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Trumpeter fish - Tasmania

Trumpeter fish - Tasmania

Trumpeter fish - Tasmania

Trumpeter fish - Tasmania

Blobfish - Deep in the waters off the coast of Australia and Tasmania is the ‘unique’ blobfish. The flesh is a gelatinous mass that’s less dense than water, giving the fish its unique look, and allowing it to float above the seafloor without swimming.

The blobfish (Psychrolutes marcidus) is a deep sea fish of the family Psychrolutidae. Inhabiting the deep waters off the coasts of mainland Australia and Tasmania, it is rarely seen by humans. Blobfish live at depths between m ft) wh

Silken tofu with oolong tea | Inspired by the flavours of different teas, Varuni uses oolong tea to make tofu from scratch. The fragrance of the tea helps to create a balance of flavours created in her tea inspired bento box. Using local gin and dill with fresh oysters from Tasmania, this is a great recipe using some of Tasmania’s best produce. "Traditionally, your fancy society ladies and gents might have downed bottles of Champagne with oysters – it’s a match as old as time itself (okay…

Silken tofu with oolong tea

Silken tofu with oolong tea | Inspired by the flavours of different teas, Varuni uses oolong tea to make tofu from scratch. The fragrance of the tea helps to create a balance of flavours created in her tea inspired bento box. Using local gin and dill with fresh oysters from Tasmania, this is a great recipe using some of Tasmania’s best produce. "Traditionally, your fancy society ladies and gents might have downed bottles of Champagne with oysters – it’s a match as old as time itself (okay…

Silken tofu with oolong tea | Inspired by the flavours of different teas, Varuni uses oolong tea to make tofu from scratch. The fragrance of the tea helps to create a balance of flavours created in her tea inspired bento box. Using local gin and dill with fresh oysters from Tasmania, this is a great recipe using some of Tasmania’s best produce. "Traditionally, your fancy society ladies and gents might have downed bottles of Champagne with oysters – it’s a match as old as time itself (okay…

Silken tofu with oolong tea

Silken tofu with oolong tea | Inspired by the flavours of different teas, Varuni uses oolong tea to make tofu from scratch. The fragrance of the tea helps to create a balance of flavours created in her tea inspired bento box. Using local gin and dill with fresh oysters from Tasmania, this is a great recipe using some of Tasmania’s best produce. "Traditionally, your fancy society ladies and gents might have downed bottles of Champagne with oysters – it’s a match as old as time itself (okay…

Finding swimming a bit too common, the pink handfish uses its fins to walk along the ocean floor rather than swimming like everyone else. The eerie species was discovered in Tasmania, Australia, but only four specimens have ever been identified.

29 Of The Strangest Creatures On Earth

robotindisguise: “ Hand fish Using its fins to walk, rather than swim, along the ocean floor in an undated picture, the pink handfish is one of nine newly named species described in a recent.

Paddling in the afternoon towards the fish n chip punts along the Hobart waterfront. If you want to explore Hobart from a completely different perspective make sure to check out Roaring 40s Kayaking it's an awesome way to spend an afternoon and the fish n chips are some of the best in Hobart too.

Paddling in the afternoon towards the fish n chip punts along the Hobart waterfront. If you want to explore Hobart from a completely different.

Blobfish: Living deep in the waters of Tasmania and Australia, the blobfish is rarely seen by humans. Its gelatinous body and lack of muscle help it to keep a density that's slightly less than that of water, allowing it to float just above the sea floor without using much energy.

The Blobfish Is The World's Ugliest Animal The grumpy-looking, gelatinous blobfish has won a public vote to become the official mascot of the Ugly Animal Preservation Society. This gives the fish the unofficial title of world's ugliest animal.

Located 370 miles off mainland Australia, this seven-square-mile island was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1982 for its rare flora, fauna, and marine life. In surrounding waters, there are more than 400 species of fish and 90 species of coral. Also considered one of the cleanest places on Earth, approximately 75 percent of the island’s original vegetation remains undisturbed.

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Located 370 miles off mainland Australia, this seven-square-mile island was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1982 for its rare flora, fauna, and marine life. In surrounding waters, there are more than 400 species of fish and 90 species of coral.

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