A small opening in the central disk of a brittle star serves both as mouth and anus. Brittle stars are primarily scavengers, and they use their long, flexible arms to bring food towards the orifice, alternately ingesting and egesting organic matter.
Seahorses are experts at camouflage. Some seahorses, like the common pygmy seahorse, have a shape, size and color that allows them to blend in perfectly with their coral habitat. Others, such as the thorny seahorse, change color to blend in with their surroundings
Need another reason to attend our Jellyfish Jamboree Oct. Our stunning crown jellies (Cephea cephea) are at their biggest size ever: six inches! These jellies were a first for any aquarium worldwide when we added them in June, and you can see.