Red-Lipped Batfish
30 September 2014

Red-lipped Batfish-A Strange Alien Ready for a ...

Some fish look like drifting pieces of seaweed. Some fish look like chunks of rough coral. But only one fish looks like a strange alien ready for a night on the town.

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Common Cleanerfish
30 September 2014

Cleaner Wrasse

These little fish and their clients are a textbook example of mutualism in all its glory.

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Moorish Idol
24 September 2014

The Moorish Idol

We've all seen pictures of this fish in dive shops and nature shows, but do we really know it?

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Juvenile Semicircle Angelfish
15 August 2014

Semicircle Angelfish

As they mature, some fish radically change in appearance. One particularly striking example is the semicircle angelfish.

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Giant Moray Eel
6 August 2014

The Giant Moray Eel

This big, long fish is more than just a scary face.

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Rockmover/Dragon Wrasse
19 July 2014

Here Be Dragons (or Rockmovers)

The Rockmover (or Dragon) Wrasse is a beautiful fish with a unique method for finding a meal.

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Picasso Triggerfish
10 July 2014

The Picasso Triggerfish

Art imitates life. Take a look at this beautiful reef resident.

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Short-Nosed Unicornfish
4 July 2014

Unicorns Do Exist

Most people will tell you that unicorns don’t exist; but, as is so often the case, once you sink beneath the surface of the ocean, what you know on land no longer applies.

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Christmas Tree Worms
26 July 2014

Christmas Tree Worms

These well named polychaete worms add some festive colors to any coral colony.

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Robust Ghost Pipefish
14 June 2014

The Robust Ghost Pipefish

Sometimes the most interesting creatures are hiding in plain sight. The robust ghost pipefish is a beautiful master of disguise.

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