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[Fish of the day] Krill feeds on phytoplankton

[Fish of the day] Krill feeds on phytoplankton

A koi fish snacks at the surface of a pond in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.

Mola Mola/Sun Fish - This two-ton fish is one of the largest and most bizarre animals found in the sea. Find out why!

Mola Mola/Sun Fish - This two-ton fish is one of the largest and most bizarre animals found in the sea. Find out why!

National Geographic (@natgeo) on Instagram: “Photo by @BrianSkerry. A Great White Shark swims through an undersea forest - approaching a ray -…”

National Geographic (@natgeo) on Instagram: “Photo by @BrianSkerry. A Great White Shark swims through an undersea forest - approaching a ray -…”

Fish Can Recognize Faces, a Surprisingly Human Skill

A coral reef fish can discriminate between individual fish by their unique facial patterns—just like we do.

In tribute to his marine conservation efforts in the Pacific, scientist names new species after Hawaii-born president.

In tribute to his marine conservation efforts in the Pacific, scientist names new species after Hawaii-born president.

Picture of a flounder on the ocean floor.  They're born with an eye on each side of their head. One migrates to the other side.

Picture of a flounder on the ocean floor. They're born with an eye on each side of their head. One migrates to the other side.

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