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Jewel anemones (Corynactis viridis) is so-called because of its spectacular colouration. Individuals may be bright green, orange, red, pink or white and the tentacles and their tips are typically contrasting colours

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clownfish

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orange jellyfish...beautiful

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Spinecheek Clownfish

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Moon tale fighter fish

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Jellyfish

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Chromodoris kuniei

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Sea apple

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Life underwater

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jellyfish

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Jasmine Coral

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Blue-lined Sabretooth Blenny (Plagiotremus rhinorynchos), resting inside a Tube Worm hole in Brain Coral. Also known as Tube-worm Blenny.

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Colors of the Rainbow, Under the Sea.--Our world is truly awe inspiring...

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Jellyfish

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The Opalescent Nudibranch, predatory mollusk with no shell

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Sea anemone

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Lizard Island octopus, found at the Great Barrier reef

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Jewel anemones (Corynactis viridis) are so called because of their spectacular coloring.

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Feather duster worm

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Mandarinfish

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sea anemones

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Reef Squid

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Cancun

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Feather star-Echonoderm

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