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The pelican (circled) is caught between the whale's jaws in Monteray Bay, California. A PELICAN is caught in harmís way as it is nearly swallowed by a humpback whale. The brown-feathered bird had been feasting on anchovies among a group of eight humpback whales in Monterey Bay, California. A hundred sea lions and other species of seabirds also gathered for the feeding frenzy on November 23. The brown pelican had been sitting on the surface of the water gobbling up the fish when the humpback…

Pictures of the day: 9 December 2014

This particular pelican's timing was a bit off and didn't lift off fast enough before the humpback whales emerged. We watched as the whale opened its mouth wide before submerging again and the pelican hopped across the water with no visible damage

Maior água-viva do mundo se reproduz descontroladamente e seus tentáculos podem chegar aos 35 metros.

rhamphotheca: “ The Lion’s Mane Jellyfish (Cyanea capillata) is the largest known species of jellyfish. Its range is confined to cold, boreal waters of the Arctic, northern Atlantic, and northern.

Africa's answer to the piranha:'t call it "the ferocious tigerfish" can leap from the water to snatch a bird — and not a feathered snack that's just floating or standing around in shallow water. We're talking about a fast-flying swallow

Africa's answer to the piranha:'t call it "the ferocious tigerfish" can leap from the water to snatch a bird — and not a feathered snack that's just floating or standing around in shallow water. We're talking about a fast-flying swallow

Animales marino

The ornate ghost pipefish or harlequin ghost pipefish, Solenostomus paradoxus.

The Green-billed Malkoha (Phaenicophaeus tristis) is a species of non-parasitic cuckoo found throughout South and Southeast Asia.

The Green-billed Malkoha (Phaenicophaeus tristis) is a species of non-parasitic cuckoo found throughout South and Southeast Asia.

Adorable bear cubs.

Photo and caption by Graham Erik Mandre/National Geographic Photo Contest - The picture is captured using special hide placed to the primeval forest in Finland. High trees offer protection to the brown bear cubs being vitally important to survive

Beleza da natureza

Bronze octopus sculpture by Kirk McGuire. The artist has a photographic memory and has sculpted many times from memory alone.

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