Emperor Shrimp: This small shrimp is known for transporting itself around on the backs of other sea creatures that inhabit the same seas. Emperor shrimp have a very specific habitat and diet, and their overall characteristics and disposition are similar to most other shrimp. Live with nudibranches, sea cucumbers and holoturians. Typically found in the Indo-Pacific and Sulawesi regions.
Peacock Mantis Shrimp. Looks sure are deceiving here because this guy is what's known as a smasher, with club shaped raptorial appendages that it uses to repeatedly smash its prey until it can gain access to the soft tissue for consumption. It is reported to have a "punch" of over 50mph. The fastest punch of any living animal.
Peacock Mantis Shrimp
Wonderful photos of jellyfish by biologist turned photographer Alexander Semenov
Red-Lined Bubble Snail: This snail has a milky-white mantle with iridescent blue edges. There are small black eyes on the head between the head shield processes. The shell has a white background with horizontally spiraling red brown bands which are crossed by vertical bands in the same color. The length is 15 to 25 mm.
Red-lined bubble Snail
Clownfish and Bubble-Tipped Anemone. Photograph by David Doubilet. Bleached by high water temperatures, this bubble-tipped anemone is largely devoid of the algae that provide color as well as energy from photosynthesis. Though stressed, it will likely survive and continue to serve its clownfish. —Premnas biaculeatus (spine-cheek clownfish); Entacmaea quadricolor; Papua New Guinea