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    💐❄️ EXTINCTION IS FOREVER❄️💐 Disponibles ya en tienda! 📐Tallas:
Sea World - Size L
Santa Lucia - Size M
Camel - Fits L

#seaworld #camel #polarbear #osopolar

    💐❄️ EXTINCTION IS FOREVER❄️💐 Disponibles ya en tienda! 📐Tallas:
    Sea World - Size L
    Santa Lucia - Size M
    Camel - Fits L

    #seaworld #camel #polarbear #osopolar

    11 0 14 minutes ago
    I apologize that I have been absent from content for a little while. Unfortunately, our fire department’s 911 operations center is very short staffed. A plagued epidemic across the country due to the high stress levels that come with the job and the demanding hours. However, I promise to bring fresh content as soon as my schedule allows. #seaworld #seaworldorlando #iam911 #911dispatch

    I apologize that I have been absent from content for a little while. Unfortunately, our fire department’s 911 operations center is very short staffed. A plagued epidemic across the country due to the high stress levels that come with the job and the demanding hours. However, I promise to bring fresh content as soon as my schedule allows. #seaworld #seaworldorlando #iam911 #911dispatch

    0 0 21 minutes ago
    Quando lunedì rientri a lavoro ma sei ancora in modalità #subacquea #seaworld 🌊💙AVETE CONSIGLIATO LA POLIZZA SEAWORLD AI VOSTRI #DIVING / #scuolasub ❓ Vi saranno riconoscenti a vita😎💙🌊 Tante belle e buone bolle e buon lunedì 💪🏻
Repost @oceans247 ・・・

    Quando lunedì rientri a lavoro ma sei ancora in modalità #subacquea #seaworld 🌊💙AVETE CONSIGLIATO LA POLIZZA SEAWORLD AI VOSTRI #DIVING / #scuolasub ❓ Vi saranno riconoscenti a vita😎💙🌊 Tante belle e buone bolle e buon lunedì 💪🏻
    Repost @oceans247 ・・・

    6 1 22 minutes ago
    “You deserve a love that stays. Even when it rains. Especially when it rains.” F.E. Marie
Malia
Adventure date: 1/26/19

    “You deserve a love that stays. Even when it rains. Especially when it rains.” F.E. Marie
    Malia
    Adventure date: 1/26/19

    15 1 34 minutes ago

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    꼬꼬마 일곱살

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    18 5 1 hour ago
    🇫🇷 L’espace en captivité: Les mammifères marins sauvages ne parcourent pas des centaines de km pour le plaisir mais belle et bien pour trouver de la nourriture et survivre. Une étude satellite dans le détroit de Gibraltar nous a montré que les orques qui trouvent une profusion de nourriture ne parcourent que 16 km. De plus les orques de part leur taille ne plongent pas très profond. 80% de leur plongées sont à moins de 20 m et 70% à moins de 10 m. Bien loin de ce qu’avancent les activistes. Sous oublié que les bassins ont une profondeur minimum de 11 mètres pour les orques. Aucun problème de peau n’a été enregistré en captivité pour cause d’ultra violet pour la simple raison qu’ils sont rapidement stoppés à quelques mètres. Les infrastructures sont construitent dans le but de respecter les besoins de l’animal, la sécurité des animaux et des hommes, adaptés aux recherches scientifiques et aux activités éducatives. 🇺🇸 Space in captivity: Wild marine mammals don’t travel 100 miles for pleasure but to find food and survive. A satellite study in the Strait of Gibraltar showed us that orcas that find a profusion of food only travel 10 miles. Moreover, orcas by their size don’t dive very deep. 80% of their dives are less than 20 m  and 70% less than 10 m. Far from what activists are saying. Don’t forger that tanks have a minimum depth of 11 meters for orcas. No skin problems were recorded in captivity due to ultraviolet radiations for the simple reason that they are quickly stopped at a few meters. Infrastructures are built in the aim to respect animals needs and security ( human security too), adapted to scientist research and educational activities. #marineland #zookeeper #soigneuranimalier #blackfishlies #keepthetanksfull  #orca #orque #killerwhale #dauphin #dolphin #seaworld #captivité #delphinarium #seaworldcares #captivity #bottlenosedolphin #tursiopstruncatus #loroparque #ourspolaire #polarbear #blackfish is bullshit ⚠️Don’t #emptythetanks ⚠️ #mymarineland

