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Regal Angelfish Photograph by Tim Laman A regal angelfish attracts the eye with alternating bands of striking color on its body and fins. The solitary reef fish often travels alone or in pairs and favors a diet of sponges and sea squirts.

funnywildlife:    funnywildlife:  The Butterfly of the Sea: Red GurnardThe Red Gurnard (Chelidonichthys spinosus)is one of 100 different species ofSea Robins, or Gurnards. These fantastic fish are normally found on the sea floor at depths of around 660 ft. They have a special set of ‘wings,’ which are actually just beautiful pectoral fins, that allow them to “fly” through the water. They also possess six spiny feet that allow them to walk across the ocean floor in search of food.

Under The Sea The Butterfly of the Sea: Red Gurnard The Red Gurnard (Chelidonichthys spinosus)is one of 100 different species of Sea Robins, or Gurnards. These fantastic fish are normally found on the sea floor at depths of around 660 ft.

Wolffish  Photograph by Espen Rekdal, SeaPics    An orthodontist's dream, an Atlantic wolffish displays the hardware it uses to crush mollusks, shellfish, and sea urchins. These tough-looking predators swim as deep as 2,000 feet (600 meters) and range from the Scandinavian coast to Cape Cod to the Mediterranean.      via Miltown Mechanic

Deep sea Atlantic Wolffish displays the hardware it uses to crush mollusks, shellfish, and sea urchins. These tough-looking predators swim as deep as feet meters) and range from the Scandinavian coast to Cape Cod to the Mediterranean.