herd prey or migrate or just for the sheer joy of being together



(Source: introsesh)




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