    🇫🇷 L’espace en captivité: Les mammifères marins sauvages ne parcourent pas des centaines de km pour le plaisir mais belle et bien pour trouver de la nourriture et survivre. Une étude satellite dans le détroit de Gibraltar nous a montré que les orques qui trouvent une profusion de nourriture ne parcourent que 16 km. De plus les orques de part leur taille ne plongent pas très profond. 80% de leur plongées sont à moins de 20 m et 70% à moins de 10 m. Bien loin de ce qu’avancent les activistes. Sous oublié que les bassins ont une profondeur minimum de 11 mètres pour les orques. Aucun problème de peau n’a été enregistré en captivité pour cause d’ultra violet pour la simple raison qu’ils sont rapidement stoppés à quelques mètres. Les infrastructures sont construitent dans le but de respecter les besoins de l’animal, la sécurité des animaux et des hommes, adaptés aux recherches scientifiques et aux activités éducatives. 🇺🇸 Space in captivity: Wild marine mammals don’t travel 100 miles for pleasure but to find food and survive. A satellite study in the Strait of Gibraltar showed us that orcas that find a profusion of food only travel 10 miles. Moreover, orcas by their size don’t dive very deep. 80% of their dives are less than 20 m and 70% less than 10 m. Far from what activists are saying. Don’t forger that tanks have a minimum depth of 11 meters for orcas. No skin problems were recorded in captivity due to ultraviolet radiations for the simple reason that they are quickly stopped at a few meters. Infrastructures are built in the aim to respect animals needs and security ( human security too), adapted to scientist research and educational activities. #marineland #zookeeper #soigneuranimalier #blackfishlies #keepthetanksfull #orca #orque #killerwhale #dauphin #dolphin #seaworld #captivité #delphinarium #seaworldcares #captivity #bottlenosedolphin #tursiopstruncatus #loroparque #ourspolaire #polarbear #blackfish is bullshit ⚠️Don’t #emptythetanks ⚠️ #mymarineland

    13 0 1 hour ago
    "It was the most difficult decision in my life to have to walk away from the whales I loved to be able to become a whistle-blower and expose the industry."

    "It was the most difficult decision in my life to have to walk away from the whales I loved to be able to become a whistle-blower and expose the industry."

    6 1 1 hour ago

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    Orca Psychology: Social Complexity, Culture, and Ecology (Part 5)
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Orcas are a cosmopolitan species and the ocean’s apex predator, feeding on a wide variety of prey, although distinct populations typically specialize on specific prey types. When not foraging or hunting, orcas often travel by swimming in a consistent direction at a steady pace, frequently engaging in synchronized dives, suggesting an important social or ecological purpose of traveling independent of locating food. One population of orcas was recorded traveling at a rate of over 20 km/hr. Depending upon the population and hunting practices, orcas routinely swim tens of kilometers a day in a straight line. Maximum daily distance has been measured at 252km with maximum sustained distances of 160-225 km/day for up to forty days. Different orca populations, ecotypes, and individuals dive at various depths, although there is ample evidence for routine deep diving among the species globally. In some populations, individuals dive in excess of 750m several times a day, others 200 m several times a day, while yet others dive deeper than 150 m at least once every five hours. The current maximum depth recorded is 1087m, for a female.
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Free-ranging orcas live in highly complex societies with long juvenile periods of differentiated relationships, embedded in complex social networks that rely upon learning and memory. Orca social life within ecotypes is characterized by cultural traditions, distinctive learned behaviors passed down from one generation to the next. Such culture provides a way for individual whales to express their identity and benefit from the support of others in their group throughout their lives. Some orca cultural traditions are exemplified by different learned foraging strategies and other forms of cooperative behaviors. Forging is often accompanied through specialized learning tactics. For example, mammal-eating orcas typically hunt in small groups and often remain silent as their prey has excellent underwater hearing.
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Caption: @cetacean.inspiration

