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Amphiprion perideraion hosting a Heteractis Magnifica

Pink anemonefish (Amphiprion perideraion) on the Pintu Colada dive site, Lembeh, Indonesia | Flickr - Photo by Rowland Cain

Amphiprion nigrigis (Black-Finned Anemonefish) - Maldives |

An anemone fish is hiding in its host anemone. S)

A cold water reef in California is host to a starfish and a bright orange garibaldi

Pelagia noctiluca, (Águilas, Spain) by Alfonso Gonzalez: In Latin, Pelagia means "of the sea", nocti stands for night and luca means light and As its name implies P. noctiluca has the ability to bioluminesce. Light is given off in the form of flashes when the medusa is stimulated by turbulence created by a ship’s motion or by waves. This flashing is only of relatively short duration and gradually fades.

Beluga! by rarecollection.ch, via Flickr #Whale #Beluga


Mouth of the Manta Ray


Beautiful Sleeping Flamingo ♥ by shine-mnb: No one knows for sure why flamingoes stand on one leg. Theories include conservation of body heat and promoting ciriculation. http://www.wisegeek.org/why-do-flamingos-stand-on-one-leg.htm #Photography #Flamingo

Red Spotted Rockskipper, a.k.a. Blue-dashed Rockskipper (Blenniella periophtalmus). "This small blenny is only about 3 cm long, and has found himself a home in a hole under encrusting corals. Picture taken in Kume Jima, a small island close to Okinawa, Japan, 3 m deep, on top of a very lively reef." #fish #colorful #animal #white #red #color #nature #sea #ocean #marine #life #photography





Oceans | Océanos - #Oceans - #Sea

Coconut octopus in a shell

The Ocean Is Scary


Lobster by BarryFackler