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  • Divers in Hawaii were watching a school of tiger sharks feast on a dead whale on Tuesday when a much bigger fish appeared out of the depths.
    A 20-foot-long great white shark, believed to be one of the largest in the world, swam right at the divers then began to check out their boats, said Ocean Ramsey, one of the marine biologists in the water at the time.
    The great white in question is named Deep Blue and has been videoed before. In fact, the 50-year-old female has made such a name for herself itself in the world of marine biology she even has her own Twitter account.
    #shark #sharks #hawaii #hawai #hawaiilife #divers #instashark #instadiver #tigersharks #marines #underwater #instagrammer #instagallery #swimming #biologists #deepblue
  • Divers in Hawaii were watching a school of tiger sharks feast on a dead whale on Tuesday when a much bigger fish appeared out of the depths.
A 20-foot-long great white shark, believed to be one of the largest in the world, swam right at the divers then began to check out their boats, said Ocean Ramsey, one of the marine biologists in the water at the time.
The great white in question is named Deep Blue and has been videoed before. In fact, the 50-year-old female has made such a name for herself itself in the world of marine biology she even has her own Twitter account.
#shark #sharks #hawaii #hawai #hawaiilife #divers #instashark #instadiver #tigersharks #marines #underwater #instagrammer #instagallery #swimming #biologists #deepblue
  •  29  1 17 hours ago
  • If you’re in academia now and struggling with a 😡  negative mentor, know this—you’ll never have it this bad again and everything you’re going through is preparing you for a better future in industry.
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  • If you’re in academia now and struggling with a 😡  negative mentor, know this—you’ll never have it this bad again and everything you’re going through is preparing you for a better future in industry. 
Learn more about the Cheeky Scientist Association and download our 💪  FREE Industry Resume Guide - clickable link in bio @cheekyscience or visit https://cheekyscientist.com/association-learn-more/
  •  30  1 18 January, 2019
  • "Observe profundamente a natureza, e então você vai entender tudo melhor". Albert Einstein
  • "Observe profundamente a natureza, e então você vai entender tudo melhor". Albert Einstein
  •  58  1 18 January, 2019
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  •  7  1 17 January, 2019
  • Bis zur Hüfte im Wasser sollte man nicht in jedem Moor stehen. Etwas tollkühn bin ich unter anderem schon ein paar Mal im Naturschutzgebiet Schnepfenberg im Diersfordter Wald in Nordrhein-Westfalen gewesen - für die Käfer natürlich!
    Im Wasser zwischen den Torfmoospolstern lebt eine Vielzahl an Tieren, einige Käferarten beispielsweise, gibt es am Niederrhein nur hier. Diese Arten nachzuweisen, ist jedoch mit etwas Aufwand verbunden: die Torfmoose (Sphagnum spp.) müssen “heruntergetreten“ werden. Dabei stellt man sich auf eine Stelle und wackelt ein wenig, sodass durch leichtes Versinken eine frei werdene Wasserfläche entsteht.
    Darin kann dann gekeschert und nach Arten dieses spezifischen Lebenraums gesucht werden. Ich habe immer das Gefühl, je tiefer ich versinke, desto spannender sind die Arten. Nachmachen bitte nur unter Vorbehalt! Ein wenig Erfahrung sollte man Stück für Stück sammeln und mit etwas Absicherung an die Sache herangehen. Mit etwas Respekt vor Mooren ist das jedoch jedes Mal ein Traum für Entomolog*innen! Ein selten betriebener Aufwand, allerdings die einzige Methode, um nach hochspezialisierten Moorbewohnern zu suchen.
  • Bis zur Hüfte im Wasser sollte man nicht in jedem Moor stehen. Etwas tollkühn bin ich unter anderem schon ein paar Mal im Naturschutzgebiet Schnepfenberg im Diersfordter Wald in Nordrhein-Westfalen gewesen - für die Käfer natürlich! 
Im Wasser zwischen den Torfmoospolstern lebt eine Vielzahl an Tieren, einige Käferarten beispielsweise, gibt es am Niederrhein nur hier. Diese Arten nachzuweisen, ist jedoch mit etwas Aufwand verbunden: die Torfmoose (Sphagnum spp.) müssen “heruntergetreten“ werden. Dabei stellt man sich auf eine Stelle und wackelt ein wenig, sodass durch leichtes Versinken eine frei werdene Wasserfläche entsteht.
