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Wonders of the Sea

There are approximately 27,300 species of fishes described by science. Many species have yet to be described and still others are likely entirely unknown. Estimates of the actual diversity of fishes vary, although many agree that in total there are probably about 31,500 different kinds of living fishes. There are more kinds of fishes than all the other groups of vertebrates combined. Thank you, God, one more time, for the amazing beauty you give us.


Wonders of the Sea

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Chromodoris geometrica | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Ascidian and nudibranch

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School of fish

Fish school under water

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Ricordia soft coral

Cup Coral

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Coral Flowers

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Beach ~ Dreamy Nature

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Thorn Star Fish

Star fish for casual and serious collectors

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Alexander Semenova - Arctic Biologist Shares Astonishing Sea Creatures With the World. (Alitta virens)

Beauty under the sea

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Moa - Guineafowl Pufferfish

Trunkfish

Coral Reef Photos » Fish

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Chromodoris willani are known for their "diamond encrusted" gills and rhinophores.

Diamonds are a Chromodoris willani's Best Friend | Featured Creature

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Sae Urchins

Hourglass Dolphins

Lagenorhynchus cruciger Hourglass dolphin

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Commerson's Frogfish (juvenile)

Hawaii Underwater - A Photo Diary

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Napoleon Wrasse

Anthias, Bligh Water, Fiji

Cute Fish in the World

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A young mature Male Green Cobra Guppy. To see more click on ... www.AquariumFish....

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Branching sea coral

Egypt - Red Sea - Marsa Alam area: flower coral (underwater photography by K.Osborn)

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Montipora digitata Also known as Velvet Coral. They can be found in the shallow waters of the Indo-Pacific and Red Sea.

Bryde's Whale (Bang-ta-boon, Thailand) feasting on anchovy by Apichart Tangcharoenbamroongsook