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Dive into the wonders of the open ocean and discover its mesmerizing beauty. Learn about marine life, underwater ecosystems, and breathtaking destinations for an unforgettable adventure.
BEACHGOERS who see “square waves” while on holiday should get out of the water immediately. Also known as cross seas, they may look pretty but are actually extremely dangerous – and have even caused shipwrecks. Square waves can be found out in the open ocean as well as near the coast, and are formed by […] Natural Disasters, Nature, Wall Cloud, No Wave, Rip Current, Shark Swimming, Open Ocean, Lightning Strikes, Shipwreck

BEACHGOERS who see “square waves” while on holiday should get out of the water immediately. Also known as cross seas, they may look pretty but are actually extremely dangerous – and have even caused shipwrecks. Square waves can be found out in the open ocean as well as near the coast, and are formed by […]

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The Sun
Our 13 Pics Of Humpback Whales Playing With Us, Humans | Bored Panda Underwater Photos, Whale Photos, Výtvarné Reference, Beautiful Sea Creatures, Ocean Pictures, Water Animals, Ocean Vibes, Ocean Wallpaper, Humpback Whale

Our team swims with whales around the world. But the Kingdom of Tonga is something extraordinary. Only here, you can meet face-to-face with 15-meter humpback whales – and they won't go anywhere. They circle you, look at you, wave their fins, hit tails, poke noses at you. And they sing! You can even hear Whale's songs from the beach.

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Veronica Zan
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Separated into epipelagic, mesopelagic, bathypelagic, abyssopelagic and hadopelagic subzones, areas in the pelagic zone are distinguished by their depth and the ecology of the zone. The epipelagic zone is closest to the surface and stretches down 200 m. An abundance of light allows for photosynthesis by plants and nutrients for animals like tuna and sharks. The mesopelagic zone, also known as the twilight zone, begins at 200 m down and reaches a depth of 1,000 m and has a little light but…

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Gonna Explode