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    Clearly Beautiful: 10 Amazing Transparent Animals

    Being transparent (or nearly so) doesn't mean animals have nothing to hide. On the contrary, their lack of pigment can help them elude predators who literally see right through them. Transparency also allows creatures to conserve precious resources, a benefit anyone can clearly see.
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    natural looking betta tanks | have this ornament which could work with the style above:



    Coral Reef

    Faberge Seahorse

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    Helmet Urchins, or Shingle Urchins and in Hawaiian are called kaupali which translates to "cliff hanging." These urchins are found in the harsh intertidal zone of the volcanic shores of Hawaii.

    The little Sea Urchin on top is quite unusual. It was discovered by a research vessel near New Caledonia at a depth of 1000 ft.

    Alor Is. (Timor) - Indonesia. A Sea Star, Iconaster longimanus This starfish is quite the looker! It has so many different beautiful colors and it is very exotic looking. There are many different starfish species. You will find most of them hanging out in shallow warm water, close to sunlight

    Triplofusus giganteus (Kiener, 1840) Horse Conch

    Photojournalist Daniel Botelho snapped this stunning shot of a mola mola (ocean sunfish) more than two years ago, but it wasn't widely seen until this year. The ocean sunfish has an average adult weight of 1,000 kg (2,200 lb) — it's the largest bony fish in the world!

    Resonate | Animal Series_01 by si scott, via Behanc#Illustration #Fish #Si_Scott

    Warm Seasons Relaxing By The Ocean Soaking Up Saltwater and Sunshine Print

    Jellyfish Tanks and live pet Jellyfish for sale at Jellyfish Art | Buy Jellyfish and Jellyfish tanks

    Octopus by curiousprints: Vintage science poster. ##Illustration #Octopus #Vintage

    This would make a great tattoo


    coconut octopus or veined octopus. It is found in tropical waters of the western Pacific Ocean. It commonly preys upon shrimp, crabs, and clams, and displays unusual behaviour, including bipedal walking and gathering and using coconut shells and seashells for shelter. The contrast of the white suckers to the rest of the octopus and sea floor makes it look like it glows




    Whale Shark

    Sea horses, Philippines

    The translucent Pelagic Octopus