Jared MunchIt, a Minnesota man, traveled from Lake Superior to The Arctic Ocean all on a paddle board! The journey in whole was near 912 miles and took 37 days. 23 of the days were spent on Lake Superior, and the rest were spent going up a river and down another to get to the ocean. What determination (and most likely sore arms) he has!
Scallop eyes are one of the many wonders in the sea that scientists continue to work to understand. Depending on the species, some scallops can have up to 200 small eyes all around their bodies. Scallop eyes are set up pretty differently than our own. As light enters into the scallop eye, it passes through the pupil, a lens, two retinas, and then reaches a mirror made of crystals of guanine at the back of the eye. The curved mirror reflects the light onto the interior surface
Five pilot wales were spotted washed up on the shores of Redington Beach, FL. Deputies from FWC and professionals from the Clearwater Marine Aquarium along with hundreds of volunteers helped to get the whales back to safety. Pilot whales travel in packs, so when one becomes beached, often there are multiple. 3 of the whales were brought back into deeper water by boat, and were tagged with GPS for further monitoring. 2 where brought to a rehabilitation center in Tarpon Springs
Watch as these baby manatees get bottle fed by a sea world employee. The baby manatee's names are José, Dex and Ursula, and they were rescued in September 2017 after Hurricane Irma separated them from their parents.They were brought to the SeaWorld Rescue Team at SeaWorld Orlando.The baby manatees are bottle-fed every three hours with an infant formula that contains plant oils, protein sources, coconut oil, macadamia nut oil and sustainably harvested palm oil. What an adorabl
A group fishing in the San Francisco Bay got a catch they are surely not to forget, a great white shark! The fisherman thought he had hooked a large sevengill shark, so they pulled the anchor up and let the shark drag the 26 ft boat around while they fought to reel it in. The shark pulled the boat for nearly 2 miles! When the fishermen finally were able to get the shark to the top, they were able to see what it was, and they were shocked! They estimated it to be around 6-8 fo