seriously, how can these wildpigs get more notes ( over 450 notes ) then my selfies haha?? soooo here you are another photoset of them . ..
Hourglass Dolphins | Lagenorhynchus cruciger
(by Greenpeace Esperanza)
Breaching gray whale near Edmonds.
Photo by Craig Smith, February 9, 2014.
Photoset reblogged from with 827 notes
Thresher sharks can be found along the continental shelves of North America and Asia, and have been identified in all of the world’s tropical oceans.They use their whip-like tail to gather and hit their prey. These sharks are known to eat schooling fish, cephalopods, and the occasional crab/shrimp
Also, i feel like i ought to put a lot of emphasis on how huge their tails are. Their tails account for about 33% of their total body weight. So depending on the size of the shark (averaging at about 250 pounds, although they have been known to weigh up to 700 pounds) their tail can weigh up to 82 pounds!
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