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harlequin shrimp by Thomas Bannenberg on 500px

Hymenocera picta, commonly known as the harlequin shrimp, is a species of saltwater shrimp found at coral reefs in the tropical Indian and Pacific oceans.

Harlequin Shrimp ~ Miks' Pics "Sea Life lll" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/sea-life-lll/

This is a Harlequin shrimp. They live in the ocean however some people keep them in saltwater fish tanks. Except for the diet, as they eat starfish little tube feet!

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Get inspired by the beauty of the its actually a piece of art called Underwater Flight, a fabric sculpture in Portland Airport by Sayuri Sasaki Hemann. I see life in as some of my biggest

Amazing Blue Sea Slug... IT LOOKS LIKE A POKÉMON!!                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Funny pictures about Amazing Blue Sea Slug. Oh, and cool pics about Amazing Blue Sea Slug. Also, Amazing Blue Sea Slug.

Clownfish and Bubble-Tipped Anemone. A cute little clownfish seeking solace in its cosy Bubble-Tipped Anemone shelter.

Leafy Sea Dragon

LEAFY SEA DRAGON FACT: These creatures have adapted some of the most ornate and effective camouflage of any creature on the planet. These striking sea horse relatives are found only in the drifting seaweed and undersea forests of Australia.

Harlequin shrimp - Harlequin shrimp might look tiny, but they are fierce predators of starfish. Working in pairs, they can even take down the intimidating crown-of-thorns starfish.

12 gorgeous animals of the coral reef

Harlequin shrimp Harlequin shrimp might look tiny, but they are fierce predators of starfish. Working in pairs, they can even take down the intimidating crown-of-thorns starfish.

Barreira de Coral - Austrália

Red Sea The louder the fish and anemone, the more I'm attracted to them. Fish have been in my drawing (& coloring) repertoire since I was about Which might explain why I like the bright colors found in tropical seas, very beautiful colours.

isopod appendage: Photo by Photographer Igor Siwanowicz - photo.net

Igor Siwanowicz / Olympus Bioscapes Honorable Mention: The bristle-like appendage of an amphipod—or type of marine crustacean. The bristles serve as a sort of fishing net for plankton.

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