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Sir David Attenborough has a lot to learn from Zefrank's True Facts series. If you're looking for something to procrastinate with, watch his series. ##humor #octopus #true #factscommon.seeMore
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You think you know sharks? This will make you reconsider. #shark #factscommon.seeMore
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The sea ANEMONE gets its name after the terrestrial anemone flower. Although sea anemones are mostly poisonous only to their prey, some species are known to be highly toxic to humans. It is estimated that there are more than 1,000 species found all over the world at varying depths in the oceans but most of them prefer the warmer tropical waters. #scubamobile #anemone #facts #underwater #realdiving #reef #coral #save #sea #blueocean common.seeMore
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Sea Cucumbers serve a useful role in the marine ecosystem as they help recycle nutrients, breaking down detritus and other organic matter. #scubamobile #seacucumber #sea #facts #reef #realdiving #ecosystem #picoftheday #cucumber common.seeMore
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Lionfish are native from the Pacific Ocean but they recently appeared in the West Atlantic and Caribbean Sea after they managed to escape from a private aquarium. They do not have natural enemies in these areas and they easily eliminate native species when competing for space and food. #scubamobile #lionfish #facts #picoftheday #realdiving #marinelife #caribbean #invasive common.seeMore
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Hermit Crabs often have growths of algae or other organisms on their shells and also have symbiotic relationships with anemones. Anemones attach to their shells and both organisms benefit. The anemone stings potencial predators and helps hermits crabs blend in. The anemone benefits by eating the leftovers of the crab’s meal. #scubamobile #facts #hermitcrab #videooftheday #symbiosis #algae #anemone #realdiving #reef #mexico #playadelcarmen common.seeMore
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We had fun with this list of 10 quirky underwater facts. #underwater #facts #quirky #listcommon.seeMore
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We'll never get tired of learning facts like these. #strange #oddities #science #factscommon.seeMore
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Fish derive many benefits from shoaling behavior including defense against predators, enhanced foraging success and a higher success in finding mate 🐟🐟🐟🐟 #scubadiving #school #fish #picoftheday #facts #realdiving #sun #reef #caribbean #mexico #rivieramaya common.seeMore
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Hunting time! Barracudas have very sharp, dagger-like teeth which prevent slipping of the prey from the mouth. Their diet consists of different types of fish: groupers, anchovies, mullets, snappers. Shiny object a attract barracuda’s attention. Because of that they usually hunts fish with golden or silver scales. #scubamobile #barracuda #hunting #fish #reef #picoftheday #facts common.seeMore
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The Trumpetfish is one of the super stars that we can find in our reefs in Playa del Carmen and Cozumel. One of its particularities is that the female transfers the eggs to the male after courtship. The male then fertilizes them and they remain with him until they hatch. #scubamobile #divecenter #trumpetfish #facts #reef #realdiving #caribbean #marinelife #picoftheday #photooftheday common.seeMore
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Stingrays are flattened fish closely related to sharks. They have no bones in their body - their skeleton is made up of flexible cartilage the same as ears and nose in humans. #Scubamobile #facts #stingray #realdiving #reef #videoftheday #playadelcarmen #rivieramaya common.seeMore
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