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Jelly fish - siphonophore, scyphomedusa 

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Siberian Tiger (Panthera tigris altaica)

illustration of One of 15 images created in Photoshop for the Monterey Bay Aquarium childrens' book Jellyfish Inside Out. I worked directly with MBA marine biologists and the author who provided video images and still photography.
Next illustration of The world's largest Pinniped, the Walrus, Odobenus rosmarus, has a nearly circumpolar range. Tusks are present in adults of both genders, but are larger and longer in the male. Walruses use their tusks to rake the muddy substrates in the near shore continental shelves. Their whiskers help detect of prey, typically shellfish, hiding in the muck. Walruses have been recorded as staying submerged for almost 24 minutes per dive.

Walrus herd Wrangel Island Siberia Springtime

One of 15 images created in Photoshop for the Monterey Bay Aquarium childrens' book Jellyfish Inside Out. I worked directly with MBA marine biologists and the author who provided video images and still photography.

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