Watashi wa Kira ~DEATH!
Aliscia (but call me Kira, ok?)
Brazilian, killjoy, yaoist, writer, dreamer and free. I like kawaii, scenary and random stuff. Hope you all enjoy!
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officialnatasharomanoff:

c-squiggle:

the new captain america looks amazing

TONY WITH THE SAXOPHONE

griseus:

Esta imagem mostra um peixe dentro de uma salpa. As salpas são criaturas gelatinosas que, acredita-se, desempenham um papel no ciclo do carbono. Quando elas morrem, seus corpos, contendo carbono, vão para o fundo do oceano. Esta salpa provavelmente ingeriu este peixe lanterna pouco antes de morrer.

  • Foto: AD Rogers, University of Oxford/NERC

griseus:

Observations of cetacean births are rare as well as are reports of the mother and calf behaviors immediately after birth. Scientists have observed the births of just five species in the wild: Orcas, sperm whales, belugas, false orcas and  grey whales.

The humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) is the most studied baleen in the world, however no birth has ever been witnessed.

The birth of a humpback was described on the coast of Barra Grande, Bahia, northeastern of Brazil, was observed on August 2007, and published in 2011, but available online recently just in 2014. and is probably, the first record of a birth in this species.

However the area does not represent the main breeding concentration of humpback whales of this population and is characterized by a narrow continental shelf, instead of the wide continental shelf observed in the Abrolhos Bank.

  1. Photo: Stain of blood in the water soon after birth of the humpback.
  2. Photo: A piece of tissue, probably the placenta, floating a few meters from the mother and the calf.
  3. Photo: The calf and its color pattern.

labtalk:

Coral Chalice (Pectiniidae) fotografado por Daniel Stoupin, na Grande Barreira de Coral australiana.

Stoupin é doutorando em Biologia Marinha pela University of Queensland (Austrállia) e fotografa espécies de corais usando uma técnica que captura todos os espectros da luz (full-spectrum photography), capaz de revelar pigmentos fluorescentes que seriam invisíveis a olho nu. A complexidade de sua técnica, que envolve time-lapse, empilhamento de foco em campo e estereoscopia, faz com que algumas fotos levem até 10 horas para serem produzidas!

Vejam mais fotos maravilhosas no site dele: http://bit.ly/1wbJ1fR… via Facebook http://ift.tt/1nJzTaa

carol-justin:

A um tempo atras eu fui num ônibus de biologia Marinha, dentro tinha tudo isso e muito mais!

griseus:

Ocean sunfish (Mola mola) at Caupolican shipwreck, Valparaiso, Chile

♡ Thiliscia ♡

Bom dia! 🌹

Falta do que fazer resulta em vídeo de um dos olhos (com direito a olheiras de brinde).