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littleguymart · 21 days ago
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honeyfolklore · 2 months ago
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A lot of love went into this one. It's inspired by rainy days, and features some of my own poems and lyrics from Greta Van Fleet. 🌧🤍 xxx
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protectoursharks · 4 months ago
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Mobula birostris or Giant Oceanic Manta Ray 
Giant Manta Rays will often do flips like this one while feeding to maximize the amount of prey they get. They also have the largest brains of any fish studied to date! 
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captainwaffles · a month ago
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I just forgot the name for sting rays and had to look up sea flap flap
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tiktoks-for-tired-tots · 10 months ago
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coolthingsguyslike · 2 months ago
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cookierunstims · 5 months ago
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mocha ray stimboard!
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kirbyssharkfacts · 4 days ago
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i love how rays just jump sometimes and nobody knows why
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tinyleavesdream · 21 days ago
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These starry flap-flaps got an edit 🐚🌙
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taurus-stims · 3 months ago
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Jotaro Kujo ocean themed stimboard with light blues for anon! Let me know if you need anything changed.
🐬 💙 🐬 / 💙 🐬 💙 / 🐬 💙 🐬
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protectoursharks · 3 months ago
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Torpedo nobiliana or Atlantic Torpedo Ray
Its ability to deliver an electric shock comes from modified gill muscles that contract in waves, covering the fish. The Ray will trap a fish underneath it, wrapping around it like a taco, and directs the electric current towards its prey. They've also been used in defense and can produce upwards of 50 volts of electricity.
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splashing-water · 7 months ago
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by David Fleetham
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tornrose24 · 5 months ago
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Something something ‘organs similar to the Narke Japonica/Japanese Sleeper ray.’
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