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Yellow-mouth Moray Eel - ©Steven Kovacs (via Smithsonian Ocean Portal)

✯ Yellow-mouth Moray Eel in the Red Sea :: Eilat, Israel :: Photographer Steven Kovacs✯

Sea Pen | orange-sea-pen

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Orange Sea Pen (Ptilosarcus gurneyi) found in temperate waters of the northeastern Pacific. Each Pen is a colony of polyps -- the primary polyp loses its tentacles and becomes the stalk, with a bulb as its base.

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cool Beautiful. by http://www.dezdemon-exoticfish.space/tropical-fish/beautiful/

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Stock Photo of Many-spotted Sweetlips juvenile. High Quality Many-spotted Sweetlips Images and Gloss Prints are available from Oceanwide Images Stock Photo Library.

Stunningly beautiful! | under the sea | | oceanlife | | amazing nature | #oceanlife #amazingnature https://biopop.com/

The Ocean is home to some of the most beautiful creatures! Ocean Beauties//Lets show our ocean some love

Knobby Argonaut

Argonauta nodosa aka knobby or knobbed argonaut aka "paper nautilus" is a species of pelagic octopus.

Pair of Honeycomb Moray Eels ▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓ Gᴀʙʏ﹣Fᴇ́ᴇʀɪᴇ ﹕ Bɪᴊᴏᴜx ᴀ̀ ᴛʜᴇ̀ᴍᴇs ☞ http://www.alittlemarket.com/boutique/gaby_feerie-132444.html ▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓▒░▒▓█▓

Pair of Honeycomb Moray Eels (Gymnothorax favagineus), North Male Atoll, Indian Ocean, Maldives.

See an enemy what a super Duper picture this is. No?

King Bird of Paradise Zebra Stripes Sea Anemone ~ Nick Hobgood bird of paradise

Kuchi, Kuchi, Kuchi--Chromodoris kuniei

Chromodoris kuniei nudibranch--kind of reminds me of that famous photo of Marilyn Monroe.

Nudibranch ( Hypselodoris apolegma )(Risbecia apolegma) by Eva

Nudibranch ( Hypselodoris apolegma )(Risbecia apolegma) "say that three times fast"

I'd be afraid to get lost in all those feesh!

Photographer and marine biologist Octavio Aburto snapped the images of the "fish tornado". Images of an underwater fish "tornado" were captured at Cabo Pulmo National Park in Mexico.

The Sawfish, a ray, is an Elasmobranch and like its fellow group members (sharks, rays and skates) has a cartilaginous skeleton. It uses its saw (characterized by toothlike structures called denticles) for defense and for feeding by slashing its saw from side to side along the ocean floor, dislodging prey and likely by slashing through schools of fish, stunning or injuring them before consuming them via the ventral mouth. The largest species has been documented to weigh in at over 5,000lbs…

Types of Sharks: a Mammal or Fish? About Facts and Other Interesting Questions

The Sawfish, a ray, is an Elasmobranch and like its fellow group members (sharks, rays and skates) has a cartilaginous skeleton. The largest species has been documented to weigh in at over Sawfish were revered by the Aztecs as "Earth Monsters".

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