    Orca Psychology: Social Complexity, Culture, and Ecology (Part 5)
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    Orcas are a cosmopolitan species and the ocean’s apex predator, feeding on a wide variety of prey, although distinct populations typically specialize on specific prey types. When not foraging or hunting, orcas often travel by swimming in a consistent direction at a steady pace, frequently engaging in synchronized dives, suggesting an important social or ecological purpose of traveling independent of locating food. One population of orcas was recorded traveling at a rate of over 20 km/hr. Depending upon the population and hunting practices, orcas routinely swim tens of kilometers a day in a straight line. Maximum daily distance has been measured at 252km with maximum sustained distances of 160-225 km/day for up to forty days. Different orca populations, ecotypes, and individuals dive at various depths, although there is ample evidence for routine deep diving among the species globally. In some populations, individuals dive in excess of 750m several times a day, others 200 m several times a day, while yet others dive deeper than 150 m at least once every five hours. The current maximum depth recorded is 1087m, for a female.
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    Free-ranging orcas live in highly complex societies with long juvenile periods of differentiated relationships, embedded in complex social networks that rely upon learning and memory. Orca social life within ecotypes is characterized by cultural traditions, distinctive learned behaviors passed down from one generation to the next. Such culture provides a way for individual whales to express their identity and benefit from the support of others in their group throughout their lives. Some orca cultural traditions are exemplified by different learned foraging strategies and other forms of cooperative behaviors. Forging is often accompanied through specialized learning tactics. For example, mammal-eating orcas typically hunt in small groups and often remain silent as their prey has excellent underwater hearing.
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    Caption: @cetacean.inspiration

    1,771 16 20 July, 2019

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    Pora na drzemkę! Dacie wiarę, że TAK WŁAŚNIE WYGLĄDAJĄ KASZALOTY PODCZAS SNU?!😳 Często ustawiają się pionowo i dryfują przy powierzchni z nozdrzami wystającymi ponad wodę. Naukowcy dopiero kilka lat temu dokonali tego odkrycia... PRZYPADKIEM! Statek z zespołem badaczy, którzy monitorowali zachowania waleni u wybrzeży Chile, wpadł na ich grupę, która spała w najlepsze i „wisiała” w wodzie. Przy próbie wycofywania się zderzyli się z jednym z nich, który w ogóle nie zareagował. To dało im do myślenia🤔 Dalsze obserwacje doprowadziły badaczy do wniosku, że walenie... śpią w najlepsze pełnym snem, obiema półkulami mózgu (do tej pory uważano, że śpi tylko jedna półkula i jedno oko jest zawsze otwarte). Taka drzemka trwa najczęściej 10-15 min.
M.
📸 @keriwilk & @jferraragallery 
#amazing #world #wildlife #seaworld #nature #naturlovers #underwater #discover #explore

    Pora na drzemkę! Dacie wiarę, że TAK WŁAŚNIE WYGLĄDAJĄ KASZALOTY PODCZAS SNU?!😳 Często ustawiają się pionowo i dryfują przy powierzchni z nozdrzami wystającymi ponad wodę. Naukowcy dopiero kilka lat temu dokonali tego odkrycia... PRZYPADKIEM! Statek z zespołem badaczy, którzy monitorowali zachowania waleni u wybrzeży Chile, wpadł na ich grupę, która spała w najlepsze i „wisiała” w wodzie. Przy próbie wycofywania się zderzyli się z jednym z nich, który w ogóle nie zareagował. To dało im do myślenia🤔 Dalsze obserwacje doprowadziły badaczy do wniosku, że walenie... śpią w najlepsze pełnym snem, obiema półkulami mózgu (do tej pory uważano, że śpi tylko jedna półkula i jedno oko jest zawsze otwarte). Taka drzemka trwa najczęściej 10-15 min.
    M.
    📸 @keriwilk & @jferraragallery
    #amazing #world #wildlife #seaworld #nature #naturlovers #underwater #discover #explore

