nevver:

Stormy weather, Dalton Portella

@2 months ago with 3494 notes
#weather #ocean 

emanuelco:

morning haze over south beach from a fire in the everglades.

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@2 months ago with 4865 notes
#landscape #ocean #weather 

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@4 months ago with 136691 notes
#ocean #landscape 

Between the Waves
1898
Ivan Aivazovsky

Between the Waves

1898

Ivan Aivazovsky

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@8 months ago with 49677 notes
#painting #art #ocean 

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@11 months ago with 241321 notes
#clouds #weather #ocean 

nevver:

Lost Horizon, Mark Jaremko

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@2 months ago with 819 notes
#landscape #ocean #weather 

whut-da-freak:

bootylicious-buggy:

dousethelightsofbelief:

definitelynotkevin:

jollydreamsxd:

(x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x)

There’s a reason why people have phobias of the open waters.

It’s called imagination.

Let’s hope Percy doesn’t have to deal with these buggers. The boy deserves a break.

These are my worst nightmares.


I love them.

oh so adorable such pretty monsters

*muffles screams* nO I’LL PASS.

I was thinking of going to the pool today……but not anymore

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@4 months ago with 51786 notes
#art #sea monsters #ocean 
topetpuppies:

kaldannan:

coelasquid:

movethisalong:

altruisticmorgan:

sonnetstockmar:

tentacritters:

11:03AM GMT 31 Oct 2008
 Staff believe that the octopus called Otto had been annoyed by the bright light shining into his aquarium and had discovered he could extinguish it by climbing onto the rim of his tank and squirting a jet of water in its direction. 
 The short-circuit had baffled electricians as well as staff at the Sea Star Aquarium in Coburg, Germany, who decided to take shifts sleeping on the floor to find out what caused the mysterious blackouts. 
 A spokesman said: “It was a serious matter because it shorted the electricity supply to the whole aquarium that threatened the lives of the other animals when water pumps ceased to work. 
 “It was on the third night that we found out that the octopus Otto was responsible for the chaos. 
 “We knew that he was bored as the aquarium is closed for winter, and at two feet, seven inches Otto had discovered he was big enough to swing onto the edge of his tank and shoot out the 2000 Watt spot light above him with a carefully directed jet of water.” 
 Director Elfriede Kummer who witnessed the act said: “We’ve put the light a bit higher now so he shouldn’t be able to reach it. But Otto is constantly craving for attention and always comes up with new stunts so we have realised we will have to keep more careful eye on him - and also perhaps give him a few more toys to play with. 
 “Once we saw him juggling the hermit crabs in his tank, another time he threw stones against the glass damaging it. And from time to time he completely re-arranges his tank to make it suit his own taste better - much to the distress of his fellow tank inhabitants.” 
This is one smart octopus.

No but for real though scientists have theorized that if the octopus had a longer life span, they would create underwater civilizations THAT IS HOW SMART THEY ARE

JUGGLING THE HERMIT CRABS

Babies

I was watching a documentary talking about what a strange anomaly cephalopod intelligence is, because typically intelligent, intuitive animals learn things either by forming social groups to exchange skills and ideas or by living long enough lives to try things and gain experience. But octopus are both solitary and short lived, they don’t teach each other things, they figure them out independently and alarmingly rapidly.

THIS IS FUCKING AMAZING.

OH MY GOD THERE’S AN OCTOPUS AT THE AQUARIUM I WORK AT TOO AND SHE ALSO RE ARRANGES HER TANK AND SHE PLAYS WITH LEGOS

topetpuppies:

kaldannan:

coelasquid:

movethisalong:

altruisticmorgan:

sonnetstockmar:

tentacritters:

11:03AM GMT 31 Oct 2008

Staff believe that the octopus called Otto had been annoyed by the bright light shining into his aquarium and had discovered he could extinguish it by climbing onto the rim of his tank and squirting a jet of water in its direction.

The short-circuit had baffled electricians as well as staff at the Sea Star Aquarium in Coburg, Germany, who decided to take shifts sleeping on the floor to find out what caused the mysterious blackouts.

A spokesman said: “It was a serious matter because it shorted the electricity supply to the whole aquarium that threatened the lives of the other animals when water pumps ceased to work.

“It was on the third night that we found out that the octopus Otto was responsible for the chaos.

“We knew that he was bored as the aquarium is closed for winter, and at two feet, seven inches Otto had discovered he was big enough to swing onto the edge of his tank and shoot out the 2000 Watt spot light above him with a carefully directed jet of water.”

