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Splendid Toad fish - only found in the waters around the island of Cozumel, Mexico - Seatech Marine Products & Daily Watermakers

Tropical Dreams: Philippines - Underwater Wonder World

"Anemone City" by Henry Jager. From the dive site Anemone city at Wadi Gimal, Red Sea, Egypt ─ In this picture: Two-banded Anemonefish, Amphiprion bicinctus

Tiger Fish by Erich Leo on Fivehundredpx

The 16 Most Beautiful Fish Pictures

Wow ! Colorful coral and Seahorses - sea life

Seahorses are found in shallow tropical and temperate waters throughout the world.named "Hippocampus" comes from the Ancient Greek word hippos. meaning "horse" and kampos meaning "sea monster".

Deadly Beautiful- Blue Ringed Octopus

I think this is my spirit animal! ⭐Greater Blue-ringed Octopus⭐ (Hapalochlaena lunulata) is one of three (or perhaps four) species of venomous blue-ringed octopuses.


Norbert Wu, Gossamer Jellyfish, look at that. a haute couture jellyfish. Quetzal by VisitGuatemala Beautiful little Mountain Bluebirds snugg.

You can never have too many nudibrachs.

*SAGAMINOPTERON PSYCHEDELICUM NUDIBRANCH ~ Originally described from Guam, this animal is now known from many parts of the tropical western Pacific Maximal size : 20 mm. Frequently on the reef flat zone and the fore reef zone. (psychedelicum, indeed.

Discus with fry

A fabulous parent, the Discus fish, carrying fry. The fry eat the slime coat off the parent. Discus are amazing parents taking turns and flashing from dark to lit when they want a break. The other parent goes dark and takes over.

Crocodile Fish by =Joerg-Lingnau Crocodile fishes, Cymbacephalus beauforti (Knapp, 1973), aka crocodilefishes, De Beaufort’s flatheads...

Cymbacephalus beauforti - the crocodile fish, a mottled brownish gray species of flatfish with fluorescent green markings criss-crossing its body. They often camouflage themselves on sheltered or semi-exposed reefs. (That is seriously creepy.

What took me so long to do a another sea post? I think I forgot the breath-taking variety and beauty in our seas.

Puffer Fish aren’t trying to poison you for sport. They’d really prefer not to be eaten at all. Their common name (they’re also known as blowfish) comes from their tendency to expand into prickly, unwieldy balls when threatened. Puffers accomplish this with the aid of their highly elastic stomachs and the sharp spines (modified scales) lining the outsides of their bodies.

ichthyologist: “ Starry Puffer (Arothron stellatus) The starry puffer is a marine fish that grows up to m in length. When threatened, it can swallow water or air to inflate itself.