RFDW5TAX–Sea nettle (Cyanea capillata) on the beach, Kattegat Rørvig Zealand Denmark
RF2JKWPGE–Life cycle of jellyfish (pelagia noctiluca) from fertilization to adulthood.
RFKF8RNC–ZOOLOGY, Coelenterata, Gorgona
RFDNDDTH–Diver looking at Venus fan, Venus sea fan, common sea fan, West Indian sea fan or purple gorgonian seafan (Gorgonia flabellum).
RMDCGHB3–Diver exploring Cabbage Coral mountain (Turbinaria reniformis), Gorontalo, Indonesia. Also known as Scroll Coral.
RMKTY0B1–Boulder Coral, Porites sp., Poritidae, Sharm el Sheikh, Red Sea, Egypt
RFM5GRJ9–Colonies of this hard stony green coral (Monastrea annuligera: each polyp 2 cms.) can form sizeable boulders. It used to be seen quite frequently in tropical reefs in many parts of the world. However, it has suffered significant population reduction during the last twenty years, mainly because of reef degradation due to pollution and the effects of global warming - but also because it is considered particularly beautiful and so is harvested for the aquarium trade. The IUCN Red List indicates that it is a near threatened species. Photographed off Hurghada in the Egyptian Red Sea.
RMEHC5G2–Scientists are trawling from the deep sea in 500 to 1000 meters in the South Atlantic Ocean a ctenophora.
RF2CFTE3Y–detail of coelenterata anthozoa fossil isolated over white background
RMDTFW8D–Acropora, Worn coral
RMC3XWGE–A Longnose Hawkfish (Oxycirrhitus typus) rets on Gorgonian Coral. Egypt, Red Sea
RMJ4P788–Underwater recording, root mouth jellyfish, Rhizostoma octopus, water surface,
RMBA5BMA–Jellies at the Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific on April 7th 2009 in Long Beach Jellies aka jellyfish are a very popular exhib
RFH5CXC7–Jelly hovering in open water
RFR6PYB5–Mman swims over a coral reef, Indian Ocean, Maldives
RM2JJG6JE–Basket Star, Caribbean Basket Star (Astrophyton muricatum, Euryale muricatum), the pancton eater is commonly found at nigth, with, Cuba, Caribbean
RFF72C7Y–accumulation of small jellyfish in the sea
RFDW5TF7–Sea nettle (Cyanea capillata) on the beach, Kattegat Rørvig Zealand Denmark
RM2JKFTC7–NIH fellows Martin Chalfie and Roger Y. Tsien shared the 2008 Nobel Prize in Chemistry with former fellow Osamu Shimomura for their groundbreaking work on green fluorescent protein. This naturally brilliant protein found in jellyfish has become a powerful tool for studying molecules inside living cells.
RMD7EJTN–Egg yolk jellyfish Phacellophora camtschatica Haida Gwaii Queen Charlotte Islands Gwaii Haanas NP British Columbia Canada
RF2JFGEP7–Bleaching and death of corals from excessive seawater heating due to climate change and global warming. Decolored corals in the Red Se, Egypt
RMDCGHF3–A very rare Blue Sea Fan, Acanthogorgia sp., found below 45 meters depth, with diver in background, Gorontalo, Indonesia.
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