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Walking shark, Hemiscyllium henryi, swimming. It's a new species first scientifically described in Date: 25-Sep-19
Walking shark, Hemiscyllium henryi, swimming. It's a new species first scientifically described in Date: 25-Sep-19
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Walking shark, Hemiscyllium henryi, walking along the seabed on its fins at night, looking for preys Date: 25-Sep-19
Walking shark, Hemiscyllium henryi, walking along the seabed on its fins at night, looking for preys Date: 25-Sep-19
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Twig with leaves in brown vase
Twig with leaves in brown vase
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Abstract landscape
Abstract landscape
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Portuguese man o war, Physalia physalis, at
Portuguese man o war, Physalia physalis, at
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Portuguese man o war, Physalia physalis, at Featured Image

Portuguese man o war, Physalia physalis, at

Portuguese man o war, Physalia physalis, at sunset. The gas-filled bladder, or pneumatophore, remains at the surface, while the remainder is submerged. Portuguese man o war have no means of propulsion, and move passively driven by the winds, currents, and tides. Strong winds may drive them into bays or onto beaches. Often, finding a single Portuguese man o war is followed by finding many others in the vicinity. Because they can sting while beached, the discovery of a man o war washed up on a beach may lead to the closure of the beach. Stings from a Portuguese man o war are often extremely painful. They result in severe dermatitis characterized by long, thin, open wounds that resemble those caused by a whip. These are not caused by any impact or cutting action, but by irritating urticariogenic substances in the tentacles. Using its venomous tentacles, a man o war traps and paralyzes its prey while reeling it inwards to the digestive polyps. It typically feeds on small marine organisms, such as fish and plankton. Azores, Portugal Date: 26-03-2020

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