Water Dwellers.

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Ok so I can’t make this post all formal because I need to do this quick because we’re running out of time.

These are Maui Dolphins and they are one the cutest creatures I’ve ever seen. They are only found off the west coast of New zealand’s North Island. They only grow up to 1.7m long. 

Just today I found out there are only 55 of them left in the world and it makes me sad seeing my favourite animal facing extinction. So I need your help to spread the word and sign this petition to help save the last 55. All you need to do is enter your name, email address and the country you live in. It’s not that much, guys! 

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Please sign the petition and spread the word!

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Sea Lions, Australia

Photograph by David Doubilet

Called “the Audubon of this century” for the variety and proficiency of his marine photography, photographer David Doubilet has mastered the use of light to produce what one National Geographic editor calls “customary superb Doubilet shots.” Among them is this, a light-drenched photo of sea lions swimming in the waters of the Great Australian Bight in the Indian Ocean.

Sea Lions, Australia

Photograph by David Doubilet

Called “the Audubon of this century” for the variety and proficiency of his marine photography, photographer David Doubilet has mastered the use of light to produce what one National Geographic editor calls “customary superb Doubilet shots.” Among them is this, a light-drenched photo of sea lions swimming in the waters of the Great Australian Bight in the Indian Ocean.

(Source: National Geographic)