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Raul Barreto BFRP (@raulbarretobfrp) Instagram Profile Photo raulbarretobfrp

Raul Barreto BFRP

image by Raul Barreto BFRP (@raulbarretobfrp) with caption : "regram @rioverdeoficial

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Existen cerca de 2000 especies de estrellas de mar, que están distribuidas en " - 1869309537509720878
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regram @rioverdeoficial @rioverdeoficial Existen cerca de 2000 especies de estrellas de mar, que están distribuidas en diferentes lugares del mundo y en distintas zonas marinas: desde las zonas más profundas a las costas y desde aguas templada a mares tropicales, todas son depredadoras que no desaprovechan ninguna oportunidad para consumir invertebrados, esponjas o de plancton. las estrellas de mar tienen sobre la superficie corporal unas pápulas llamadas también branquias dermales, las cuales son utilizadas para el intercambio de gases en el agua, cuando las sacas del agua se interrumpe este proceso y corren él riegos de morir, No saques ni por un segundo las estrellas del mar!! Porque @julz_narvaez #worldoceansweek

image by Río Verde (@rioverdeoficial) with caption : "Existen cerca de 2000 especies de estrellas de mar, que están distribuidas en diferentes lugares del mundo y en distinta" - 1869265701891922995
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Existen cerca de 2000 especies de estrellas de mar, que están distribuidas en diferentes lugares del mundo y en distintas zonas marinas: desde las zonas más profundas a las costas y desde aguas templada a mares tropicales, todas son depredadoras que no desaprovechan ninguna oportunidad para consumir invertebrados, esponjas o de plancton. las estrellas de mar tienen sobre la superficie corporal unas pápulas llamadas también branquias dermales, las cuales son utilizadas para el intercambio de gases en el agua, cuando las sacas del agua se interrumpe este proceso y corren él riegos de morir, No saques ni por un segundo las estrellas del mar!! Porque @julz_narvaez #worldoceansweek

Oceans Without Borders (@oceanswithoutborders) Instagram Profile Photo oceanswithoutborders

Oceans Without Borders

Instagram Image by Oceans Without Borders (@oceanswithoutborders) with caption : "One of the problems with plastics pollution is the breakdown of plastics into smaller and smaller pieces. These may then" at Vamizi Island - 1861589545985735898
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One of the problems with plastics pollution is the breakdown of plastics into smaller and smaller pieces. These may then be consumed by a variety of organisms including baby turtles, fish, birds and other animals. This photo of tiny pieces of plastic debris washed up along the shore at high tide was taken on a remote beach on Vamizi Island, a remote part of northern Mozambique many miles from any large human settlement. It offers an insight into just how much of this litter is out there in our oceans. . For tips on how to reduce plastics use check out our blog for 10 ways to live more sustainably (link in bio). By adopting a few simple daily habits and making them routine, we can all help leave our world a better place. ---------------------------------------------------------- Photo by @markziephoto ---------------------------- #worldoceansweek -------------------------------------------------------- @weareplasticaddicts

Turtle Industry (@turtle_industry) Instagram Profile Photo turtle_industry

Turtle Industry

image by Turtle Industry (@turtle_industry) with caption : "Everyone needs somebody to lean on sometimes! 🌊🐢 Quick—tag your best friend and let them know they’re turt-ally awesome!" - 1861285668309672114
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Everyone needs somebody to lean on sometimes! 🌊🐢 Quick—tag your best friend and let them know they’re turt-ally awesome! 💙 Stunning photo by @hal_brindley via @fathomlesslife #WorldOceansWeek

Susan Leong 🇫🇮🇨🇷 (@smleongfin) Instagram Profile Photo smleongfin

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@respectanimalrights Thank you @krusical for this. © 📷🎬 @krusical Kabo the Morkie (Maltese/Yorkie) walks along the 1.5 mile-long anti captivity banner, constructed of more than 17,000 panels of artwork created by students around the world (US, Mexico, Argentina, France, Germany, UK, Australia, NZ) to help free northern resident orca, Corky. A project initiated by Paul Spong's research organization, the . • Know of any schools or teachers who would like to become involved and help make Corky's banner even longer ?? Please DM me. • It's #worldoceansweek what are you doing to show your love ?? Still in New York wrapping up a fabulous blue week with some of the ocean’s best voices

Eco-ista (@_ecoista_) Instagram Profile Photo _ecoista_

Eco-ista

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It’s #worldoceansweek Plastic pollution doesn't just hurt marine species. ... When animals eat these plastic pieces, the toxins are absorbed into their body and passed up the food chain. As plastics break apart in the ocean, they also release potentially toxic chemicals such as bisphenol A (BPA), which can then enter the food web. ♻️🌏🐳🌊

ANTI THREE 🐬🐧🐋 (@respectanimalrights) Instagram Profile Photo respectanimalrights

ANTI THREE 🐬🐧🐋

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Thank you @krusical for this. © 📷🎬 @krusical Kabo the Morkie (Maltese/Yorkie) walks along the 1.5 mile-long anti captivity banner, constructed of more than 17,000 panels of artwork created by students around the world (US, Mexico, Argentina, France, Germany, UK, Australia, NZ) to help free northern resident orca, Corky. A project initiated by Paul Spong's research organization, the . • Know of any schools or teachers who would like to become involved and help make Corky's banner even longer ?? Please DM me. • It's #worldoceansweek what are you doing to show your love ?? Still in New York wrapping up a fabulous blue week with some of the ocean’s best voices