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🌊The ocean faces an onslaught of problems βš”οΈ We're here to help protect it πŸ›‘οΈ Help us #GrowTheArmor

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This clip is Jawsome! 😲 Amazing slow-mo clip of a great white in action! 🦈 πŸŽ₯ by Jeff Kur

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This amazing footage of a green seaturtle rescue off the Coast of Hawaii courtesy of @bentinhomassaro and @deanfreediver featuring current World Freediving Record Holder, New Zealand's @willtrubridge πŸ˜πŸ˜‡ - β€œI would normally never lay hands on a turtle in the wild, but this little one was in a bit of trouble. 😒 A fishing hook was lodged very firmly in its mouth, trailing a length of fishing line down its body. 🐒 The turtle was constantly stopping to try and wipe its face with one flipper in a futile attempt to get rid of the line. The hook would have eventually rusted out, but not before causing a huge amount of pain and frustration to the turtle as well as putting it in all sorts of secondary dangers. It took me three dives to finally catch the turtle and bring it to the surface, where we could use a pair of pliers to pull the hook out. Unfortunately the camera battery died before we finished, so we didn’t capture that happy moment when it took off with a fresh burst of speed!” 😁πŸŽ₯ by @bentinhomassaro, turtle dentistry by @deanfreediver πŸ€™ and a helpful diveboat captain, and thank you Tam for alerting me to the turtle’s plight! πŸ™ Via @maestro320 πŸ‘

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There’s a beautiful place below the surface that’s inhabited by amazing living creatures. 🌊🦈 @perrinjames1 illustrates this perfectly with this epic, inspirational clip. πŸ˜πŸ™ Music: @twofeetmusic β€œI feel like I’m drowning” 🎢

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Who wants to feed the flamingos?! πŸ™‹β€β™‚οΈπŸ™‹β€β™€οΈ πŸŽ₯ by @felisbertobruna πŸ’™

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This moray eel is on the move. πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ Watch till the end when it meets a curious grouper fish! 🀝🀣 πŸŽ₯ @bartlukasikvideo πŸ€™ via @paditv πŸ™Œ

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Would you dance with a 700 pound tiger shark? πŸ€” @sdmdiving does it all the time! πŸ•ΊπŸ¦ˆ

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The Great White Shark is not only the largest most impressive hunter in the ocean, it’s also the 3rd fastest shark. πŸ’¨ It can swim at 25 mph, which is very impressive considering its massive body size! 😲 In fact, it’s their huge size that helps it propel so quickly. They move their powerful lunate tail and the movement is increased by the power of the force of their weight. 🦈πŸ’ͺ Via @calypsostarcharters.videos πŸ’™

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This baby silk shark had a hook stuck in its mouth. 😠 Luckily, @lizparkinson1 knew just what to do. By twisting it’s tail slightly, the shark entered a state of tonic immobility which allowed her to safely remove the hook. 🦈 Well done, Liz! πŸ™

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These whales are using the bubble-net feeding technique to herd bait fish for a quick meal. πŸ‹πŸ½οΈ Via @alisciayoung @richardsidey @galaxiid_creative 🎢 from @ingaliljestrom πŸ™Œ

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Life-changing encounters with @silversharkadventures! πŸ¦ˆπŸ‹πŸ¬πŸ™Œ Whales, rays, whale sharks, orcas...which one is your favorite?! πŸ€”

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This baby lemon shark wasn’t about to let a little dry land come between it and it’s lunch! 😱🦈🍽️ via @oceanmaldives πŸ€™

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Would you do this to capture the perfect photo of a beautiful wave? 🌊 πŸŽ₯ by @peterkingphoto via @dailybestpic πŸ’™

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It’s believed that dolphins and other cetaceans like beluga whales use bubble rings for entertainment purposes. πŸ¬β­•οΈ We can see why! How cool is this?! πŸ€™ @victordevalles πŸ™Œ

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This amazing footage of a bonnethead shark (aka shovel head shark) getting up close and personal with @supluv’s paddle board! 🦈 The shark was curious about the board and when it touched it, things got a bit crazy! πŸ€ͺ What an amazing experience! πŸ™πŸ™Œ

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This video shows that Orcas may be capable of mimicking human language. πŸ—£οΈ This is just one more reason why Orcas should not be held in captivity. βš—οΈ Their intelligence surely allows them to understand that they are being held against their will. πŸ˜” Maybe captive Orcas can learn how to say β€œset me free”! πŸ•ŠοΈ Via YT user The Telegraph

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What an exhilarating experience! πŸ¬πŸ˜πŸ€™ @brookesarahk was lucky enough to capture this playful pod of dolphins as she was traveling the crystal clear waters of @coffinbaynationalpark in @southaustralia. πŸ‡¦πŸ‡ΊπŸ™Œ

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@big_ben1967 β€œEnjoying the Magdalena Bay Gray Whales as a family was an unbelievable encounter that we will never forget!” πŸ‹πŸ‹πŸ‹ πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦ The whale mothers actually encourage their babies to approach the boats, so luring with food doesn’t take place. πŸ‘ΆπŸ›₯️ It’s as though they like their barnacles scratched. πŸ‘‹ They’re super comfortable with human encounters! πŸ€—

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Everyone has that one friend... πŸ˜‚ Who’s yours? 🐧 via YT user Nicholas Signorelli πŸ’™

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Doesn't it look like this massive grouper is trying to swallow the diver?! πŸ˜‚ via @bartlukasikvideo πŸ™Œ @fathomlesslife @naturee πŸ’™
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