Dancing with Shark! In Loving memory of #RobStewart of @Sharkwater 🦈 There are Around 440 Known Species of Sharks.
Nurse shark are like the puppies of the ocean. They don’t harm humans yet they get lumped in with other sharks because they look quite intimidating. #Sharks are critical for ocean balance. For example, they eat lion fish, a invasive species that does not belong in Mexico that is taking over important reef real estate! 100 million sharks are killed by people each year. This shark kept checking out my camera 🎥 and snuggling up to the divers. Please know that we did not encourage this behaviour. It just naturally happened.
Share this video with family so we reduce a fear of sharks. If everyone who watched the movie Jaws would then watch #Sharkwater * our oceans would be in better shape! *Sharkwater: Extinction (2018) is a thrilling and inspiring action packed journey that follows award winning filmmaker Rob Stewart as he exposes the massive illegal shark fin industry that is leading to the extinction of sharks. Available on digital Feb 1
Kingfishers or Alcedinidae are a family of small to medium-sized, brightly colored birds in the order Coraciiformes. They have a cosmopolitan distribution, with most species found in the tropical regions of Africa, Asia, and Oceania. The family contains 114 species and is divided into three subfamilies and 19 genera.
Kingfishers feed on a wide variety of prey. They are most famous for hunting and eating fish, and some species do specialise in catching fish, but other species take crustaceans, frogs and other amphibians, annelid worms, molluscs, insects, spiders, centipedes, reptiles (including snakes), and even birds and mammals. Individual species may specialise in a few items or take a wide variety of prey, and for species with large global distributions, different populations may have different diets. Woodland and forest kingfishers take mainly insects, particularly grasshoppers, whereas the water kingfishers are more specialised in taking fish. Photo: Mario Wong
Belize is one of the top scuba diving destinations for 2019! 🇧🇿 Book your trip to this Caribbean country on PADI Travel (link in our bio).
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Meet Leonardo da Pinchy 😂🦀🐚 This was the biggest Hermit Crab I’ve ever seen!