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Puffer Fish aren’t trying to poison you for sport. They’d really prefer not to be eaten at all. Their common name (they’re also known as blowfish) comes from their tendency to expand into prickly, unwieldy balls when threatened. Puffers accomplish this with the aid of their highly elastic stomachs and the sharp spines (modified scales) lining the outsides of their bodies.

ichthyologist: “ Starry Puffer (Arothron stellatus) The starry puffer is a marine fish that grows up to m in length. When threatened, it can swallow water or air to inflate itself.

Endemic to the waters off south and east Australia, leafy and weedy sea dragons are closely related to seahorses and pipefish. Leafies are generally brown to yellow in body color with spectacular olive-tinted appendages. Weedies have less flamboyant projections and are usually reddish in color with yellow spots.... #Sea_Dragons

**~A variety of Sea Dragon (not a seahorse)~**(Comment below pic - "Looks like he ate two tiny scuba divers." Is this critter for real (w/orw/out scuba divers)?

A Jawfish incubating its eggs in its mouth. (Source)  "I’m not a great planner, but this seems like a bad idea when, I don’t know, you want to eat."

This is a male Jawfish incubating the female’s eggs in its mouth. You can see the tiny larvae in the eggs, which are about to hatch.

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Uma fábrica de cosméticos, que terão como matéria-prima principal algas marinhas, será implantada na Ilha de Itaparica (BA). O empreendimento, que era um ...

Red Sea The louder the fish and anemone, the more I'm attracted to them. Fish have been in my drawing (& coloring) repertoire since I was about Which might explain why I like the bright colors found in tropical seas, very beautiful colours.


Purple jellyfish (Águilas, Spain) Pelagia noctiluca, about 15 cm long by…

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Laena (Hapalochlaena sp) - Blue-ringed Octopus - Just about the most deadly organism in our oceans (and it's tiny). Avoid at all costs !


Cushion Sea Stars are starfishes that gets its common name from its inflated, pillow-like appearance. As the Cushion Star grows, it becomes more inflated and the arms grow together, eventually reaching a point where they are almost no longer discernible.