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♀ Underwater photography animals kingdom Napoleon Wrasse (Cheilinus undulatus). Photo by Gary Brennand
'Napoleon Wrasse Cheilinus Undulatus' from Cairns, Australia. sea life, animals, ocean, ocean life, aquatic animals, fish, fishes, marine biology, water, under water life #sealife #marine
This is a ‘Napoleon Wrasse Cheilinus Undulatus’ from Cairns, Australia. "How about a kiss?"
Pet one of these at the great barrier reef / 2011 / The humphead wrasse is the largest living member of the family Labridae, with males reaching 6 feet (2 m) in length, while females rarely exceed about 3 feet (1 m). It has thick, fleshy lips and a hump that forms on its head above the eyes, becoming more prominent as the fish ages. Males range from a bright electric blue to green, a purplish blue, or a relatively dull blue/green.
My cousins actually have one of these freaky little things living in an aquarium in their basement. Yikes!!
✯ This tiny blenny in Raja Ampat delviers what photographers crave.:: Photo by Tanya G. Burnett ✯
titan triggerfish. heard some horror stories about these things. more scared of these than anything.
Flame Jellyfish <-- gasp. I want a salt water fish tank just so i can have Jelly Fish in it! #Dream
Squat lobster in Indonesia
'The Piglet' (2010) photographed by Polpich Komson. Nudibranch. via Nauticam Thailand on flickr
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What? I have spinach on my teeth?!~♥~
Nautilus, by Sam Pryor...would love to see one of these while diving but they usually live at deep depths
Pontohi Pygmy Seahorse - Bunaken
A white pelican with what might be a catfish, photographed last spring at Minnesota's Lac qui Parle wildlife management area.