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What you see in this photograph is the symbiotic relationship between a Grey Reef Shark and the bluestreak cleaner wrasse. This Symbiotic Relationship between the Cleaner Wrasse and the other fish is mutually beneficial,
Turtle flying
Puffadder shyshark
Eagle ray
Oriental Sweetlips
I am Watching you human
juvenile oriental sweetlips
porcelain crab
Just such a beautiful animal
The robust ghost pipefish (Solenostomus cyanopterus) I found in the harbour
Photo taken Madivaru Corner, Rasdhoo Atoll, Maldives
grey reef shark
It's all about your perspective
Grey Reef Shark
Grey Reef Shark about to get its teeth cleaned
This is the eyes of a mantis shrimp an marine animal that’s neither a mantis nor a shrimp, but a close relative of crabs and lobsters.
Master of camouflage
If it was not for the light from my strobe this scorpion fish would be completely camouflaged with the reef
Ghost pipefish
Leaf scorpion fish
Had this Remora follow me around for the whole dive
What is scarier than an ocean with sharks ?
An ocean without them
this Chromodoris glenie was only 2cm big
Crab eyes
Still my favorite animal the Shark!
One of the little-known squid facts is that they have three hearts. This is because their bodies are very complex. Their two smaller hearts serve their gills, while the larger one pumps blood to the rest of their bodies
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