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    Transparent specimen of three-spined toadfish. The simple-sounding grunts and hoots of the toadfish contain surprisingly complex information. Sounds hidden within the toadfish calls may communicate everything from, “It’s me again, can we spawn?” to, “It’s your neighbor, but get away from my nest.”


    A #jellyfish at Monterey Bay #Aquarium. #photography #nature #marine

    Cross Jelly

    The fangtooth, aka ogrefish, has the largest teeth of any fish proportionate to its body size. The Fangtooth is among the deepest-living fish in the sea, dwelling as far as three miles deep in the ocean.

    Anthias, Bligh Water, Fiji

    Passport Shot for Mr Blenny by Blaze: This little blenny obviously needed his passport shot taken as he was most obliging and kept very still. Taken at Two Caves on the Cocos (Keeling) Islands.

    Chilatherina alleni is a new species of rainbowfish discovered in New Guinea. Between 1998 and 2008, scientists discovered an average of 2 new species in New Guinea every week. Amazing!


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    Pink clams.

    Blue Christmas: The Christmas tree worm resides inside coral and extends its two spiral tentacles for breathing and feeding and rapidly retracts them at the slightest touch.

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    The Ping Pong Tree Sponge, (Chondrocladia Lampadiglobus) lives more than 1.5 miles beneath the surface of the ocean and is carnivorous. Photo by Claire Nouvian

    Pink Hairy Squat Lobster, Lauriea siagiani

    Snorkelling on Hayman Island, Queensland