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  1. #21
    Name: Morea green-
    Scientific Name: Gymnothorax funebris (Ranzani, 1840)
    Family: Muraenidae
    Group: Fish Bone
    Class: Fish

    Size: 201-400 cm.

    The green moray lives in tide pools, mangroves and coral reefs or rock up to 30 m deep.
    Food: fish, molluscs and crustaceans.

  2. #22
    Name: Dragon Morea
    Scientific name: pardalis Enchelycore
    Family: Muraenidae
    Group: Fish Bone
    Class: Fish

    Size: 101-200 cm.

    This moraine is common in tropical waters, coral reefs and rock. Despite being shy, the leopard moray can be extremely aggressive when disturbed. His mouth is covered with sharp teeth and the lower jaw does not close completely by being bent.
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  3. #23
    Painted trumpet
    (Fistularia tobacconist)

    Extremely elongated tubular body without dorsal spines. Head and especially long snout. caudal fin lunate with the blue thread in the center. Green background color with brown side of the lighter body back, and belly. Many blue round spots around the body and some vertical dark bars. Young people do not have the caudal filament isolated, darker on the back, with neat little blue spots. measures up to 2 meters in length

    Habitat: solitary occurring over apartments seaweed, rocky bottoms and coral reefs at shallow depths up to 200 meters
    Occurrence: Western Atlantic Ocean, from New Scotland to Santa Catarina

    Food: It feeds on fish, small crustaceans and other invertebrates

    Habit: Species rustic, carnivorous and daytime
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  4. #24
    fish Pig
    (Vetula Balistes)

    Also known as Triggerfish, your body has dark olive coloration on the back, yellow-gold in the ventral part and stripes in light blue tone (as to be light) on the head and fins.

    Habitat: rocky shores and reefs. Is always close to rocky places and full of hiding places at depths 2-275 meters.
    Food: The young feed preferentially on benthic invertebrates, while adults are voracious carnivores predators, feeding on shrimp, fish, crustaceans and mollusks in general.

  5. #25
    Blue Ring Octopus
    (Lunulata Hapalochlaena)

    Blue-ringed octopuses, such as the spotted H. and H. lunulata show their blue rings as a warning when threatened. They are not aggressive and tend to avoid confrontation by flattening the body and camouflaging themselves around. Humans have only been wounded when the octopus was provoked or stepped on.
    When the threat is inevitable, octopuses eject neuromuscular venom that contains tetrodotoxin maculotoxin and causing paralysis. This poison is fatal and more potent than any poison found in land animals. Human victims can be saved if artificial respiration started quickly, but there is no known antidote and the only treatment is cardiac massage and artificial respiration ongoing until the poison dissipates (usually in 24 hours with no ill effects)

    Symptoms include: Nausea, loss of vision and blindness, unconsciousness, loss of motor skills and respiratory arrest.

    Habitat: The blue-ringed octopus H. maculosa can only be found in the temperate waters of southern Australia in depths ranging from 0-50 meters. H. lunulata can be found in shallow reefs and tidepools of northern Australia to Japan, including Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, the Philippines and Indonesia and as far as Sri Lanka at depths ranging from 0 to 20 meters

  6. #26
    main Features
    The orca has several striking features that make it one of the most easily identifiable cetaceans: dorsal fin very high and wide (falcada triangular in females and adult males), cone-shaped head, large pectoral fins, broad and rounded, and standard typical black and white coloring.
    size Adult females reach 8.5 meters and 9.8 meters males. weight 7 females and males 10 tons.
    Food In general, the diet of this species is quite varied and opportunistic, and may be composed of several cetacean species (including great whales),
    pinnipeds (seals, wolves, elephants and sea lions), penguins and other seabirds, turtles, various species of fish and even other orcas.

  7. #27
    Great barracuda
    Scientific name: Sphyraena barracuda
    Higher classification: Barracuda
    Range: Indo-Pacific: Red Sea and east coast of Africa to Hawaii, Marquesas and Tuamotos Islands; throughout Micronesia. Western Atlantic: Massachusetts (USA), Bermuda, and throughout the Caribbean Sea to Brazil. Eastern Atlantic: Sierra Leone
    Great barracuda species can reach up to 2.1 m (6.9 ft) in length and 30 cm (12 in) in width.

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  8. #28
    Live sharksucker
    Scientific Name: Echeneis naucrates
    Range: Western Atlantic: Nova Scotia, Canada and Bermuda to Uruguay. (saltwater)
    Echeneis naucrates is a medium-sized fish which can grow up 110 cm (43 in) length


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    Longhorned Cowfish FISH

    Scientific Name: Lactoria cornuta
    Family: Diodontidae (Porcupinefishes)
    Size: 16 inches
    Temperature: 74 to 78 degrees Fahrenheit
    Origin: Indian and Pacific Oceans, and Red Sea (saltwater)

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  9. #29
    Marine Comet FISH

    Scientific Name: Calloplesiops altivelis
    Family: Plesiopidae (Roundheads)
    Size: 7 inches
    Temperature: 74 to 78 degrees Fahrenheit
    Origin: Indian and Pacific Oceans (saltwater)


  10. #30
    Panther Grouper FISH

    Scientific Name: Chromileptis altivelis
    Family: Serranidae (Sea basses: groupers and fairy basslets), subfamily: Epinephelinae
    Size: 28 inches
    Temperature: : 74 to 78 degrees Fahrenheit
    Origin: Indian and Pacific Oceans (saltwater)

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    Seahorse FISH
    Scientific Name: Hippocampus species
    Family: Syngnathidae (Pipefishes and seahorses)
    Size: 2 to 12 inches, depending on the species
    Temperature: 74 to 78 degrees Fahrenheit
    Origin: All oceans all over the world (saltwater)

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    Blue Devil FISH

    Scientific Name: Chrysiptera cyanea
    Family: Pomacentridae
    Size: 2˝ inches
    Temperature: 74 to 78 degrees Fahrenheit
    Origin: Pacific Ocean (saltwater)


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    Banded Pipefish

    Scientific name: Doryrhamphus dactyliophorus
    maximum length of 19 cm (7.4 in)

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