Director Elfriede Kummer who witnessed the act said: “We’ve put the light a bit higher now so he shouldn’t be able to reach it. But Otto is constantly craving for attention and always comes up with new stunts so we have realised we will have to keep more careful eye on him - and also perhaps give him a few more toys to play with.

“Once we saw him juggling the hermit crabs in his tank, another time he threw stones against the glass damaging it. And from time to time he completely re-arranges his tank to make it suit his own taste better - much to the distress of his fellow tank inhabitants.”

This is one smart octopus.

No but for real though
scientists have theorized that if the octopus had a longer life span, they would create underwater civilizations THAT IS HOW SMART THEY ARE

JUGGLING THE HERMIT CRABS

Babies

I was watching a documentary talking about what a strange anomaly cephalopod intelligence is, because typically intelligent, intuitive animals learn things either by forming social groups to exchange skills and ideas or by living long enough lives to try things and gain experience. But octopus are both solitary and short lived, they don’t teach each other things, they figure them out independently and alarmingly rapidly.

THIS IS FUCKING AMAZING.

OH MY GOD THERE’S AN OCTOPUS AT THE AQUARIUM I WORK AT TOO AND SHE ALSO RE ARRANGES HER TANK AND SHE PLAYS WITH LEGOS

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@6 months ago with 118273 notes
#biology #octopus #ocean 

beastlyart:

hanniween:

bloodredroses22:

High Tide- Animation Short

I swear this is the cutest thing ever

Ugh what an adorable twist <3

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@11 months ago with 40682 notes
#animation #cute #ocean 

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@11 months ago with 464443 notes
#gif #ocean 
2 months ago
#weather #ocean 
2 months ago
#landscape #ocean #weather 
2 months ago
#landscape #ocean #weather 
4 months ago
#art #sea monsters #ocean 
4 months ago
#ocean #landscape 
topetpuppies:

kaldannan:

coelasquid:

movethisalong:

altruisticmorgan:

sonnetstockmar:

tentacritters:

11:03AM GMT 31 Oct 2008
 Staff believe that the octopus called Otto had been annoyed by the bright light shining into his aquarium and had discovered he could extinguish it by climbing onto the rim of his tank and squirting a jet of water in its direction. 
 The short-circuit had baffled electricians as well as staff at the Sea Star Aquarium in Coburg, Germany, who decided to take shifts sleeping on the floor to find out what caused the mysterious blackouts. 
 A spokesman said: “It was a serious matter because it shorted the electricity supply to the whole aquarium that threatened the lives of the other animals when water pumps ceased to work. 
 “It was on the third night that we found out that the octopus Otto was responsible for the chaos. 
 “We knew that he was bored as the aquarium is closed for winter, and at two feet, seven inches Otto had discovered he was big enough to swing onto the edge of his tank and shoot out the 2000 Watt spot light above him with a carefully directed jet of water.” 
 Director Elfriede Kummer who witnessed the act said: “We’ve put the light a bit higher now so he shouldn’t be able to reach it. But Otto is constantly craving for attention and always comes up with new stunts so we have realised we will have to keep more careful eye on him - and also perhaps give him a few more toys to play with. 
 “Once we saw him juggling the hermit crabs in his tank, another time he threw stones against the glass damaging it. And from time to time he completely re-arranges his tank to make it suit his own taste better - much to the distress of his fellow tank inhabitants.” 
This is one smart octopus.

No but for real though scientists have theorized that if the octopus had a longer life span, they would create underwater civilizations THAT IS HOW SMART THEY ARE

JUGGLING THE HERMIT CRABS

Babies

I was watching a documentary talking about what a strange anomaly cephalopod intelligence is, because typically intelligent, intuitive animals learn things either by forming social groups to exchange skills and ideas or by living long enough lives to try things and gain experience. But octopus are both solitary and short lived, they don’t teach each other things, they figure them out independently and alarmingly rapidly.

THIS IS FUCKING AMAZING.

OH MY GOD THERE’S AN OCTOPUS AT THE AQUARIUM I WORK AT TOO AND SHE ALSO RE ARRANGES HER TANK AND SHE PLAYS WITH LEGOS
6 months ago
#biology #octopus #ocean 

Between the Waves
1898
Ivan Aivazovsky
8 months ago
#painting #art #ocean 
11 months ago
#animation #cute #ocean 
11 months ago
#clouds #weather #ocean 
11 months ago
#gif #ocean