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This weeks Energy reading available at YouTube > http://youtu.be/uxl_Fs1yhDk Welcome to this week’s Reading. The beginning of the week asks us to watch our thoughts. If we have any thoughts that we don’t wish to experience simply affirm “I cancel and delete that thought” The middle of the week says DREAM BIG! Don’t be afraid to dream big. If you have fears surrounding your dreams simply write them down on paper and dissolve them in water. The end of the week asks us to be observant. Notice the Synchronicities around you, these are a ripple of the amazing manifestation work that you have been doing!

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ℹ️ Though I do not support cetacean captivity, I found this photo of Ulises doing a breach was really good! Ulises is a 38 year old wild born male orca currently living in Seaworld San Diego. He was captured at around 3 years of age in Icelandic Waters. He is weighing around 9,570 pounds, and he’s 21 feet long. The easiest way to tell him apart is that unlike most other captive males, his dorsal fin only bends over partially, and it looks like a hook. —————————– —————————– Photo credits belong to @futureorkidtrainer_photography

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In 13 days begins and I can’t wait! I’m around Japan, solo and unsupported carrying all my kit and spares I’m raising money and awareness for @richardobarry @dolphin_project who campaign for the protection and welfare of worldwide. They help expose the brutal slaughter and hunting of dolphins in where many dolphins are sold into the rest slaughtered for meat which is contaminated with Mercury and other toxins to an unsuspecting public. My route takes me up 175000ft of climbing, that’s equivalent to 14 times and 40 times. Please support, donate and find out more at www.bike.cx. Thank you so much for your support

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Behavior Most sharks are especially active in the evening and night when they hunt. Some sharks migrate over great distances to feed and breed. This can take them over entire ocean basins. While some shark species are solitary, others display social behavior at various levels. Hammerhead sharks, for instance, school during mating season around seamounts and islands. Some shark species, like the great white shark, attack and surprise their prey, usually seals and sea lions, from below. Species that dwell on the ocean floor have developed the ability to bottom-feed. Others attack schooling fish in a feeding frenzy, while large sharks like the whale and basking sharks filter feed by swimming through the ocean with their mouths open wide, filtering large quantities of plankton and krill.

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