Let the seas nurture your skin.

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The Sea was my first Love. The vast ocean was my companion growing up in the Florida Keys. 25 Years later we would start the business of skincare from the sea.

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The Sea Serum by SeaQuarius | Skin regenerating actives from exotic marine algae | Hyaluronic Acid | Helps create a soft, smooth and supple facial complexion
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California Academy of Sciences

Listen up, 🎶-lovers: NightLife at the California Academy of Sciences just dropped their 2016 LIVE line-up, & it's a beautiful thing. When the greenest museum on the planet is also SF's most-unique venue:

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Beach Life by Boho Beach Gipsy is with Sue Kidwell and 4 others.

I love this verse, that's how I feel about the sea
"She loved the sea. She liked the sharp salty smell of the air, and the vastness of the horizons bounded o...nly by a vault of azure sky above. It made her feel small, but free as well."
~ George R.R. Martin ~ #beachlife

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California Academy of Sciences

Rise & shine, little echinoderms! View of our sand dollar exhibit by biologist Tim Wong.

the intent of most of the garish paint jobs shown here was not to make the ships "invisible" while at sea. The idea was to make it difficult for an observer to determine the ship's facing and direction of travel. This was done to hopefully make it more difficult to target torpedoes and shells accurately via visual spotting. Even a few degrees of error in estimating a ship's course could mean the difference between a hit and a miss.

It's difficult to hide from an enemy when you're inside an enormous ship, or part of a vast Naval fleet. And yet many ships in history have been...

Deep! 190 feet, 1 breath, no fins. Congrats Mandy!

USA Freediving has announced that Mandy Sumner of Hawaii has won gold in the Constant No Fins discipline at the 2015 Freediving Depth World Championships in Limassol, Cyprus. Mandy performed a dive to 58 meters (190 feet), tying the performance of Sayuri Kinoshita of Japan. This is the USA’s first g…
Abalone season has been reopened for nearly 4 weeks now after the regular July closure. Unfortunately, the restarting of the season has led to another death, possibly due to rough conditions. Yoshihiro Ohhashi, 57, from Pleasanton was reported missing by his dive buddy shortly after noon Friday, the…

It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you sea.

hope your Easter was as magnificent as this sunrise!

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SeaQuarius is with Lori Lepri and 2 others.

Love is the Ocean!

Good night. Sleep tight..

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SeaQuarius is with Ningnong Yinglug.

The Sea is as close as we come to another world!

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Monterey Bay Aquarium

About to file taxes in California? Don’t forget to check the box for the Sea Otter Fund! Learn more about Toola, the otter that inspired the fund--and how your donation helps:

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Monterey Bay Aquarium

Find your inner child at the Aquarium. Kids aren’t the only ones who love the wave crash. Regress every 30 seconds. We won’t tell.


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Monterey Bay Aquarium

Sometimes, it’s hard to get out of bed in the morning. After a night of diving several hundred feet for fish, squid and crabs, harbor seals spend the day snoozing on rocks and beaches. Try to spot them with our Monterey Bay cam: (Photo: Katie Johnston)

≈ I Love the Pacific Ocean ≈ updated their cover photo.
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