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Researchers have been studying the properties of the shark’s well-designed skin in order to help boaters keep their boats clean.
There are 250 species of snappers, with the largest number of them living in the warm Australian seas.
The triggerfish live mainly in the tropical coastal waters. Its name is derived from its unusual dorsal locking spine on its back.
The sturgeon is a large bluish-black fish that is very famous for providing caviar.
There are 35 species of the strange-looking sea horse.
You’re about to dive into a fantastic adventure under the sea.
There are six species of salmon that live in the North Pacific and one that lives in the North Atlantic.
The body of the porcupine fish is like an ordinary fish until it is alarmed.
These beautifully colored fish live around the tropical reefs of the world.
The lion fish is a member of the scorpion fish family.
Jellyfish are free-swimming creatures which are found in all the seas throughout the world.
The body of the halibut is long with powerful fins. They lie on the seabed on their left side with their eyes on the right side of the body.
Groupers live in tropical and temperate seas and some inhabit fresh water.
Electric rays are slow-moving and live partially buried in the sand or mud on the bottom of the sea.
Cowfish live at or near the bottom of warm, tropical waters all around the world.
The history of the coelacanth fish is quite amazing.
There are about 300 species of clownfish or damselfish.
Angelfish are very popular in aquariums because of their shape and beautiful colors.
Barracuda are very good hunters, hunting and swimming in small schools.
A type of vegetarian piranha has recently been discovered in the Amazon rainforests.
Recently marine biologists noticed the importance of a seemingly useless small fin on the backs of salmon.