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A juvenile Bluebottle-fish

A juvenile Bluebottle-fish

Papua New Guinea - These "clown fish" are all born male, when its time to mate one will turn itself into a female, reproduce and then go back to being a male again! truly amazing!

School of deep-sea diving: Breathtaking underwater photos capture exotic marine life in remote parts of the world

Clownfish and Bubble-Tipped Anemone. A cute little clownfish seeking solace in its cosy Bubble-Tipped Anemone shelter.

What Is Your SoulFish?

What Is Your SoulFish?

I love the colors of marine life! Nice shot of a tropical saltwater fish tank … lionfish, clown fish, anemones. Wish I could have salt water tank!

Portuguese Man O'War.  These are always all over the beach where my grandparents live.

Portuguese Man O' War (Physalia physalis), is a jellyfish-like marine invertebrate of the family Physaliidae. Its venomous tentacles can deliver a powerful sting. Also called Blue Bottles.

Amazing Marine Life Photographs – 30 Pics

I think this is my spirit animal! ⭐Greater Blue-ringed Octopus⭐ (Hapalochlaena lunulata) is one of three (or perhaps four) species of venomous blue-ringed octopuses.

Smallest shark - Most people think of a shark as a big violent predator with very sharp teeth ranging the sea in search of food. But in fact, there are over 400 different species of sharks.  Did you know that sharks are some of the most amazing and most misunderstood creatures on the planet? So, for you to understand them more, here is the list of smallest sharks ever lived in the world

20+ Smallest Shark in the World and You’ll Be Amazed After Knowing it

What Do Jellyfish Eat? Jelly fish are beautiful creatures. There is 90% of water in their bodies but still they flow along with the flow of water. These creatures eat meat and mate constantly. Jelly fish have certain things which they have in common with other animals.

What Do Jellyfish Eat? and All You need to Know about Type of Jellyfish Diet

Jellyfish Art (also known as jellies and sea jellies) are boneless animals that float freely through the world's oceans.

Cnidaria, Marrus Orthocanna, lives in Arctic and other cold, deep waters

Related to the jellyfish and corals, Siphonophore is a continuous chain of specialized polyps - individual animals that grow from one another in an organized colony. Some in the colony are devoted to feeding, armed with stinging cells to snag fish or in

Pin12K Tweet15 Share4K +150 Share StumbleWater makes up more than two-thirds of our world.  Within that water are more than 230,000 species of ocean life according to the World Register of Marine Species*.  As part of of our new themed unit study, we will be learning about several of them.  Over the course of several […]

Facts About Ocean Animals {Unit Study Series}

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