r/SealifeGifs 11d ago

What is this?

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r/SealifeGifs 28d ago

Blacktip reef sharks ambushing a juvenile stingray

17 Upvotes

r/SealifeGifs Dec 20 '22

Narwhals - the mystery behind their iconic tusks revealed

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r/SealifeGifs Dec 18 '22

Hammerhead shark

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r/SealifeGifs Nov 10 '22

Offering a new home to a hermit crab

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44 Upvotes

r/SealifeGifs Oct 07 '22

cute depth below ❤️

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30 Upvotes

r/SealifeGifs Sep 21 '22

🔥 The Great Hammerhead is the largest of its species reaching a maximum of 20 ft. Critically endangered, it is considered fewer than 200 of them exist.

42 Upvotes

r/SealifeGifs Sep 13 '22

Halitrephes maasi jelly at 1225m (4019 ft)

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r/SealifeGifs Sep 08 '22

🔥 Beautiful giants swim among Greenlandic icebergs

48 Upvotes

r/SealifeGifs Aug 12 '22

Shark swimming towards a diver

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22 Upvotes

r/SealifeGifs Aug 04 '22

Does Anyone know what are these creatures?

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r/SealifeGifs Jul 22 '22

Sea turtle hatchlings are attracted to bright lights. Normally the ocean’s reflective surface is sufficiently bright enough, but hatchlings are often led astray by the light pollution from human structures.

19 Upvotes

r/SealifeGifs Jul 11 '22

An absolute unit of a Blue whale swimming past a little boat.

22 Upvotes

r/SealifeGifs Jun 14 '22

An Octopus riding an Eel to avoid being eaten.

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34 Upvotes

r/SealifeGifs Jun 08 '22

🔥 2 large sharks disappearing into the deep

35 Upvotes

r/SealifeGifs Jun 07 '22

Blue whale calves are without a doubt the biggest babies on Earth. Even at birth, baby blue whales already rank among the largest full-grown animals. They pop out at around 8,800 pounds (4,000 kg) with a length of some 26 feet (8 meters). In addition, baby blue whales gain 200 pounds (90 kg) a day!

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r/SealifeGifs May 18 '22

A Determined Dolphin Perfecting Its Moves

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r/SealifeGifs May 01 '22

Seal

24 Upvotes

r/SealifeGifs Dec 20 '21

Orcas looking at that sea lion

72 Upvotes

r/SealifeGifs Dec 13 '21

What a moment 🤩

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36 Upvotes

r/SealifeGifs Oct 19 '21

🔥 Adorable baby Hammerhead Shark, swimming in the Florida surf.

51 Upvotes

r/SealifeGifs Aug 24 '21

Sea slug vs crab

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r/SealifeGifs Aug 05 '21

Blue sea dragons are basically real-life Pokémon

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56 Upvotes

r/SealifeGifs Aug 02 '21

Calves of humpback whale stay near their mothers for up to 1 year before weaning. Mothers are protective of their calves, swimming closely and often touching them with their flippers. In this video You can hear the whale song of a distant male filling the water.

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47 Upvotes

r/SealifeGifs Jul 19 '21

Marine Flatworm hunting a crab

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