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Many-spotted Sweetlips juvenile

Many-spotted Sweetlips juvenile also known as Harlequin Sweetlips and Clown Sweetlips.

Nudibranch

Nudibranch by Dermal Denticles via ferrebeekeeper: Gastropod mollusks - Range: shallow intertidal surf to Most are benthic seafloor dwellers, but some float upside down at ocean's surface or swim in water column.

You can never have too many nudibrachs.

*SAGAMINOPTERON PSYCHEDELICUM NUDIBRANCH ~ Originally described from Guam, this animal is now known from many parts of the tropical western Pacific Maximal size : 20 mm. Frequently on the reef flat zone and the fore reef zone. (psychedelicum, indeed.

Green sea turtle and jellyfish

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Green Sea Turtle eating Jellyfish - Dimakya, Philippines by Ai Gentel --Exactly why it is dangerous for plastic bags to pollute the oceans, because they are often mistaken as jellyfish and kill turtles.

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O nome deste organismo é esponja árvore ping-pong (Chondrocladia lampadiglobus). O nome e a aparência são engraçados, mas elas não dão mole. Vivem filtrando a água e caçando pequenos animais e não são apenas seres microscópicos, sendo uma das esponjas mais vorazes do planeta. E você achava que as esponjas não faziam nada de especial, né?

The aptly named Ping-pong tree sponge (Chondrocladia lampadiglobus) is a carnivorous sponge. Those ping-pong ball looking things are covered in tiny spicules which the sponge uses to catch tiny crustaceans.

2008/01/19~20 Xiao Liu Qiu,TAIWAN 小琉球    Nudibranch ( Hypselodoris apolegma )(Risbecia apolegma)海蛞蝓

Nudibranch ( Hypselodoris apolegma )(Risbecia apolegma) "say that three times fast"

Wow!

No idea why this thing is called the Yellow Boxfish! But these bright yellow, polka-dotted, boxy balloon-shaped fish are found in tropical and temperate marine waters of the Indo-West Pacific.---maybe because it's yellow and box like?

Blue ribbon eel with wide open mouth.

What Do Jellyfish Eat? Do Have Brains? and All Types of it

Rhinomuraena quaesita ~ The ribbon eel, also known as the leaf-nosed moray eel or bernis eel, is a species of moray eel, the only member of the genus Rhinomuraena.

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