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Choose from 81 pictures in our Remora collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Common remora (Remora remora) Featured Remora Print

Common remora (Remora remora)

Common remora (Remora remora), attached to the dorsal surface of a Manta ray (Manta birostris). Its sucker disc is on top of the head. Remoras are opportunistic feeders, often gaining food scraps from their feeding host, but may take parasitic crustaceans from their host. It is likely however that the Manta rays do not appreciate their free riders. San Benedicto Island, Mexico

© Mark Spencer/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

Whale Shark (Rhincodon typus) accompanied by Pilot Fish (Naucrates ductor) and Remora Featured Remora Print

Whale Shark (Rhincodon typus) accompanied by Pilot Fish (Naucrates ductor) and Remora

Whale Shark (Rhincodon typus) accompanied by Pilot Fish (Naucrates ductor) and Remora. The biggest fish in the world has only started to visit the Azores in the past three years due to water temperature rise. Santa Maria Island, Azores, September 2011

Animal Marking, Animal Pattern, Azores, Catalogue4, Chondrichthyes, Climate Change, Close Up, Companionship, Contrasts, Difference, Environmental, Expressions, Fish, Friendship, Front View, Global Warming, Large, Large Group Of Animals, Marine, Naucrates Ductor, Nobody, On The Move, Pilot Fish, Playful, Remora, Rhincodon Typus, Santa Maria Island, Scale, Sealife, Sharks, Size, Small, Spotted Pattern, Spotty, Striped, Striped Pattern, Temperate, Underwater, Vertebrates, Wildlife

VT-8650 REMORAS - A most unusual image where a juvenile remora has adhered to the back of a mature remora. This kind of behavour has rarely, if ever, been recorded before Featured Remora Print

VT-8650 REMORAS - A most unusual image where a juvenile remora has adhered to the back of a mature remora. This kind of behavour has rarely, if ever, been recorded before

VT-8650
REMORAS - A most unusual image where a juvenile remora has adhered to the back of a mature remora. This kind of behavour has rarely, if ever, been recorded before.
Tumotos, french Polynesia
Echeneis naucrates
Valerie & Ron Taylor
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

© Ron and Valerie Tayor/ardea.com