@NatGeo
National Geographic
8 days ago
In 2014, Explorer and marine biologist David Gruber and his team identified more than 180 new species of biofluorescent fish—including the first biofluorescent sea turtle https://t.co/iEb884WhG7
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@NatGeo
National Geographic
8 days ago
With fellow Nat Geo Explorers @sgero, and Robert Wood and other scientists, @ProjectCETI is applying machine learning and robotics to listen to and translate the communication of whales https://t.co/CTKyof5dwS
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@ibrahimpatel007
Ibrahim Patel 🤚
8 days ago
@NatGeo Beutiful seen 👍
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@VikingHumor
Blue
8 days ago
@NatGeo One call, that's all.
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@peacock_abioye
AMOO
8 days ago
@NatGeo It's quite beautiful down there. So many species still abound to be explored.
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@CandyBe42995434
Candy Bee
8 days ago
@NatGeo Jerry Garcia said that he would never have done drugs if only he had discovered diving first. My new journey will be to learn scuba diving. How mystical. I love colors and life so much.
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@Couker7
Couker
8 days ago
@NatGeo Va t'il s'en prendre à John Mcclane ?
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@ge85865780
Chris George
7 days ago
@NatGeo Thank you, David, to you and your team for giving us closer look into the beauty at the bottom of the sea. I love it and it's an absolutely amazingly beautiful seaworld of biofluorescent species.
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@kay_taga
Kay Taga
7 days ago
@NatGeo It's just beautiful like a new world that we always took for granted... so very colorful which just shows how great God is.💖Excellent teaching resource for me! Thank you Nat Geo.
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@MariaSa81970521
Maria Salinas
6 days ago
@NatGeo Extraordinary 🤍 thank you...
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