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860-292680 - Blue-green damselfish (Chromis viridis) in a coral colony bleached by the El Nino 2024 phenomenon. If bleaching lasts too long, the coral colony will die, taking with it the habitat of these magnificent little tropical fish. Mayotte
1387-561 - A huge whale shark, Rhincodon typus, swims in sunlit Indonesian waters. This massive yet harmless shark feeds on planktonic organisms and can sometimes be found swimming near fishing platforms due to the scent of fish.
1387-559 - A huge whale shark, Rhincodon typus, swims in sunlit Indonesian waters. This massive yet harmless shark feeds on planktonic organisms and can sometimes be found swimming near fishing platforms due to the scent of fish.
1387-552 - A huge whale shark, Rhincodon typus, swims in sunlit Indonesian waters. This massive yet harmless shark feeds on planktonic organisms and can sometimes be found swimming near fishing platforms due to the scent of fish.
1387-388 - Colorful anthias fish swim above a beautiful reef growing near an island in the Banda Sea, Indonesia. This remote and historic region, known previously for the Spice Islands, harbors extraordinary marine biodiversity.
1387-335 - A predatory stonefish (Synanceia verrucosa) lies camouflaged in the sandy seafloor of Komodo National Park, Indonesia. This is the most venomous fish on Earth but uses its venom only for defensive purposes.
1387-334 - A predatory stonefish (Synanceia verrucosa) lies camouflaged in the sandy seafloor of Komodo National Park, Indonesia. This is the most venomous fish on Earth but uses its venom only for defensive purposes.
1387-309 - Bright sunlight shines down on lily pads growing along the shallow edge of a freshwater lake in New England. Aquatic vegetation, which thrives during summer months, provides vital habitat for many fish, amphibians, and reptiles.
1387-307 - Colorful and flowering lily pads grow along the shallow edge of a freshwater lake in New England. Aquatic vegetation, which thrives during summer months, provides vital habitat for many fish, amphibians, and reptiles.
1387-306 - Colorful lily pads grow along the shallow edge of a freshwater lake in New England. Aquatic vegetation, which thrives during summer months, provides vital habitat for many fish, amphibians, and reptiles.
1387-280 - Colorful lily pads grow along the shallow edge of a freshwater lake in New England. Aquatic vegetation, which thrives during summer months, provides vital habitat for many fish, amphibians, and reptiles.
1387-278 - Lily pads grow along the shallow edge of a freshwater lake in New England. Aquatic vegetation, which thrives during summer months, provides vital habitat for many fish, amphibians, and reptiles.
1387-279 - Colorful lily pads grow along the shallow edge of a freshwater lake in New England. Aquatic vegetation, which thrives during summer months, provides vital habitat for many fish, amphibians, and reptiles.
1387-277 - A Caribbean reef octopus (Octopus briareus) explores the seafloor of a shallow reef off the coast of Belize. This intelligent cephalpod ranges throughout the Caribbean feeding on lobster, crab, and small fish.
1387-266 - Young lily pads grow to the surface along the shallow edge of a freshwater lake in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Vegetation, which provides habitat for fish, amphibians, and reptiles, grows wildly during summer months and then dies off during the fall and wint
1387-261 - A stargazer fish (Uranoscopus sulphureus) camouflages itself in sand in Komodo National Park, Indonesia. This tropical region in Indonesia is known for its spectacular coral reefs and high marine biodiversity.
1387-260 - A stargazer fish (Uranoscopus sulphureus) camouflages itself in sand in Komodo National Park, Indonesia. This tropical region in Indonesia is known for its spectacular coral reefs and high marine biodiversity.
1387-236 - A flathead fish camouflages itself in the sandy seafloor of Komodo National Park, Indonesia. This tropical region in Indonesia is known for its spectacular coral reefs and high marine biodiversity.
1387-221 - A spotted eagle ray (Aetobatus narinari) swims over the deep, sandy seafloor near Cocos Island, Costa Rica. This remote, Pacific island is famous for its healthy fish and shark populations.
1387-220 - A pair of spotted eagle rays (Aetobatus narinari) swim over the deep, sandy seafloor near Cocos Island, Costa Rica. This remote, Pacific island is famous for its healthy fish and shark populations.
1387-179 - Schooling yellowmask surgeonfish (Acanthurus mata) and blue and yellow fusilier fish (Caesio teres) at the upstream side of Mike's Point, Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Asia