Peacock Mantis Shrimp- beautiful but deadly. These Mantis Shrimps can punch things with 1500N of force- more than enough to break a glass aquarium! Definitely wouldn't want to get into a fist fight with one of these voracious things...
A diver swims in the shadow of a 16-feet wide manta ray. Diver and professional photographer Franco Banfi snapped this in the water off the coast of the Socorro and San Benedicto Islands in the Pacific OceanPicture
SCARLET BADIS:temperature 65F-78F, suitable for unheated tank; needs a planted aquarium with plenty of caves and hiding places; a whole lot of personality in a tiny fish; males are larger and more colorful than females; can be difficult to feed, as they don't readily accept flakes; Tank mates- ghost shrimp, kuhli loaches, neon tetras, micro rasboras, Endler's livebearer, cherry shrimp, snails, platies, white cloud mountain minnow, celestial danio
Flaring the gills that give the species its name, a frilled shark swims at Japan's Awashima Marine Park on Sunday, January 21, 2007. Sightings of living frilled sharks are rare, because the fish generally remain thousands of feet beneath the water's surface.