Panels continue to explore adaptations of life in the oceans.
Here we have another look at the blue whale.
Display cases beside it include molluscs, the invertebrates that have an enormous variety and make up a substantial amount of sealife.
Models of larger molluscs are included here.
I paused to take a couple of shots of a panel on life in extreme depths.
Then I took another shot of the whale.
These last two shots are taken close by. An aquarium houses several moon jellies, a strangely graceful and otherworldly animal that can be a challenge to photograph.
Wonderful exhibit. The Blue Whale is amazing. Take care, enjoy your day!
It's amazing to me that we don't yet understand the full story of the deep oceans, yet we are merrily destroying them with pollution of every kind, while we hurtle off into space, no doubt to spread some pollution around out there too.ReplyDelete
"Under pressure", now I have an earworm. Fascinating world there.ReplyDelete
The deepest places in the oceans are very fascinating.ReplyDelete
...nature is a delicate balance of all of its parts.ReplyDelete
There was a giant squid in a tank at Memorial University. Quite the size.ReplyDelete
The scale of the whale is amazing!ReplyDelete
I wonder how things will change in the future. So much can be learned online, now.ReplyDelete
A great exhibit, lots of fascinating information.ReplyDelete
@Eileen: thank you.ReplyDelete
@David: that is true.
@Iris: that I can understand, as you're a Queen fan.
@Jan: that they are.
@Tom: quite true.
@Marie: they are fascinating animals.
@RedPat: that's definitely true.
@Jennifer: very much so.
@Bill: that it is.
Such an educational display ~neat photos too ~ReplyDelete
Moment by moment,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
That it is.Delete
One could get lost in those ribs.ReplyDelete
It is huge.Delete
Thank you. A great day at the museum.ReplyDelete
The whale and jelly nicely captured.ReplyDelete
So many weird and wonderful things under the sea, fascinating to see ✨ReplyDelete