Some amazing close-ups taken by George Probst of great white sharks. He aims to disprove the “man-eating shark” stereotype through his photos!
More of these extraordinary photos can be seen on his flickr.
Bottlenose Dolphins off the coast of Florida utilize a unique hunting technique. One dolphin stirs up the seabed in a tightening circle around a shoal of fish, causing the fish to panic and jump straight into the mouths of the other members of the pod.
Moon jellyfish (Aurelia aurita) gather in huge swarms to feed on the late-summer plankton bloom.
The Sea Angel (Gymnosomata) Is a group of sea slug that grow no larger than 5cm. These obscure little creatures are found in a wide range of habitats from polar to tropical regions of the sea.
The Western Australian government considered using dead whales to lure great white sharks to their death under its controversial cull policy, internal documents have shown.
Massive School of Anchovies Looks Like an Oil Slick in La Jolla; Article by David Strege.
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|lunaxmuerte: Ok here goes. Did you transfer or just apply out of hs? If you transferred, how easy was it to get in? Also the only way I could attend is if I live there bc I'm in LA. And is it hard to get housing? Does it fill up fast? I know singles probably do, do they? And how do they pick your roommate? And is class availability good? Or is it super packed and horrible? And is it hard to get into a desired major?|