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The pistol shrimp... the noisiest creature in the ocean. Colonies of them make a distinct snapping noise that overshadows nearly all other sounds throughout the world's oceans, including the calls of some whales. In fact, they are so loud, their snapping sounds interfere with military and scientific sonar (so much so, that hostile submarines have used large colonies of pistol shrimps to hide!).

lickystickypickywe: “The pistol shrimp competes with much larger animals like the Sperm Whale and Beluga Whale for the title of ‘loudest animal in the sea’. It is distinctive for its disproportionately large claw, (larger than half the shrimp’s body).

Bettas are beautiful but did you know they're happier in a small aquarium (they make 2.5 gallon ones!) with a heater...in that environment they're active and happy, not slumped and sad like in tiny containers.  #fish

♥ Pet Fish Stuff ♥ Bettas are beautiful but did you know they're happier in a small aquarium (they make gallon ones!) with a heater.in that environment they're active and happy, not slumped and sad like in tiny containers.

Eastern Blue Devil - Paraplesiops bleekeri

underthevastblueseas: Eastern Blue Devil - Paraplesiops bleekeri // via

Sea Turtle

Sea Turtle

Strawberry cod

Photo: Strawberry cod is ready for her close-up

Strawberry cod

What's your dream fish?

What's your dream fish?

Jelly fish

Gabon Expedition: Oil Rigs Are a Haven for Marine Life "Underwater there is amazing life, like this jellyfish with dozens of silver little fish among its long tentacles" (Photo by Enric Sala)

Jelly

Jellyfish are strange, with of their body water they don't have a brain, all jelly fish have a squishy hemisphere for a head and deadly stingers that are directly below the head. The stingers kill fish, some jelly fish can kill or wound a human.

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Crown Tail - photo by Andrew Williams. (I've got a red betta! Not a crown tail, just a regular tail.

53Blue Ringed Octopus

68Blue Ringed Octopus

53Blue Ringed Octopus

almost there.

" by Jim Wu. A great reflection shot of a White-bellied Sea Eagle about to break the water's surface. This species is indigenous to southeast Asian and Australia.

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