“TNT” IS MY CLINGY DUO TAG ITS BEEN THAT WAY FOR OVER A YEAR SINCE MONTHS AND MONTHS BEFORE “TNT DUO” EVEN EXISTED ANDIM NOT CHANGING ONE KF MY FAVORITE TAGS FOR SOME RANDOM DUO NAME THE FANDOM DECIDED ON. THIS POST WASNT SUPPOSED TO BE ALL CAPS I THINK. STOP ASKING ME WHY IM TAGGING TNT IVE BEEN USINF THAT SINCE LITERALLY ALWAYS.!!! THANK U
#tbt that one time we had a staring contest with a gulper eel. 😳
MBARI has studied the deep waters of Monterey Bay and beyond for more than 30 years. In our thousands of dives to these dark depths, we’ve only seen this species seven times. But we were so enamored by this curious creature that we featured it in our logo.
See that massive mouth? Food is scarce in the deep sea, so a gulper eel’s oversized mouth helps it swallow any morsel of food—big or small—that it comes across. Scientists think the glowing tip of this eel’s sinewy body might act as a luminescent lure to attract unsuspecting prey, and then—gulp—it becomes dinner.
The midwater doesn’t offer any places to hide from hungry predators, so it’s eat or be eaten in these waters. Many fishes there have evolved inventive strategies for finding food, like sharp teeth, gaping jaws, and big bellies. MBARI scientists have been studying deep-sea food webs to better understand who’s eating whom.
I do not want to be alone like this. Why have you not come back to haunt me? It is the least I would have expected of you. Why this silence day after day, night after interminable night? It is like a fog, this silence of yours. First it was a blur on the horizon, the next minute we were in the midst of it, purblind and stumbling, clinging to each other...Send back your ghost. Torment me, if you like. Rattle your chains, drag your cerements across the floor, keen like a banshee, anything. I would have a ghost.
A veces esperamos tanto, queremos tanto, deseamos tanto algo, que llega un momento en el que ya no podemos más, en el que simplemente lo dejamos ir, y nos sentimos liberados, ya no queremos ese beso, esa muestra de amor, esa propuesta, esa visita, esa disculpa, simplemente decimos: "ya no más" y decidimos soltar ese peso, decidimos seguir adelante y ya no esperar nada de nadie, soltamos aquello que nunca llegó, pero ya no nos duele ni nos quema, ya no más.
It’s Day 10 of 12 Days of Sharks—and since it’s Thursday, we’re throwing it back! This image shows an early reconstruction of the jaw of the famous extinct shark Otodus megalodon, displayed in the Museum circa 1909. Megalodon measured up to three times the length of great white sharks, with a dorsal fin that is estimated to have been more than 5 feet (1.5 meters) high! See a life-sized megalodon model in the Museum's new special exhibition Sharks, or visit an updated megalodon jaw in the Hall of Vertebrate Origins. Photo: Image no. 319969, AMNH Library #tbt #amnh #throwback #vintagephotography #megalodon #shark #naturalhistory #jaws (at American Museum of Natural History) https://www.instagram.com/p/CX2fgS4NDJM/?utm_medium=tumblr