Posts from the ‘marine biology’ Category

mad-as-a-marine-biologist:

Robot surfboard tracks great white sharks off the coast of California

What does this mean, apart from awesome? It means, you can get a free iPhone app to follow these (up to 6m+) babies around. 

Sharks in your pocket.

Way better than Polly Pocket.  

Read more. 

Too cool. Who doesn’t want to track great whites on their phone?

Discovery Channel celebrates 25 Years of Shark Week

queryconsul:

A smashing photo of a Horn Shark, originally by greyloch. I couldn’t help but think the little fellow’s snout resembled a moustache, so I made a few appropriate adjustments.

For the Shark Week fans!

jtotheizzoe:

abluegirl:

Living Color: Toxic nudibranchs—soft, seagoing slugs—produce a brilliant defense.

They’re like Pokémon, but super-deadly.

I mean, if you didn’t know these were real, you’d be all “Yeah right!” Endless forms, most beautiful … indeed 🙂

particlesandpsychedelia:

Helicocranchia pfefferi, the Banded Piglet Squid.

Well, this little guy is adorable.

mad-as-a-marine-biologist:

Keep your friends close, and your jellyfish closer…

Fish hiding out in the safety of Jellyfish tentacles. 

mad-as-a-marine-biologist:

I always remembered which way round it was with “Hot babes, cool dudes”. 

Noggin’. 

Fun fact: Alligators work the same way!