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L' Eponge

10 animaux surprenants qui n’ont quasiment pas évolué depuis la Préhistoire

Stove Pipe Sponge (Aplysina archeri) … a species of tube sponge that has long tube-like structures of cylindrical shape. Many tubes are attached to one particular part of the organism. A single tube.

Yellow-cabbage coral photo by Noam Kortler

Yellow cabbage coral reef - another one that could be cut and shaped from foam craft sheets. Add paint for texture.


Giant Kelp (Macrocystis Pyrifera) Forest with Garibaldi, Channel Islands National Park, California Photographic Print by Flip Nicklin/Minden.

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A Manta Ray with Remoras. Actually, they don’t just get a free ride and free food. It’s a symbiotic relationship as they, in turn, remove parasites from the Manta rays.

Under the sea - zoo's

"Inside of beautiful water" by Sonoe Nakao // Soft Coral, Zoanthus erythrochloros/ I love these colors

Magnificent Ascidian (sea squirt), Rowland Cain

Magnificent Ascidian (sea squirt), Rowland Cain Sea squirts are rounded or cylindrical animals ranging from about to 10 centimetres to in) in size. One end of the body is always firmly fixed to rock, coral, or some similar solid surface.




I've always been fascinated by how squid communicate through bio-luminescence. Such mystery, such beauty.

Bioluminescent Barbeled Dragonfish.  This terrifying fish gets its name from the light-emitting barbel that hangs from the lower jaw and is used like a fishing rod to attract prey.  It also has photophores scattered over the length of its scale-less body and fins.

Creatures from The Mariana Trench Anglerfish Flashlight Fish, Links to about 20 bizarre deep sea creatures.

Wrong board? No, this is a HandFish, a cousin to the angler fish.  Brachionichthys politus from Tasmania

Hand Fish (Brachionichthys politus) Tasmania - a cousin to the angler fish, they 'walk' rather than swim, using their modified pectoral fins to move about on the sea floor.

Corals - Tufi

Staghorn and plate corals at an outer reef site, Tufi Dive Resort, Oro Province, Papua New Guinea.

Majestic ocean: the beautiful water is home to a vast array of creatures.

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The opalescent nudibranch is a predatory mollusk with no shell.

The opalescent nudibranch is a predatory mollusk with no shell. David Hall's Encounters in the Sea Gallery