1022-79 - Silver drummer (kyphosus sydneyanus) silvery grey colour, feeding on brown seaweed, wild, day, schools, marine protected area, diving off Rottnest Island, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: other name common buffalo bream, dark tail and a distinctive dark line that looks a little like a moustache below the eye, occur in large schools. Distribution more widespread throughout Australia.
1022-93 - Tube anemones (pachycerianthus delwynae), wild, day, shore diving, sand, metropolitan, Perth city, Cockburn Sound, Western Australia, Indian Ocean. MORE INFO: attractive specie is white with purple tips on the tentacles
1022-77 - common seadragon (phyllopteryx taeniolatus) voracious hunters, camouflage looking like a piece of floating weed, unique to Australia, wild, dusk, shore diving, sand, marine park, metropolitan, Perth city, Indian Ocean, cool temperate waters of Western Australia. MORE INFO: amongst kelp, female seadragon deposits up to 150 eggs into the spongy, soft tissue under the tail of the male seadragon. Once fertilised, eggs incubate about 8 weeks. On hatching, miniature seadragons are independent and will start eating almost immediately.
1022-80 - Jourdan's turban (turbo jourdani) large gastropod shell, reddish-brown, Rottnest Island reef, wild, day, marine protected area, free-diving off, cool temperate waters of Western Australia. MORE INFO: Marine plant common kelp, a dominant feature of the underwater landscape. Protected areas are covered in lush growth of diverse algae, also red algea are here.
978-93 - LutherÌs Partner Goby (Cryptocentrus lutheri) Lives in partnership with the snapping shrimp Alpheus djiboutensis. One of many Goby/Shrimp partnerships, The goby always choosing to pair with the same species of shrimp. The goby keeps a watchful eye for the almost blind shrimp, in return for sanctuary in the hosts burrow. The shrimp digs constantly and maintains contact with the goby at all times via antennae. Red Sea.
983-107 - large black grouper, Mycteroperca bonaci, and Caribbean Reef Sharks, Carcharhinus perezi, black grouper can grow up to 1.5 m weighing 100 kg, Grand Bahama, Bahamas, Caribbean Sea, Atlantic Ocean.