Darin kann dann gekeschert und nach Arten dieses spezifischen Lebenraums gesucht werden. Ich habe immer das Gefühl, je tiefer ich versinke, desto spannender sind die Arten. Nachmachen bitte nur unter Vorbehalt! Ein wenig Erfahrung sollte man Stück für Stück sammeln und mit etwas Absicherung an die Sache herangehen. Mit etwas Respekt vor Mooren ist das jedoch jedes Mal ein Traum für Entomolog*innen! Ein selten betriebener Aufwand, allerdings die einzige Methode, um nach hochspezialisierten Moorbewohnern zu suchen.
  •  84  5 16 January, 2019
  • Raias são peixes irados né!? Mas nessa foto tem um outro peixe sensacional. Esse listrado de amarelo, com um linha preta marcando a região do olho, chama-se Salema. Ocorre ao longo de toda costa brasileira. Emitem sons ao variar o ar em sua bexiga natatória 🤯 (órgão utilizado para flutuabilidade), por isso em algumas regiões são chamados de roncador.
    E o que eles estão fazendo em cima desta raia!?🤔 Os carinhas ali, fazem estações de limpezas quando estão afim. Se alimentam de pequenos parasitas de peixes maiores, por isso são procurados e por isso o senhor Raia tá ali de boa, com a Saleminha em cima. Salema - Anisotremus virginicus🌊💙 #conhecerparaconservar #biologists #biologiaporamor #aquariomarinhodorio #sealife #oneocean #fishconservation
  • Raias são peixes irados né!? Mas nessa foto tem um outro peixe sensacional. Esse listrado de amarelo, com um linha preta marcando a região do olho, chama-se Salema. Ocorre ao longo de toda costa brasileira. Emitem sons ao variar o ar em sua bexiga natatória 🤯 (órgão utilizado para flutuabilidade), por isso em algumas regiões são chamados de roncador.
E o que eles estão fazendo em cima desta raia!?🤔 Os carinhas ali, fazem estações de limpezas quando estão afim. Se alimentam de pequenos parasitas de peixes maiores, por isso são procurados e por isso o senhor Raia tá ali de boa, com a Saleminha em cima. Salema - Anisotremus virginicus🌊💙 #conhecerparaconservar #biologists #biologiaporamor #aquariomarinhodorio #sealife #oneocean  #fishconservation
  •  53  9 16 January, 2019
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  •  16  1 16 January, 2019
  • Deep in a thick stand of conifers not far from the #Pennsylvania border in Cattaraugus County, a 238-pound #sow had hunkered down for the #winter , three feet deep in the middle of blowdown on a south-facing hill.⠀⠀⠀⠀

    On Thursday, DEC wildlife staff visited a #female #bear and her three male cubs to collect valuable data that will help researchers and biologists monitor black bear populations and #health in New York. While the sow was sedated, #biologists were able to tag the #cubs and quickly gather data on all four bears.⠀⠀⠀⠀

    DEC staff had handled the sow this past July in response to a nuisance situation. By placing a radio collar on her neck, DEC biologists were then able to locate her den this winter. DEC will continue to monitor the den and the cubs over the next year.⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    Tag someone that should see this!👇
    🎥 by NYS Environmental Conservation @nysdec
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    #Cub #Freezing #Animal #Animals #baby #bear #nature #rescue #human #earth #love #cute #cold #story
  • Deep in a thick stand of conifers not far from the #Pennsylvania border in Cattaraugus County, a 238-pound #sow had hunkered down for the #winter, three feet deep in the middle of blowdown on a south-facing hill.⠀⠀⠀⠀
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On Thursday, DEC wildlife staff visited a #female #bear and her three male cubs to collect valuable data that will help researchers and biologists monitor black bear populations and #health in New York. While the sow was sedated, #biologists were able to tag the #cubs and quickly gather data on all four bears.⠀⠀⠀⠀
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DEC staff had handled the sow this past July in response to a nuisance situation. By placing a radio collar on her neck, DEC biologists were then able to locate her den this winter. DEC will continue to monitor the den and the cubs over the next year.⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Tag someone that should see this!👇
🎥 by NYS Environmental Conservation @nysdec
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👉 Follow: @yr.intelligence for more!
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#Cub #Freezing #Animal #Animals #baby #bear #nature #rescue #human #earth #love #cute #cold #story
  •  1,546  24 16 January, 2019