Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
Gostei de ver.Um abraço e boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
...diversity is the important thing!
Yes, the ocean or the human body are not known as good as space. Crazy.
I've never heard of that type of shark.
The wates and oceans have critters that we never see.
I saw a documentary a few years ago about how unknown the deepest parts of the ocean are.
It is an intriguing habitat!
Every time I look you are not back so I stop looking and now you have been back for a while and I am just carching up. Whew.MB
The porbeagle shark is new to me.
Interesting, and educational. I think Flounders are the most amazing fish, and yes, I eat them.
@Francisco: thanks.@Lady Fi: thank you.@Tom: definitely.@Iris: true.@RedPat: it was new to me.@Red: quite true.@Sharon: it is.@Jennifer: very much so.@MB: I hope to keep at it.@Bill: an interesting shark.@Barbara: I do not go for seafood.
I have only ever seen sharks like the one here. Thankfully!
Amazing shark ~ neat photos ~ Be Well,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
We have no idea what is down there in the deepest deep.
Amazing !You must have the best time walking about and taking photos.Is everything closed down where you are ?Stay safe old friend be well.parsnip
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It's a fascinating subject William, one that I'm very happy to let others explore 😊
Love the suspended shark :)All the best Jan
I saw this app recently that as you scrolled down it showed you what lives at certain depths in the ocean...it's mind blowing!!
@Marie: all the better.@Carol: thank you.@Kay: so much mystery.@Parsnip: closures came and went, but at the beginning of Covid, everything was shuttered.@Linda: spammers can rot in hell where they belong.@Grace: it is, yes.@Jan: I do as well.@Jenn: that would interest me.