Peixe azul transparente.

Larval Leaf Scorpionfish (photograph by Chris Newbert, Minden Pictures). Lacking any other defense, many larval fish have adapted transparency as a method of camouflage—such as this tiny, see-through larval leaf scorpionfish in Hawaii.

flying fish- look at this amazing creature. I used to see them as a child at Catalina Island.

flying fish- look at this amazing creature. I used to see them as a child at Catalina Island. On the great white steamship on the way over to Catalina they would sometimes land on the deck.

Blue whales are biggest mammals but eat the smallest animals krill. Blue whale baby's weigh 2 tons when born. They live to be 80 to 90 years of age.

under the sea photo inspiration

Leafy & Weedy Sea Dragon - Phycodurus eques The leafy sea dragon or Glauerts Seadragon, Phycodurus eques, is a marine fish in .

Sperm Whale, Kaikoura, NZ. Over the past 150 years the proper name of this creature has changed four times due to disagreements between biologists. At last they seem to have agreed on the name "Physeter Macrocephalus" .jp.

Cachalot (Sperm Whale) by Diederik Huisman. The largest of the toothed whales.

FotoCAM 2010. Mención Especial. Categoría Submarina. Peter Oxford. “Shark and gringos”. Obra Social. Caja Mediterráneo by Obra Social Caja Mediterráneo on Flickr.

We are a Land Based Shark Fishing Team. We fish for records, not food. All fish are caught and released. Sharks are caught, tagged and released to assist in scientific research. Shark DNA samples are.

Sea Butterfly Snail photographed by Ingo Arndt. Tiny marine snails known as sea butterflies take many forms, including heart-shaped, such as this species in Antarctica's Weddell Sea. via National Geographic

Criaturas inacreditáveis do fundo do mar - parte 2

I NEED these in my life.way cool.

Genetically engineered angelfish (Pterophyllum) glow in a tank at the 2012 Taiwan international aquarium expo. The fish are the world's first pink fluorescent angelfish and can view without black light.

Into The Blue >

Into The Blue, For me, a non-swimmer and certainly never having been a lake or the ocean, all sea-creatures beyond fish is a very strange phenom