Fish


Fish

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Shark

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Kelp Forest

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Sea Turtle

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Jellyfish

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After the whale shark, the basking shark is the second largest living fish, and can grow up to 32 feet long. These sharks are often mistaken for plesiosaurs, a group of long-necked, predatory marine reptiles that lived at the time of the dinosaurs

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kelp

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Bright Red Gorgonian Soft Coral Flares by Jason Edwards

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Fluorescent Jellyfishes

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*Spotted Jelly, (Mastigias papua)

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via Flickr.

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nudibranch via Flickr.

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Lacy Scorpionfish, via Flickr.

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Christmas tree worm? via Flickr.

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purple sea slug

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Blenny

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Pink fluorescent anemone with a Red Sea Anemone fish @ 30m depth in Woodhouse Reef, Tiran(Sharm El Sheikh), Egypt. This photo is shot with a magic filter without the use of strobes. If the same shot was done with strobes the original color of the anemone would have been replaced with a brownish/yellow while it would be possible to capture the fish in better quality.

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(Sakuraeolis gerberina) Nudibranch laying eggs.

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Jewel Anemone

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Red and green open brain coral

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Southern giant clam

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Alor - Indonesia, Stella marina, Sea Star, Starfish, Iconaster longimanus - what a beautiful pattern

Alor - Indonesia, Stella marina, Sea Star, Starfish, Iconaster longimanus

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Mantis Shrimp - colorful and popular in Japanese cuisine, the Smasher version of the shrimp boasts powerful "hammers" disguised as claws that hit with an instantaneous force of 1,500 newtons. Combine that with 23 m/s speed from a standing start (similar to a .22 caliber bullet) and you have a real problem on your hands. Reports also show one captive mantis shrimp broke through a quarter-inch glass aquarium! - this little guy?

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Violet-spotted Reef Lobster (Enoplometopus debelius)

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Harlequin Shrimp

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Colorful jellyfish

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