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Polka Dots - Cocos (Keeling) Islands by Karen Willshaw

Crab, Cocos Islands. I was once at the beach with my fiance and I buried his body up to the neck under the sand and then I found a baby crab, it was very little, a bit translucent and white. So I caught it and put it near my fiance's face. He is so scared of things like that he freaked out like crazy. Next time I go to the beach with him, I'll bury him again but I'll definitely put the baby crab on his nose!!!

How can you not love a polka-dot fish?

Potamotrygon Leopoldi: The Polka Dot Ray is a species of fish in the Potamotrygonidae family. It is endemic to Brazil. Its natural habitat is rivers. It is threatened by habitat loss.

Scalloped hammerhead Sharks (Sphyrna lewini) off the coast of Cocos Island, Costa Rica

Quokka and her baby. Rottnest Island off the coast of #WesternAustralia, August 2012. Photo: Caitlin Schokker, cadywaah via Flickr #Quokka

Cannonball Jellyfish | by Dauphin Island Sea Lab

Fara með krakkana að sjá lunda á Borgarfirði // Take the kids to see puffins in Borgarfjörður eystri // Puffins from bm_photo on flickr.com