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Aspidoras virgulatus

Aspidoras virgulatus

Photos - Siamese fighting fish (Betta)

Photos - Siamese fighting fish (Betta)

Wunderpus Photogenicus, a spectacular octopus with a terrific name has long arms, small eyes on elongated stalks and a pattern which is unique to each individual. #Octopus #Wunderpus_Photgenicus >> How can something this amazing barely ever be seen!?! WOW!

Wunderpus Photogenicus, a spectacular octopus with a terrific name has long arms, small eyes on elongated stalks and a pattern which is unique to each individual. #Octopus #Wunderpus_Photgenicus >> How can something this amazing barely ever be seen!?! WOW!

stingrays.

stingrays.

Chromodoris willani by MerMaye #Nudibranch

Chromodoris willani by MerMaye #Nudibranch

beautiful colors

beautiful colors

Frogfish

Frogfish

We went to SeaLife in the Mall of America and saw these critters called Garden Eels. Freaky little guys. About the size and shape of a pencil, their lower bodies are in the sand while varying amounts of their upper bodies are above the sand. They wait for food to drift by. If you get too close, they will retract into the sand.

We went to SeaLife in the Mall of America and saw these critters called Garden Eels. Freaky little guys. About the size and shape of a pencil, their lower bodies are in the sand while varying amounts of their upper bodies are above the sand. They wait for food to drift by. If you get too close, they will retract into the sand.

Como el cristal de bohemia.

Como el cristal de bohemia.

Splitfin Flashlight Fish (Anomalops katoptron) by California Academy of Sciences: The Flashlight fish has a pocket filled with bioluminescent bacteria below each eye. By flipping this pocket up and down, it can turn its flashlight on and off and spot prey deep in the ocean. http://www.wired.com/2014/12/academy-of-sciences-fish/#slide-id-1684161 #Fish #Flashlight_Fish

Splitfin Flashlight Fish (Anomalops katoptron) by California Academy of Sciences: The Flashlight fish has a pocket filled with bioluminescent bacteria below each eye. By flipping this pocket up and down, it can turn its flashlight on and off and spot prey deep in the ocean. http://www.wired.com/2014/12/academy-of-sciences-fish/#slide-id-1684161 #Fish #Flashlight_Fish

Sea me

Sea me