Photo by @BrianSkerry. A pair of Unicorn Fish swim together at dusk along a deep drop-off in the waters off of Millennium Atoll, in the Southern Line Islands. Scientists on a National Geographic expedition to these remote Islands discovered a predator-heavy biomass in the reef ecosystems, with a coral cover of up to 100% in most locations. Though currently healthy, the ecosystem must maintain every living creature as a means of surviving. Herbivores like these surgeonfish graze on algae, keeping it from overgrowing the coral. Like a finely-made watch, each piece of the ecosystem works in harmony with all other components. When certain species are removed, the entire system breaks down.
Always so fun to meet up and coming country artists!🎶 @russelled sounded incredible and was a good sport to let me get a clip with him for my YouTube video👏🏻 Tag some of your favorite new country artists below so I can check them out!⬇️
I have to throw it back early because my phone is too full and I hadn't shared this with you. #Charleston is a #seaside city. So #seafood is their thing. But #boiledpeanuts (bottom right) is also a #southern thing (just not my thing)...oh and since they fry everything in the south...so #friedpickles are just above the boiled peanuts.