Platax Pinnatus Juvenile


Platax Pinnatus - In the wild Platax Pinnatus has been observed to significantly reduce algal growths on coral. Platax Pinnatus also known as the Dusky Batfish or Red Faced Batfish a fish from the western Pacific and occasionally kept in marine aquariums.

School Of Surgeon Fish

Surgeon Fish feeding At The Coral Reef Of Baros island


Acanthuridae ("thorn tail") is the family of surgeonfishes, tang, and unicornfishes.  The family includes about 80 species in six genera, all of which are marine fish living in tropical seas, usually around coral reefs.  Many of the species are brightly colored and popular for aquaria. 

Anemone Clown Fish


Informative film about Anemone Fishes changing sex, different species, anemone and adopting a bannerfish. 

Harlequin Shrimp


Gnathophyllid Shrimps family Gnathophyllidae are a taxon of tropical shrimp in the superfamily Palaemonoidea. They are colorful and very popular for aquariums. These animals dwell in coral reefs, where they live on a diet of starfish. This animal also has unusual front legs that are shaped like paddles. Harlequin shrimps grow only up to 2 inches.

Nudibranches, Flatworms, Slugs


Nudibranch a member of what is now a taxonomic clade, and what was previously a suborder, of soft-bodied, shell-less marine opisthobranch gastropod mollusks, which are noted for their often extraordinary colors and striking forms.

Most nudibranch are carnivorous. Some feed on sponges, others on hydroids, others on bryozoans, and some are cannibals, eating other sea slugs, or, on some occasions, members of their own species. Other groups feed on tunicates, barnacles, or anemones.

Pseudoceros is a genus of flatworms.

- nudibranch are often casually called "sea slugs", a non-scientific term. This has led some people to assume that every sea slug must be a nudibranch. Nudibranch are very numerous in terms of species, and are often very attractive and noticeable, but there are a wide variety of other kinds of sea slugs, and these belong to several taxonomic groups that are not very closely related to the nudibranch. A fair number of these other sea slugs are colorful, and can be confused with nudibranch.