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shiftythrifting · a day ago
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This excellent specimen. My girlfriend wouldn’t let me buy it
Value Village Calgary
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daily-fun-animal-facts · 16 hours ago
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Greenland Sharks
All sharks are cold-blooded, but this particular species truly thrives in a frigid environment. Greenland sharks prefer to stay in water ranging from -1 to 10°C (30.2 to 50°F), and they migrate to the coldest part of the water each season. Indeed, Greenland sharks are the only known shark species that can tolerate Arctic conditions all year long.
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yinza · a day ago
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Shark baby and friend now discovering how shoes work.
[Image Description: A digital drawing of a young mermaid and a shark with human legs. The shark wears a pair of shorts printed with stars and is watching in open-mouthed delight as the mermaid slips a shoe with a star on it onto their right foot. The mermaid has her hair in twin buns, and she is grinning, too. There is a pile of mismatched shoes near her, and a small cave behind her. The mermaid and shark are colored flat white against a blue background. /end ID]
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debelice · 21 hours ago
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Peaceful Ocean Life
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dailyfunfacts20 · 2 days ago
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Cristina Zenato 🦈
To know more just click the below link.👇https://fastfactsff.blogspot.com/2021/06/cristina-zenato.html?m=1
Don't forget to follow my page.. 🙏
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lord-valery-mimes · a day ago
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I got my husband one of those sharks that's supposed to expand 6x in water, but I was not prepared for this.
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It hasn't even expanded all the way yet.
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smolmeg · 27 days ago
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wake up babe new jesus just dropped
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sock-ness-monster · 4 months ago
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Everybody shut the HECK up and look at this
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S H O R K
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olivinesgayshit · a month ago
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yall i just got back from the aquarium and they let us touch the sharks and it was crazy, all of the sharks were slippery smooth
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themaarika · 4 months ago
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a bunch of sharks remembering that they left the oven on at home
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ronnie-vv · 2 months ago
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LOVE THIS ANIMAL
🦈 🦈 🦈 / 🦈 🦈 🦈 / 🦈 🦈 🦈
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peevishpants · 2 months ago
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Here are the sharks again but cut up into tumblr-digestible pieces!!
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have you ever wanted to learn about some hipster sharks you may or may not have heard of before?
because BOY do i have a bucket of Fun Shark Trivia for YOU
(drew and researched these pages for pinkcloverpress on twitter for an Animal-themed magazine last year!!! Twas a blast to get back to my Science-y roots for a hot second)
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tamberella · 6 months ago
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All five chapter title spreads from my upcoming artbook, "Windows to Worlds" which can be pre-ordered through the Kickstarter campaign here!
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mtfuji · 3 months ago
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Reef Shark Surrounded by Fish
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shiftythrifting · 3 months ago
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Some upsettingly 3D mugs originally from an aquarium
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seatrench · 7 months ago
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Rare footage of a Greenland Shark (Somniosus microcephalus)
Greenland Sharks are the longest lived vertebrate, with lifespans of 400+ years, and are the largest arctic fish. The majority of Greenland Sharks are blind due to parasitic copepods that attach themselves to the eye. They are generalist scavengers, eating carcasses of animals that have fallen to the seafloor. They are rarely seen by humans due to their deep habitat.
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