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The Goblin Shark 🐟🦈
--- @theocean
The goblin shark’s mouth is one of its adaptations to surviving in the deep. Instead of chasing after prey, which can take up a lot of energy, the goblin shark hunts by ambush, extending its jaw up to the size of its snout when catching prey. This not only makes the mouth of the shark bigger but also creates a vacuum, sucking in water and prey.
The mouth of the goblin shark is filled with a lot of teeth. Those near the front are narrow and sharp, designed to grasp slippery fish while those at the back are flat and made for crushing hard shells.
Goblin sharks eat mostly fishes that dwell near the ocean floor, as well as squids, octopuses, crabs and shrimp.
Via @theocean
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The Goblin Shark 🐟🦈
--- @theocean
The goblin shark’s mouth is one of its adaptations to surviving in the deep. Instead of chasing after prey, which can take up a lot of energy, the goblin shark hunts by ambush, extending its jaw up to the size of its snout when catching prey. This not only makes the mouth of the shark bigger but also creates a vacuum, sucking in water and prey.
The mouth of the goblin shark is filled with a lot of teeth. Those near the front are narrow and sharp, designed to grasp slippery fish while those at the back are flat and made for crushing hard shells.
Goblin sharks eat mostly fishes that dwell near the ocean floor, as well as squids, octopuses, crabs and shrimp.
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174 3 22 May, 2019
Octopus trying to eat shark’s head πŸ˜±πŸ¦ˆπŸ™ @underwater / @sharks
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β€” filmed by Steve Winkworth / at Nelson Bay, NSW Australia
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Octopus trying to eat shark’s head πŸ˜±πŸ¦ˆπŸ™ @underwater / @sharks
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51 1 21 May, 2019

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Did you know the great white shark may grow and use more than 20,000 teeth in its lifetime?! Like other sharks, the great white will never run out of teeth because if one is lost, another spins forward from a coil-like tooth reservoir of backup teeth in the jaw and replaces the old one. πŸŽ₯ by @seacandymedia via @theocean πŸ’™
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Did you know the great white shark may grow and use more than 20,000 teeth in its lifetime?! Like other sharks, the great white will never run out of teeth because if one is lost, another spins forward from a coil-like tooth reservoir of backup teeth in the jaw and replaces the old one. πŸŽ₯ by @seacandymedia via @theocean πŸ’™
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111 4 21 May, 2019
How whales brunch πŸ˜πŸ‹
Bubble Net Feeding is a unique feeding technique employed by Humpback Whales, in which a group of whales swim in a shrinking circle blowing bubbles below a school of fish. This shrinking column of bubbles surrounds the school of fish forcing them upward. The whales spontaneously swim upward through the bubble net, mouths wide open, catching thousands of fish in one gulp.
Video: @lonelywhale via @fathomlesslife
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How whales brunch πŸ˜πŸ‹
Bubble Net Feeding is a unique feeding technique employed by Humpback Whales, in which a group of whales swim in a shrinking circle blowing bubbles below a school of fish. This shrinking column of bubbles surrounds the school of fish forcing them upward. The whales spontaneously swim upward through the bubble net, mouths wide open, catching thousands of fish in one gulp.
Video: @lonelywhale via @fathomlesslife
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167 3 21 May, 2019
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By @lukesaddler
Almost that time of year again. It was our first day back out in the islands today and it will be interesting to see how this cold but sunny winter has effected the dynamics of pelagic ecosystem here on the west coast of Scotland. Here's to a great season!
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By @lukesaddler
Almost that time of year again. It was our first day back out in the islands today and it will be interesting to see how this cold but sunny winter has effected the dynamics of pelagic ecosystem here on the west coast of Scotland. Here's to a great season!
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101 3 20 May, 2019

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By @dolphindronedom
Imagine if part of your body casually just had chunks missing from something biting you. Check out all scars and marks on this Humpback’s tail. It’s not easy being a whale!
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By @dolphindronedom
Imagine if part of your body casually just had chunks missing from something biting you. Check out all scars and marks on this Humpback’s tail. It’s not easy being a whale!
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87 2 20 May, 2019
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25 0 20 May, 2019
😍😱 Where would you rather watch a GreatWhiteShark breach 🦈 Above or Below the surface!?Speed, power, predation.🦈 Excellent capture which shows the incredible predator #greatwhiteshark in action... πŸŽ₯ @ryansharkyjohnson
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😍😱 Where would you rather watch a GreatWhiteShark breach 🦈 Above or Below the surface!?Speed, power, predation.🦈 Excellent capture which shows the incredible predator #greatwhiteshark in action... πŸŽ₯ @ryansharkyjohnson
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131 6 20 May, 2019
Pod of #Orcas forming a massive wave to knock a seal off a block of ice @theocean
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Pod of #Orcas forming a massive wave to knock a seal off a block of ice @theocean
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116 1 19 May, 2019
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Have you ever seen a manta ray?
Video by @seefromthesky
A grown up Manta can weight 1600 KG but the way it moves is so majestic and beyond words.
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How amazing is this video πŸ˜πŸ‘ŒπŸ½
Have you ever seen a manta ray?
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147 4 19 May, 2019
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25 0 19 May, 2019