Verken deze ideeën en meer!

A few days ago this jellyfish was filmed near the Mariana Trench 12,139 feet below sea level. NOAA researchers identified it as a kind of jellyfish called a hydromedusa

A few days ago this jellyfish was filmed near the Mariana Trench 12,139 feet below sea level. NOAA researchers identified it as a kind of jellyfish called a hydromedusa

animals found in the mariana trench - Google Search

animals found in the mariana trench - Google Search

Le Caulophrynidaeo  Il s'agit sûrement de l'une des bestioles les plus laides connues sur cette Terre. Son nom vient du grec et signifie  "Tronc Crapaud", ce qui lui va plutôt bien !

13 Créatures Extraordinaires du Fin Fond Des Abysses

Le Caulophrynidaeo Il s'agit sûrement de l'une des bestioles les plus laides connues sur cette Terre. Son nom vient du grec et signifie "Tronc Crapaud", ce qui lui va plutôt bien !

Science facts Mariana Trench

Science facts Mariana Trench

Creatures from The Mariana Trench. The Abyss. Amazing creatures! Some fascinating some from your nightmares. The ocean is truly amazing!

Creatures from The Mariana Trench

Creatures from The Mariana Trench. The Abyss. Amazing creatures! Some fascinating some from your nightmares. The ocean is truly amazing!

Marine biology: Scents and sensibility | The Economist: loggerhead sea turtles eat jellyfish in upwelling zones, where "the wind’s action draws cold, nutrient-rich water to the surface. That encourages the growth of planktonic algae...planktonic algae, when crunched up during the process of being eaten, release a substance called dimethylsulphoniopropionate. This quickly degrades into another chemical, dimethyl sulphide" which smells like cabbages.

Scents and sensibility

Marine biology: Scents and sensibility | The Economist: loggerhead sea turtles eat jellyfish in upwelling zones, where "the wind’s action draws cold, nutrient-rich water to the surface. That encourages the growth of planktonic algae...planktonic algae, when crunched up during the process of being eaten, release a substance called dimethylsulphoniopropionate. This quickly degrades into another chemical, dimethyl sulphide" which smells like cabbages.

A researcher has found that historical estimates of some of the largest ocean creatures are not correct.

New Size Estimates for Large Ocean Animals (Infographic)

A researcher has found that historical estimates of some of the largest ocean creatures are not correct.

Scary Seas: 21 Terrifying Deep Ocean Creatures | WebUrbanist

Scary Seas: 21 Terrifying Deep Ocean Creatures | WebUrbanist

there are other fish in the sea... - (deep sea)(sea life) - #fish #deepsea #sealife

there are other fish in the sea... - (deep sea)(sea life) - #fish #deepsea #sealife

Amazing Facts About Creatures of the Ocean  Infographic

Amazing Facts About Creatures of the Ocean Infographic

Pinterest
Zoeken