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Halloween Holothurians- so cool!

In Photos: Spooky Deep-Sea Creatures

Colorful shot of a purple and orange-colored sea cucumber with its tentacles spread out.

Polvo pelágico –Um polvo transparente que brilha no escuro. Foi documentado nadando em oceano aberto numa fenda na costa do Havaí

Criaturas inacreditáveis do fundo do mar - parte 2

Juvenile Cowfish Photograph by Chris Newbert, Minden Pictures A photographer’s strobe gives a violet sheen to this translucent juvenile roundbelly cowfish off the coast of Kona, Hawaii.

18 criaturas marinhas (parte 2) ~ Hadouken!

Christmas Tree Worm in coral reef of Bonaire, Dutch Antilles, Caribbean Sea (I LOVE these little guys! When you get just barely close enough they can sense you and then they ZOOM back into their tube!

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As 20 mais assustadoras criaturas das profundezas

The spotted handfish, Brachionichthys hirsutus, is a rare, endangered Australian deepwater fish. Its pectoral fins look like short arms with hands.

myhumbleadventure:Sea anemone seen at the Boston Aquarium in Boston, Mass. (2012)

Sea anemone - A beautiful natural work of art! From tumbler website - seen at the Boston Aquarium in Boston, Mass.

cação, ou tubarão.

Caribbean Reef Shark, Carcharhinus perezi by Todd Bretl Designed By Lisa Perrone…

ÁGUA VIVA BIOLUMINESCÊNCIA

Águas-vivas impressionantes

Aglantha digitale, also known as the pink helmet: found in northern seas and northern parts of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.

Tropical Dreams: Philippines - Underwater Wonder World

"Anemone City" by Henry Jager. From the dive site Anemone city at Wadi Gimal, Red Sea, Egypt ─ In this picture: Two-banded Anemonefish, Amphiprion bicinctus

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Águas-vivas impressionantes

Bell Jellyfish at the Birch Aquarium in La Jolla, California by Peter Csanadi

Arco-íris de fogo: veja como este estranho fenômeno ocorre

Arco-íris de fogo: veja como este estranho fenômeno ocorre

This "fire rainbow," or iridescent cloud, was captured over South Florida. They are technically known as iridescent clouds, a relatively rare phenomenon caused by clouds of water droplets of nearly uniform size.