Posts tagged with underwater...

the-shark-blog:

IMG_0119_edited-1.psd by NHGDVM

Caribbean reef shark

the-shark-blog:

IMG_0119_edited-1.psd by NHGDVM

Caribbean reef shark

theoceaniswonderful:

flying manta ray  by swimminglin

Manta ray (see this post)

theoceaniswonderful:

flying manta ray by swimminglin

Manta ray (see this post)

(photo by Arthur Ankur)
The halloween hermit crab (Ciliopagurus strigatus)also known as the striped hermit crab or orange legged hermit crab, is a brightly colored aquatic hermit crab of the family Diogenidae. The Halloween hermit crab’s festive striped coloration make it one  of the most brightly colored hermit crabs around. It is commonly found along coral substrates and in the ocean along sandy areas surrounding reefs in shallow (less than 50 feet or 15 metres) tropical, coastal waters. It is believed to have originated from the Hawai’ian region and is native to the Indo-Pacific region, The Halloween hermit crab will grow on average to 2 inches (5.1 cm) in length, which is fairly large in comparison to other hermit crabs, and can live for up to 10 years.
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(photo by Arthur Ankur)

The halloween hermit crab (Ciliopagurus strigatus)also known as the striped hermit crab or orange legged hermit crab, is a brightly colored aquatic hermit crab of the family Diogenidae. The Halloween hermit crab’s festive striped coloration make it one  of the most brightly colored hermit crabs around. It is commonly found along coral substrates and in the ocean along sandy areas surrounding reefs in shallow (less than 50 feet or 15 metres) tropical, coastal waters. It is believed to have originated from the Hawai’ian region and is native to the Indo-Pacific region, The Halloween hermit crab will grow on average to 2 inches (5.1 cm) in length, which is fairly large in comparison to other hermit crabs, and can live for up to 10 years.

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Freedive record holders Eusebio and Christina Saenz de Santamaria freediving with a pod of over 60 incredible Hawaiian Spinner Dolphins

Spinner dolphins

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the-shark-blog:

Lemon Shark by scott1e2310 

Lemon shark

the-shark-blog:

Lemon Shark by scott1e2310 

Lemon shark

kingdomy:

enric adrian gener

Manta ray (see this post)

kingdomy:

enric adrian gener

Manta ray (see this post)