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itchy sea doggo in paradise harbour #antarctica 🇦🇶 crabeater seals are the most abundant pinniped in the antarctic, but a decline in sea ice and krill populations are threatening the species. unfortunately as our planet continues to warm, there simply won’t be enough krill to feed the millions of seals that currently inhabit the continent // #climatechange#ShotOniPhone // ...
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This is the wreck of the SS America. It was built in 1940 for the United States lines. She’s carried many different names over her 54 year life, including SS America, USS West Point, the SS Australis, the SS Italis, etc. In may of 1941 she was called for service by the U.S. Navy, where she served for five years until 1946. From 1946 - 1980 she successfully served once again as a passenger vessel, although she was shuffled between several owners, and went through several name changes. In the 1980’s she was sold to yet another owner, who had the intentions of refitting the vessel into a prison ship. When those plans fell through she was sold to another owner who planned to make the SS America into a five star hotel ship, but unfortunately those plans fell through as well. On new years eve of 1993 the SS America was towed from Greece. At some point through the Atlantic crossing the tow lines snapped, and all attempts to reattach the SS America to the tow ships failed. It was on January 18th that the America Star (SS America), ran aground at its final resting place off the west coast of Fuerteventura, in the Canary Islands. As of today not much remains of the wreck, and what is left is only visible at low tide. | Photo by: Pedro Lopez Batista | #abandonedworld ...