Monica Paus
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Elysia diomedea #nudibranch

Elysia diomedea #nudibranch

tiny creatures <3

tiny creatures <3

http://sarauxyz.blogspot.com.br/2014/06/salva-vidas.html

http://sarauxyz.blogspot.com.br/2014/06/salva-vidas.html

'Blue Eyes' - A mora

'Blue Eyes' - A mora

Stingray. This is by far the strangest creature I've ever seen. I love it. Strangely beautiful --BH

Stingray. This is by far the strangest creature I've ever seen. I love it. Strangely beautiful --BH

http://www.duskyswondersite.com/sea-creatures-category/sealife/

http://www.duskyswondersite.com/sea-creatures-category/sealife/

A collection of beautiful ANEMONES ! ♥_________________________♥ Click the image and check out some Fishy Awesome T-Shirts - Perfect Xmas gift for your fish loving friends ♥_________________________♥ Relevant hashtags/topics anemone - sea - carpet anemone - clownfish - ocean - reef - saltwater - marine - pets - aquarium - fish - live - feeder - pretty - sea-Anemone

A collection of beautiful ANEMONES ! ♥_________________________♥ Click the image and check out some Fishy Awesome T-Shirts - Perfect Xmas gift for your fish loving friends ♥_________________________♥ Relevant hashtags/topics anemone - sea - carpet anemone - clownfish - ocean - reef - saltwater - marine - pets - aquarium - fish - live - feeder - pretty - sea-Anemone

Sea Pig! aka Scotoplanes globosa A deep sea, sea cucumber that grazes on fresh detritus. First one described was by H. Theel in 1882 as part of the famous HMS Challenger expedition. These guys live around 3 miles deep (and deeper) under the sea and so little is known about them. Currently, there are thought to be 4 species (2012). Class Holothuroidea. Photo credit - MBARI

Sea Pig! aka Scotoplanes globosa A deep sea, sea cucumber that grazes on fresh detritus. First one described was by H. Theel in 1882 as part of the famous HMS Challenger expedition. These guys live around 3 miles deep (and deeper) under the sea and so little is known about them. Currently, there are thought to be 4 species (2012). Class Holothuroidea. Photo credit - MBARI