Most people QUIT on Day 3️⃣ (Heck I’ve quit on Day 2 in the past)
WHY?? —-Because CHANGE is pretty Hard.
It’s hard to give up our (well-made excuses). But it’s also HARD being uncomfortable in your mind/body for the rest of your life. You deserve MORE 🌟
Commit to the BEST you CAN Do.
You are WORTHY to Not Always Feel Defeated —BUT rather ✨EMPOWERED ✨— ❤️Not just in fitness but in life ❤️ Also...My Legs 🦵 are on FIYAH 🔥🔥🔥 in only 2️⃣0️⃣ Min
#transformyourmind #transformyourbody #60lbsdown #10yearchallenge #momof2 #sharkweek #icandohardthings
If you’re interested in Skydiving, Soldiering, Sharks, Conservation Adrenaline & Adventure, then come along on 30 April for a fast and furious talk on my favourite subjects..
Didn’t they make a movie called sharknado? Hollywood’s exploitation of “fear of the unknown” has had a devastating impact on our marine ecosystem. Since “Jaws” was released in 1975 the population of many species of sharks have dropped 50-90%. Sharks have very slow reproductive systems and can’t keep up with how fast we are killing them. They are extremely valuable members of a balanced ecosystem, and shouldn’t be fished into extinction. They simply aren’t the monsters Hollywood has portrayed them to be, just yesterday @oceanramsey
were peacefully free-diving with a massive great white called big blue. #oceanicphoto
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Nick helps our student Michelle apply a NOAA cooperative tag to this incredible sandbar shark (Carcharhinus plumbeus) during our second January Elasmobranch field course! Sandbar sharks mature late in life and have relatively low reproductive potential which impacts their ability to bounce back from overfishing. Even under current protections, federal management currently does not expect the population to recover until 2070!
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with one of the largest great white sharks in the world called Deep Blue, whilst dolphins play alongside them!
This one image demonstrates how wrong our human perceptions are about the animal kingdom. There is only one monster on this planet... and it walks on 2 legs!
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As requested by @jvsptr
! How cool is that? No wonder they’re such good hunters 😮🤩
Info from Oceana.org and sharks-world.com, pic from wikipedia.com
Asked by @kemcokga
. One of the most heartbreaking facts ever. ☹️ 90% in only five decades?! 💔
Info and pic from theguardian.com
Asked by @nicnyxx
Extinction means forever. Endangered means we still have time! Thankfully, no species of shark have gone extinct yet since the Paleolithic period, but 28% of the shark species are at risk of extinction :( That’s about 123 species of sharks ☹️
Info from sharksider.com and pic from wikipedia.com
‘s question! Perhaps people might say that whales are a lot less harmful just because they can be seen in captivity as trained. But did you know that sharks can be trained too? Maybe not perform tricks but they can be trained like dolphins to feed from keepers, roll over and enjoy “cuddles”! •
Info from whalefacts.org and telegraph.co.uk, pic from pnggal.com
Question asked by @anastasya_1012
! How cool is it that they have 4 reproduction techniques?! By the way, anyone recognize the characters in the picture? 🧐
Info from sharksider.com and pic from kidscreen.com
‘s question! More on unprovoked attacks: there are three main types of unprovoked attacks:
1. Hit-and-run attack: this attack is usually non-fatal, usually the shark bites and leaves but most victims do not see the shark. Most of this attack is caused by mistaken identity and usually occur in nearshore waters.
2. Sneak attack: this attack is extraordinarily rare to occur, this attack is predatory in nature and the victim may sustain multiple deep bites. These attacks occur in deep waters.
3. Bump-and-bite attack: the shark circles and bumps the victim before biting. Great white sharks are known to do this to attempt to identify what is being bitten. Depending on the reaction of the victim (thrashing or panicking can make them believe you are prey), this attack can be severe and usually occurs in deep waters.
Info from floridamuseum.ufl.uk and picture from redbubble.com
An adult Megalodon‘s tooth could grow up to 6 inches long and wide! Did you know? Some sharks can have over 50,000 teeth over the course of their lifetime! •
Fact and pic from fossilera.com
‘s question! 440 species of sharks living in every continent of the world! How cool is that?!
Fact from treehugger.com and pic from teacherspayteachers.com
‘s question! David Shiffman, a graduate student at the University of Miami who has become a social media authority on sharks, wrote in a Slate.com blog post that "there is absolutely no doubt whatsoever that these sharks are extinct and have been for millions of years. If a 50-foot-long predator that fed on surface animals and lived in coastal environments were still around, someone would have found evidence of this by now." (Information from livescience.com and pic credits to PADI.com)
As requested by @alivingstudent
! This is interesting because I don’t know too much about this species of shark myself, and this shark is incredibly unique so it was very interesting to learn about it! 😆 •
(Pic credits to TreeHugger.com and Information from sharksider.com)
‘s question! Unfortunately, shark finning is a serious issue and threat to the shark population, which is why I am raising awareness to go against this issue! 🦈❤️ •
(Pic credits to X-RayMag.com and info from aljazeera.com)
That’s very disheartening to hear ☹️ Blue sharks are super cute though! They have gigantic black eyes and pouty mouth that brings to mind a surprised child 👶🏻 (Fact from sharksiders.org)
Shark Fact #4
! Did you know that? Bamboo sharks are actually one of the smaller species of sharks, if you want to see them in real life you could visit Jakarta Aquarium and even touch them! 🦈😊 (Fact from sharksiders.com)
Shark Fact #3
! Did you know that? All the more reason to save them! They’re basically living dinosaurs! 🦕 🦈 (Fact derived from sharksavers.org)