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Lionfish by Maria Teresa Lara  These beautiful but deadly fish are invading our Southern waters!

Lionfish are invading Caribbean waters- the CEI is doing much to combat this problem, by encouraging fisherman to target the species, as well as promoting the creation of jewelry from Lionfish fins! Lionfish - Photo by Maria Teresa Lara

BOLEOPHTALMUS PECTINIROSTRIS . Ariake Sea, Japan | ....... a genus of mudskipper native to the Indian Ocean and the western Pacific Ocean ... There are currently 6 recognized species in this genus. (wiki)

Mudskipper native to the Indian Ocean and the western Pacific Ocean . There are currently 6 recognized species in this genus.

Mantas marinas.. These are flying gunards, an amazing bottom dwelling fish, so beautiful.

The 'flying' gurnards are a family, Dactylopteridae, of marine fish notable for their greatly enlarged pectoral fins. As they cannot literally fly, an alternative name preferred by some authors is helmet gurnards. Photo by Alcides Dutra

/Bioluminescent communication. Communication by the production of light occurs commonly in vertebrates and invertebrates in the oceans, particularly at depths (e.g. angler fish). Two well known forms of land bioluminescence are fireflies and glow worms. Other insects, insect larvae, annelids, arachnids and even species of fungi possess bioluminescent abilities. Some bioluminescent animals produce the light themselves whereas others have a symbiotic relationship with bioluminescent bacteria.

Sri Lanka Bay Owl (Phodilus assimilis) is a species of bay owl in the Tytonidae family. It is endemic to the island of Sri Lanka. It is sometimes considered a subspecies of the Oriental Bay Owl.

Lampreys are a type of jawless fish that live mostly in coastal and fresh waters whose adults are characterized by a toothed, funnel-like sucking mouth. They attach themselves to fish and suck their blood. Lampreys have been around for nearly 300 millions years and their body structure has remained relatively unchanged.

Lampreys are a type of jawless fish that live mostly in coastal and fresh waters whose adults are characterized by a toothed, funnel-like sucking mouth. They attach themselves to fish and suck their blood

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

Rainbow Snakehead | Channa Pulchra Rainbow Snakehead by SpeikobraRote

These are beautiful fish, but people have released them into streams, rivers and lakes where they are not native and they have destroyed the local ecosystem.

Tunicate~ Tunicates, commonly called sea squirts, are a group of marine animals that spend most of their lives attached to docks, rocks or the undersides of boats. To most people they look like small, colored blobs. It often comes as a surprise to learn that they are actually more closely related to vertebrates like ourselves than to most other invertebrate animals.

Tunicate~ Tunicates, commonly called sea squirts, are a group of marine animals that spend most of their lives attached to docks, rocks or the undersides of boats. To most people they look like small, colored blobs.

Mola Mola , Sun fish- it's the heaviest bony fish in the world , sometimes reaching 5000lbs! They are often seen basking in the sun near the surface.

Mola Mola , Sunfish- it's the heaviest bony fish in the world , sometimes reaching They are often seen basking in the sun near the surface ,warming up after diving to feed in deep dark icy waters .

Lampreys are an order of jawless fish, the adult of which is characterized by a toothed, funnel-like sucking mouth. The common name "lamprey" is probably derived from Latin lampetra, which may mean "stone licker", though the etymology is uncertain.

Lampreys are an order of jawless fish, the adult of which is characterized by a toothed, funnel-like sucking mouth. The common name "lamprey" is probably derived from Latin lampetra, which may mean "stone licker", though the etymology is uncertain.

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