Yes it is a meditating monkey! Probably the best photo ever taken..🐵😝 A family of monkeys were living outside my beach bungalow in the delicious slice of paradise which is @whynambeach when one morning #rafiki decided to calm his monkey mind infront of me, thanks mate 🙏💜🐒
Being able to have a close look at the gray whales has been one of the best experiences I’ve had while traveling; just looking at these big creatures (they weight more than 30 tons!) jumping out of the water makes up for the whole trip 🤩🐳
Photo Credit: @erinsheffield_photography
We are extremely lucky in Cornwall to routinely see grey seals, a globally rare seal species only present in the north Atlantic. The UK is home to 38% of the entire world’s population based on pup production. Grey seals can be found all around the Cornish coast – at sea or hauled out on beaches, offshore rocks or hidden away in remote sea caves. These places are established seal hot spots routinely visited by seals as they move around the Celtic Sea. Incredibly adapted for life at sea, grey seals dive to depths of 120m (slowing their heart from a rate similar to yours to just a few beats a minute and using oxygen stored in their both their blood and muscles) they forage on the sea bed for their preferred prey species – sand eels and dragonets.
To find out more on seals make sure you check out https://www.cornwallsealgroup.co.uk and all the great work they do #cornwallsealgroup