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male thorny seahorse (hippocampus histrix), tulamben, indonesia – linda ianniello

male thorny seahorse (hippocampus histrix), tulamben, indonesia – linda ianniello

Faune et flore sous-marines de Bonifacio...  Crédit-photos: Editions Corse

Faune et flore sous-marines de Bonifacio... Crédit-photos: Editions Corse

A male banded jawfish shows off his clutch of eggs at the Blue Heron Bridge in Riviera Beach, Fla.

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A male banded jawfish shows off his clutch of eggs at the Blue Heron Bridge in Riviera Beach, Fla.

The red-lipped batfish gives the impression that it tried to compensate for an unusual body by caking on the lipstick. Interestingly, they are better suited for ‘walking’ along the ocean floor than swimming. When they reach adulthood, they use their dorsal fin as a fishing lure to attract prey instead of for swimming.

The red-lipped batfish gives the impression that it tried to compensate for an unusual body by caking on the lipstick. Interestingly, they are better suited for ‘walking’ along the ocean floor than swimming. When they reach adulthood, they use their dorsal fin as a fishing lure to attract prey instead of for swimming.

The Narcomedusae Jelly lives in the "Midnight Zone" of the ocean, 2000+ metres below the surface.

The Narcomedusae Jelly lives in the "Midnight Zone" of the ocean, 2000+ metres below the surface.

The tripodfish or tripod spiderfish, Bathypterois grallator, is a deep-sea benthic fish. This fish comes up from the depths of 2,400 feet to 15,000 feet during a vertical migration occurring in the ocean

The tripodfish or tripod spiderfish, Bathypterois grallator, is a deep-sea benthic fish. This fish comes up from the depths of 2,400 feet to 15,000 feet during a vertical migration occurring in the ocean

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