Pink jellyfish in an emerald sea
Neon Pink Ricordea Yuma: Most probably won't look too great under actinic lighting, but gorgeous under regular lighting.
*Underwater Macro of a Garden Eel (by Rivo Malonda)
Group of Bigeye travellies at Cabo Pulmo National Park, Mexico photo by Octavio Aburto
Phyllodesmium poindimiei, the tentacles look like they're glowing
Vittoria Amati photographs the marine life around the coral reefs of Sulawesi, Indonesia
The pistol shrimp is only 1–2 inches (3–5 cm) long. It is distinctive for its disproportionately large claw, (larger than half the shrimp’s body) which does not have pincers at the end. Rather, it has a pistol-like feature made of two parts. A joint allows the “hammer” part to move backward into a cocking position like a gun. When released, it snaps into the other part of the claw, creating a cavitation bubble capable of stunning fish and breaking small glass jars.
Pistol shrimp-amazing neon color.