This bulbous red fish with spiky scales and foot-like fins is a species of Sea Toad (Chaunacops coloratus)that has never been seen alive - until now! Researchers are thrilled to have spotted this rare deep-sea fish in its natural habitat. In addition to documenting it "walking" along the ocean floor and fishing with their built-in lures they've documented that it actually changes color from blue to red as it ages.

This bulbous red fish with spiky scales and foot-like fins is a species of Sea Toad (Chaunacops coloratus)that has never been seen alive - until now! Researchers are thrilled to have spotted this rare deep-sea fish in its natural habitat. In addition to documenting it "walking" along the ocean floor and fishing with their built-in lures they've documented that it actually changes color from blue to red as it ages.

A turtle swims through a make-shift underwater car wash, surrounded by a bright shoal of yellow tangs eager to rid him of algae that had collected on his shell. Photographer Masa Ushioda captured the sight off the coast of Kailua Kona, in Hawaii. I swam with these sweeties. Epic.

A turtle swims through a make-shift underwater car wash, surrounded by a bright shoal of yellow tangs eager to rid him of algae that had collected on his shell. Photographer Masa Ushioda captured the sight off the coast of Kailua Kona, in Hawaii. I swam with these sweeties. Epic.

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