Regranned from *mylostpetalert - SOLDOTNA, AK - Have you seen this lost dog? His name is "Gunner" and he has been missing since Nov 16 - last seen near Ellis automotive (on Kalifornsky Beach Road)
He is shy, especially around males. He is also neutered and He is wearing a red flannel collar. We are offering a $200 reward. We miss him very much
If you have seen Gunner, please visit our website at mylostpetalert.com to contact the owner.
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The 20 ft long beast died out in the 18th century because they were sitting targets for harpoon hunters, having no fear of humans.
Ribs of the creature were found jutting out of the seashore like a "fence". An eight hour dig showed that this was a rare find of the existence sea cow, once endemic to the waters of these islands between Russia and Alaska.
They found 45 vertebrae, 27 ribs, a left scapula and other bones on the headless creature.
Sightings of these sea cows were recorded by Arctic explorers before it died out.
The species was named after German explorer Georg Steller who first documented its existence during a voyage in 1741.
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One in a Million | Photograph by Ron Watkins (@scubarews)
“While searching for elusive salmon sharks in Port Fidalgo outside of Valdez, Alaska, we came across a vast moon jellyfish bloom. So we hopped in with our scuba gear to explore,” writes Your Shot photographer Ron Watkins. “While diving through this surreal environment of thick pulsating jellies, I came across a beautiful golden lion’s mane jellyfish feeding on the moon jelly.”
This photo was submitted to the Underwater category of the 2017 Nature Photographer of the Year photo contest. The grand prize winner will receive $7500; their winning image will be published in an upcoming issue of National Geographic magazine, and featured on the @natgeo Instagram account. To enter, go to the link in our profile. Good luck #YourShotPhotographer
You know the lights are bright when they show up this vividly despite the presence of a near full moon which is the equivalent to having a giant street lamp in the sky. No flashlight needed on a night like this!
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