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Related to the jellyfish and corals, Siphonophore is a continuous chain of specialized polyps - individual animals that grow from one another in an organized colony. Some in the colony are devoted to feeding, armed with stinging cells to snag fish or in

Морской слизень Costasiella usagi

The Nudibranch With the Best Expression Ever : The Featured Creature. This half bunny/half lettuce-looking creature is a nudibranch that goes by the scientific name of Costasiella usagi. (which only grows to a few millimeters in length)

Mola-mola Fish in Bali divers that see this fish are incredibly lucky and tip the tour guides

Shared via 'Reg Saddler & Khalid Al-Kalla Thanks! Damn that's a big fish! Amazing marine photographer Richard Herrmann shot this picture in open sea off San Diego. The ocean sunfish Mola Mola is one of the largest fish in the world.

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this is not a nudibranch, it is a Polyclad Flatworm. They are commonly mistaken for nudibranchs on the reef, however on close inspection there is a lack of gills and other features.

A wonderfully colorful nudibranch! ...........click here to find out more http://googydog.com

A wonderfully colorful nudibranch! There are over 2000 varieties of these creatures and the colors are incredible!

What Do Jellyfish Eat? Jelly fish are beautiful creatures. There is 90% of water in their bodies but still they flow along with the flow of water. These creatures eat meat and mate constantly. Jelly fish have certain things which they have in common with other animals.

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

December 2011 - Phyllodesmium poindimiei, a species of sea slug, an aolid nudibranch (by Chris Cunnold)

Acanthodoris pilosa - photo by Jim Anderson, via nudibranch.org;  "A. pilosa is easily distinguished from other British nudibranchs by its overall 'fluffy' appearance, caused by the presence of long, soft papillae all over the back of the animal."  It is common all around the British Isles and from NE America to the Mediterranean.

Acanthodoris pilosa is a species of sea slugs, dorid nudibranch, shell-less marine gastropod molluscs in the family Onchidorididae

Coral reef

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Coral (Montipora genus) - Somosoma Strait, Taveuni, Fiji - Photo by David Hall

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