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Sea Animal Collection

Sea animals are a fascinating and diverse group of creatures that inhabit the waters all around the world

Background imageSea Animal Collection: NA, USA, Alaska. Sea otters are the largest members of the weasel family in North America

NA, USA, Alaska. Sea otters are the largest members of the weasel family in North America

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Trilobite fossil

Trilobite fossil. Fossil of a trilobite (Aristoharpes sp.) from the Devonian period (around 370 million years ago), showing the species characteristic, spade-like shape

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Southern right whale, Hermanus, Western Cape, South Africa

Southern right whale, Hermanus, Western Cape, South Africa

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Green sea turtle ( Chelonia mydas ), Sipadan, Sabah, Malaysia, Borneo, South-east Asia (rr)

Green sea turtle ( Chelonia mydas ), Sipadan, Sabah, Malaysia, Borneo, South-east Asia (rr)
Andrew Davies / SpecialistStock

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Picture No. 12479521

Picture No. 12479521
Spotted wobbegong, Orectolobus maculatus swimming Date:

Background imageSea Animal Collection: adventure, animal, animals, asia, asian, asiatic, cephalopoda, corals, cuttle, cuttlefish

adventure, animal, animals, asia, asian, asiatic, cephalopoda, corals, cuttle, cuttlefish, cuttlefishes, dive, diving, eye, fiji, fish, fishes, indonesia, isle, maldives, marine creature

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Picture No. 12479745

Picture No. 12479745
Centroberyx affinis, Redfish, inside underwater Date:

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Joe Graham / SpecialistStock

Joe Graham / SpecialistStock
Small School of Red Sea Bannerfish ( Heniochus intermedius ). Red Sea. Egypt

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Michael S. Nolan / SpecialistStock

Michael S. Nolan / SpecialistStock
Green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) at cleaning station at Olowalu Reef on the west side of the island of Maui, Hawaii, USA

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Canada, British Columbia, Johnstone Straight, Orcas (Orcinus orca)

Canada, British Columbia, Johnstone Straight, Orcas (Orcinus orca)

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Blueberry Goldfish

Blueberry Goldfish
Max Lundén

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Blueberry Goldfish

Blueberry Goldfish
Max Lundén

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Blueberry Goldfish

Blueberry Goldfish
Max Lundén

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Blueberry Goldfish

Blueberry Goldfish
Max Lundén

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Blueberry Goldfish

Blueberry Goldfish
Max Lundén

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Blueberry Goldfish

Blueberry Goldfish
Max Lundén

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Blueberry Goldfish

Blueberry Goldfish
Max Lundén

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Blueberry Goldfish

Blueberry Goldfish
Max Lundén

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Blueberry Goldfish

Blueberry Goldfish
Max Lundén

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Blueberry Goldfish

Blueberry Goldfish
Max Lundén

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Blueberry Goldfish

Blueberry Goldfish
Max Lundén

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Blueberry Goldfish

Blueberry Goldfish
Max Lundén

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Mackerel icefish, Champsocephalus gunnari, swimming under ice. Unlike other vertebrates

Mackerel icefish, Champsocephalus gunnari, swimming under ice. Unlike other vertebrates
Antarctic butterfish or Bluenose warehou, Hyperoglyphe antarctica. They can grow to 1.4 m in length Date: 22-Nov-19

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Picture No. 12479748

Picture No. 12479748
Sciaenops ocellatus, Red drum, on estuary environment. Date:

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Picture No. 12479747

Picture No. 12479747
Sciaenops ocellatus, Red drum, chasing a fishing Date:

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Picture No. 12479525

Picture No. 12479525
Northern red snapper, Lutjanus campechanus. Young Date:

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Picture No. 12479524
Northern red snapper, Lutjanus campechanus. Adult, Date:

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Picture No. 12479518

Picture No. 12479518
Barramundi or Asian sea bass, Lates calcarifer, Date:

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Picture No. 12479511

Picture No. 12479511
Weedy seadragon or common seadragon, Phyllopteryx Date:

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Blueberry Goldfish B

Blueberry Goldfish B
Max Lundén

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Blueberry Goldfish

Blueberry Goldfish
Max Lundén

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Ocellated icefish, Chionodraco rastrospinosus, resting on seabed under ice

