Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett took their darling lovely child, Hank Baskett Jr. out and about to The Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California earlier this week.
The marine life enchanted the little boy almost as much as he enchants us!
Could he be any cuter?
[Image via Pacific Coast News.]
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Remember that continent sized patch of garbage we were telling you about that is floating around the Pacfic Ocean? It turns out that was just the tip of the iceberg!
University of Washington oceanographer Giora Proskurowski has found evidence that suggests that
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James Cameron is not only an amazingly talented filmmaker, he's also crazy.
He is planning to dive to the bottom of the Mariana trench, the deepest point in the whole ocean.
And no, he's not funding some adrenaline-junkie scientists, he's going himself.
He wants to find out what's at the bottom of the 36,000ft deep trench. That's over 6.8 miles down!!
The pressure there is over 8 tons per square inch.
That's why he's crazy. Best of luck, Mr. Cameron.
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While vacationing in Honolulu, Hawaii, Victoria's Secret Angel Alessandra Ambrosio decided to take all of the fun out of surfing and take her surfboard canoeing instead. LOL!
We're only kidding! Paddleboarding is fun too!
The model spent Wednesday floating in the Pacific on her board with her husband, Jamie Mazur, at her side.
Check out more pics of Alessandra's gorgeous figure glistening in the Hawaiian sun below!
[Image via Mavrix Online.]
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This is an amazing story!
Three teenagers were rescued after spending 50 days adrift at sea in a small rowing boat.
The teens, Edward Nasau, 14, and Samu Perez and Filo Filo, both aged 15, were found Wednesday northeast of Fiji by a tuna vessel that had spotted them.
The boys survived on nothing but coconuts, raw fish, water trapped by a tarpaulin, and even a seabird that had landed in their boat.
One of fishermen who found them said, "In the physical sense they looked very physically depleted." but said that mentally, their spirits were very high.
The boys had been presumed dead and earlier this month, their families held a memorial service for them.
The fisherman added, "There's a lot of living left in them."
Wow. Unbelievable. So glad they were found alive and well.
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