    23,854 137 21 July, 2019

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    Orca Psychology: Cognitive, Emotional, and Social Behavior, Self-awareness, and Emotions (Part 4)
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Psychological, behavioral, and ecological characteristics determine how well any given species adapts to artificial settings, which is why it’s important to consider the psychological qualities of orcas, including self-awareness, emotions, social complexity, and culture. Self-awareness, or phenomenology, is the capacity for introspection and the ability to recognize oneself as an individual separate from the environment and other individuals. Orcas have demonstrated several abilities indicative of self-awareness, including imitation, which requires an understanding of the relation between one’s own body and another’s. Another ability is mirror self-recognition - the ability to use a mirror to investigate one’s own body. In a study of their responses to mirrors, orcas show contingency checking behavior - a correlate of self-directed responses exhibited by most individuals who demonstrate mirror self-recognition.
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Orcas experience deep emotions and strong social attachments similar to humans. Observations of orcas include reports of long-range contact calling when separated from others, grieving behaviors, and helping (epimeletic) behaviors. In addition to helping or assisting individuals in distress, epimeletic behavior often involves adult individuals attending to a deceased individual by keeping them afloat, lifting, or pushing the individual. These types of behaviors have been characterized by scientists as expressions of bereavement or concern about the breaking of strong social bonds. The longest and best documented example of this bereavement behavior a free-ranging orca was from July through August 2018 in the Salish Sea off of Washington State. A 20-year-old orca known as J35 “Tahlequah” gave birth to a female calf who died within thirty minutes. The calf was carried on J35’s back, rostrum, and in her mouth for 17 days (slide 2). Other members of the pod, particularly her 8-year-old son, J47 Notch, were also observed carrying the dead calf.
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Caption: @cetacean.inspiration
Photo: Eric Gaillard, Center for Whale Research, Ingrid Visser

    Orca Psychology: Cognitive, Emotional, and Social Behavior, Self-awareness, and Emotions (Part 4)
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    Psychological, behavioral, and ecological characteristics determine how well any given species adapts to artificial settings, which is why it’s important to consider the psychological qualities of orcas, including self-awareness, emotions, social complexity, and culture. Self-awareness, or phenomenology, is the capacity for introspection and the ability to recognize oneself as an individual separate from the environment and other individuals. Orcas have demonstrated several abilities indicative of self-awareness, including imitation, which requires an understanding of the relation between one’s own body and another’s. Another ability is mirror self-recognition - the ability to use a mirror to investigate one’s own body. In a study of their responses to mirrors, orcas show contingency checking behavior - a correlate of self-directed responses exhibited by most individuals who demonstrate mirror self-recognition.
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    Orcas experience deep emotions and strong social attachments similar to humans. Observations of orcas include reports of long-range contact calling when separated from others, grieving behaviors, and helping (epimeletic) behaviors. In addition to helping or assisting individuals in distress, epimeletic behavior often involves adult individuals attending to a deceased individual by keeping them afloat, lifting, or pushing the individual. These types of behaviors have been characterized by scientists as expressions of bereavement or concern about the breaking of strong social bonds. The longest and best documented example of this bereavement behavior a free-ranging orca was from July through August 2018 in the Salish Sea off of Washington State. A 20-year-old orca known as J35 “Tahlequah” gave birth to a female calf who died within thirty minutes. The calf was carried on J35’s back, rostrum, and in her mouth for 17 days (slide 2). Other members of the pod, particularly her 8-year-old son, J47 Notch, were also observed carrying the dead calf.
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    Caption: @cetacean.inspiration
    Photo: Eric Gaillard, Center for Whale Research, Ingrid Visser

    2,562 42 16 July, 2019
    This isn't educational, it's just EXPLOITATION! Captive orcas, like this one at Marineland Antibes play no role in the marine ecosystem. They simply exist to generate income for the parks and aquariums that confine them! 🐬
Follow us @whales_orcas for more!👈
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📷 thanks to David Fernandez/Youtube for this video!

    This isn't educational, it's just EXPLOITATION! Captive orcas, like this one at Marineland Antibes play no role in the marine ecosystem. They simply exist to generate income for the parks and aquariums that confine them! 🐬
    Follow us @whales_orcas for more!👈
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    📷 thanks to David Fernandez/Youtube for this video!

    34,085 1,379 15 July, 2019