Fish”. On a windy day right after a Cyclone passed the far northern Great Barrier Reef i took some friends out to the reef. Never before i saw that many glass fish on this particular coral “bommie”. Just when i setup my camera, this Napoleon...
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Community Post: 20 Coral Reef Animals That Are Ready For Halloween
These fang blennies have the perfect ‘costume’. They’re disguised to look like cleaner wrasses, tricking other animals into thinking they will clean off their parasites. When their victims swim close, expecting to be cleaned, the blennies attack and take a bite! 20 Coral Reef Animals That Are Ready For Halloween
A GoPro snap of the OH SO famously cheeky George(!) from the Whitsundays. He's a huge wrasse who loves the ladies! Anybody else been lucky enough to snorkel with him?? #snorkeling #swim #sea #ocean #greatbarrierreef #reef #travel #traveling #travelling #travelingram #travelphotography #travelgram #instatravel #instagood #instadaily #igers #igdaily #igtravel #fish #fishing #photooftheday #photo #getoutside #australia #aussie #queensland #water#gopro #animal #tagsforlikes by…
Napoleon Wrasse--One of the largest reef fishes in the world and the the largest of the Wrasse family. Napoleon wrasse are one of the few predators of toxic animals such as sea hares, boxfish and crown-of-thorns starfish, and are therefore an important part of the marine food chain in maintaining a balanced and healthy coral reef.
A schoolboy reaches out to touch a humpheaded Maori wrasse as it swims in the world's largest Great Barrier Reef exhibit at the Sydney Aquar...
The week in wildlife – in pictures
Approximately one-quarter of all fishes swimming in sea waters of Easter Island are endemic, found nowhere else in the world. Pseudolabrus semifasciatus is an endemic wrasse that lives at depths of 30 metres or more. Bright colouration with bars and lines breaks its profile to confuse hungry predators. Photograph: Luiz Rocha/California Academy of Sciences
Mola Mola Oceanic Sunfish Underwater Photo and Fun Facts