This photo was taken just after the technical launch of one of the most iconic superyachts on the water today. Do you know which one?
Bull sharks can live in coastal areas in just about any place in the world. These sharks have the unique ability to thrive in both saltwater and freshwater habitats, which allow them to seamlessly navigate from the open ocean to shallow estuaries and rivers. “Super kidneys” are also able to remove a compound urea from the shark’s bloodstream makes survival possible wherever it may go. 📷: Shutterstock / AquariusPhotography #Oceana#Oceans#ProtectTheOceans#SaveTheOceans#Sharks
Most comb jellies, like this 2-inch Deiopea, named for a mythological water nymph, are hermaphroditic. They release both eggs and sperm, which then meet and fertilize in the open water. Though it's possible for comb jellies to self-fertilize, researchers don’t know how often this happens.