Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
Interesting stuff !Tomás.
Natural history museum in Oxford has exhibits like that though the best one is in London
This as well as the previous blog is full of amazing underwater life.A great post about.
Fabulous collection of photographs. Love to visit there.
Such an unusual looking fish.
Love what I think are the sulphide worms that resemble match sticks. And, seeing the starfish in motion is special.JanisGDP
There is more to see under water than you would expect.
@Tomas: indeed!@Bill: I would enjoy visiting both.@Orvokki: thanks!@Lauren: it is wonderful to visit.@Revrunner: it is very odd.@Janis: the deep sea vent display is very colourful.
Very interesting exhibits! I love starfish :-)
enjoy the skeleton... way cool! u can fit there perfectly, but it would lots of me 2 make him extra full, ( ;
That is some skeleton. To me the sea is a dark mysterious place. While I have been out on the sea, I prefer the land. I would love this museum, though!
I might have been a marine biologist, if I weren't such a bad swimmer...I love this!
This is the first time I hear something about a sunbathing fish... ok, I live in the Alps...
Amazing colors and some very specialized systems such as hydro thermal vents.
@Marianne: a lot more!@Tamago: they're colourful critters.@Beth: fortunately blue whales eat krill.@Lowell: I tend to be a land lubber too.@Norma: thank you!@Karl: most people wouldn't be familiar with them.@Red: the deep sea vents really fascinate me. Such alien life to them.
those star fish look like they are dancing to a Michael Jackson hit.
Oh, my favourite part of this series so far!!! :)
Sea creatures have always fascinated me William.. and yes the starfish do look like they're grooving to the beat :)
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I don't know if the starfish are grooving to the beat or doing a contortionist's act!!!
I've never been in the belly of a whale before!
I had no idea there was such a great place like this up there!
@Sharon: I can see that!@Linda: thank you!@Grace: they do.@Gracita: thanks!@Ciel: a bit of both?@Halcyon: this is close enough!@RedPat: it's a wonderful museum.
This display is quite extensive and comprehensive. So much more than looking at fish swimming around in a tank.
Aquariums are always so peaceful, this looks like a great place...
Thanks for sharing. e have this similar in Toronto. My grandson was fascinated and he is an adult. Nice you were able to enjoy.
More wonderful pictures. I really do like the starfish!
There is so much more to life on Earth than many imagine. Thanks for posting.
@Gemma: it's quite a good set up.@Geoff: it certainly is.@Carolann: thank you!@Lois: I do too.@Mari: you're welcome.
There certainly is a lot to see and learn in this museum.
I don't think I've seen much on deep sea marine life. This is really interesting! Thanks!
Nice shots of those deep sea creatures.Strange ... meanwhile we seem to know more about the Moon and Mars then about the deep sea of our own Earth ...
You should go visit the aquatarium!
Looks like a great place to spend an afternoon!
Love the star fish.
@Kate: there is.@Kay: you're welcome.@Jan: that is true.@Jennifer: someday.@Cheryl: it is, yes.@Whisk: so do I.