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Fangtooth moray eel in a night dive.

Fangtooth Moray Eel: The Fangtooth Moray (sometimes Tiger Moray) is a moray eel of the family Muraenidae found throughout the eastern Atlantic Ocean, including the Canary Islands and Madeira. The Fangtooth Moray is distinctive for its bright yellow colour

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Luminescent color

I need a bathing suit in this color! Beautiful, almost translucent, Coral colored Sea (Species: Phyllodesmium poindimiei) Slug

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Beautiful Close-Up Underwater Photos of Luminous Sea Creatures

These underwater portraits of creatures who inhabit the sea are filled with such character and life. Hawaii-based photographer Joshua Lambus documents the amazing detail of many aquatic species,.

Blue ribbon eel with wide open mouth.

Do Jellyfish Have Brains? and Another Fun Facts You Need to Learn About Jellyfish

Rhinomuraena quaesita ~ The ribbon eel, also known as the leaf-nosed moray eel or bernis eel, is a species of moray eel, the only member of the genus Rhinomuraena.

The Pacific blackdragon is a deep sea fish, that can be found up to depths of up to 3,300 ft. Female blackdragons are about two feet long and have fang like teeth and a long chin whisker. They are black on the outside, as well as on the inside to prevent light from swallowed bio-luminescent prey shining out.  From Funny Little World

Underwater Photography: Pacific Black Dragonfish, Monterey Bay, California

How did an underwater photographer get this photo of a Pacific black dragonfish (Idiacanthus antrostomus)? He was part of a project documenting deep-sea animals found in Monterey Bay, California.


Lizard Fish Found in tropical and subtropical waters around the world at depths of at most.