Plerogyra sinuosa, a jelly-like genus, also known as a Pearl Bubble Coral, Grape Coral, or Tiny Bubble Coral, is a large polyp stony coral. It is usually found in the eastern Indian Ocean, from the Red Sea to Madagascar, and in the Pacific, from Okinawa to the Line Islands.
Like a bird, the airborne fish stretches its long, wing like pectoral fins and tilts them upward. The fish glides through the air thanks to the lift provided by the wind passing under and over the wings. To keep the glide running, the fish slaps the water with its tail.
Many people assumed that Vaquitas were mythical creatures, the fact that very few people have seen the world's critically endangered marine mammal species.
Sharptooth Lemon Sharks (scientific name Negaprion acutidens) prefer tropical water when choosing their habitat. They can be observed near the coasts of the Pacific and Indian oceans.
Sea angels are dreamlike tiny beasties, another proof that the ocean is full of mysteries. They are group of gelatinous sea slugs that have a scientific name of Gymnosomata. Sea Angels are also known as “cliones”, but this is a misnomer because the Clionidae family is just one of the many families that make up this clade.
You will not believe it until you see it for yourselves, a deep-water fish species with translucent head. It is known as the Barreleye Fish, commonly recognized as spook fish with the scientific name of Macropinna microstoma. And it is a true natural wonder.
Rock Anemones otherwise known as Rock Flower Anemones is a member of the Phymanthidae family. What do we need to know about this Sea Anemone?
Spinner sharks prefer moderately warm and tropical waters. These sharks choose places for their habitat mainly in shallow water, they live at a depth of up to 100 meters, more often at a depth of up to 30 meters, in island and continental shelves.
Have you heard of human fish or have seen an adorable walking fish? Today, we are going to introduce unique creatures, Axolotls and Olms. What are they? They are not fish, but they are entirely aquatic; they spent their lifetime in the water
When the soul asks for romance, the starry sky is not enough. But what about the luminous sea, when the ridges of waves seem to be filled with liquid blue fire, and thousands of blue sparkles make the water look like a magical elixir? This magnificent natural phenomenon is called bioluminescence.