Ocellated icefish, Chionodraco rastrospinosus, resting on seabed under ice
Mackerel icefish, Champsocephalus gunnari, with mouth open. Unlike other vertebrates, fish of the An Date: 16-Nov-19

Background imageSea Animal Collection: D-69469

D-69469
Cookiecutter shark, Isistius brasiliensis. Close to a Bluntnose sixgill shark (Hexanchus griseus) al Date: 25-Sep-19

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Green Turtle Swimming Over Coral

Green Turtle Swimming Over Coral in the Great Barrier Reef Australia

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Picture No. 12479746

Picture No. 12479746
Etelis coruscans, Deepwater longtail red snapper, Date:

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Picture No. 12479743

Picture No. 12479743
Neocyttus helgae, False boarfish, swimming. Deep Date:

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Picture No. 12479517

Picture No. 12479517
Barramundi or Asian sea bass, Lates calcarifer, Date:

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Picture No. 12479516

Picture No. 12479516
Old wife, Enoplosus armatus. In confrontation; Date:

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Picture No. 12479515

Picture No. 12479515
Old wife, Enoplosus armatus. Shoal. It's a species Date:

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Picture No. 12479510

Picture No. 12479510
Weedy seadragon or common seadragon, Phyllopteryx Date:

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Picture No. 12479508

Picture No. 12479508
Pineapplefish, Cleidopus gloriamaris, inside Date:

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Picture No. 12479506

Picture No. 12479506
Tongue-eating louse, Cymothoa exigua. Attached Date:

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Picture No. 12479505

Picture No. 12479505
Red Indian fish, Pataecus fronto. Note big pectoral Date:

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Picture No. 12020759

Picture No. 12020759
Atlantic tripletail or tripletail, Lobotes surinamensis, hidden in the middle of floating trash. Adults are often found near the surface over deep, open water

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Picture No. 12020742

Picture No. 12020742
Silver-cheeked toadfish, Lagocephalus sceleratus. Similar to other puffer fishes, the silver-cheeked toadfish is extremely poisonous if eaten because it contains tetrodotoxin in its ovaries

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Picture No. 12020741

Picture No. 12020741
Silver-cheeked toadfish, Lagocephalus sceleratus. Similar to other puffer fishes, the silver-cheeked toadfish is extremely poisonous if eaten because it contains tetrodotoxin in its ovaries

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enkgdj

Background imageSea Animal Collection: Green Turtle Swimming Over Coral

Green Turtle Swimming Over Coral in the Great Barrier Reef Australia



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Sea animals are a fascinating and diverse group of creatures that inhabit the waters all around the world. From the icy shores of Alaska in North America to the warm waters of South Africa's Western Cape, these marine beings captivate us with their beauty and uniqueness. One such the sea otter, which holds the title for being the largest member of the weasel family in North America. Found along the coasts of Alaska, these adorable creatures can often be seen floating on their backs, using rocks as tools to crack open shellfish for a tasty meal. Venturing further south to Hermanus in South Africa's Western Cape, one might catch a glimpse of another magnificent creature - the Southern right whale. These gentle giants migrate to this area annually, providing an awe-inspiring spectacle for those lucky enough to witness them breaching out of water. If you're more interested in ancient marine life, look no further than trilobite fossils. These extinct arthropods roamed Earth's oceans millions of years ago and left behind intricate imprints that continue to amaze scientists and enthusiasts alike. Pictures No. 12479521 and 12479745 showcase some stunning underwater scenes filled with adventure and an array of sea animals. From colorful corals swaying gently in Asian seas to mesmerizing cuttlefish gracefully gliding through turquoise waters – it's a visual feast for any nature lover. Photographers Joe Graham and Michael S. Nolan have expertly captured moments from different corners of our planet where sea animals thrive. Their images transport us from Canada's Johnstone Straight where orcas majestically roam free to Malaysia's Sipadan Island where green sea turtles gracefully navigate through vibrant coral reefs. But let's not forget about everyone's favorite oceanic performers – bottlenose dolphins. Four playful dolphins breach from Moray Firth’s water surface, showcasing their socializing skills that make them beloved by people worldwide.