Lidia Guglieri Carreño

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In case the tank is unbalanced it is going to eventually crack. If you prefer, you can purchase smaller fish tanks and place some dividers between. You may also put in a cute fish tank!

Purple Queen anthias  Range: Pacific Ocean: Bali and the Ryukyu Islands to the Tuomoto Islands, north to southern Japan, south to Australia and New Caledonia; throughout Micronesia

Purple Queen anthias Range: Pacific Ocean: Bali and the Ryukyu Islands to the Tuomoto Islands, north to southern Japan, south to Australia and New Caledonia; throughout Micronesia

Lyretail anthias

Fish are beautiful creatures that have the most amazing colors and markings. The fine folks at Acrylic Tank Manufacturing create wonderful aquariums and tanks to house these stunning animals.

Purple Queen anthias  Range: Pacific Ocean: Bali and the Ryukyu Islands to the Tuomoto Islands, north to southern Japan, south to Australia and New Caledonia; throughout Micronesia

Purple Queen anthias Range: Pacific Ocean: Bali and the Ryukyu Islands to the Tuomoto Islands, north to southern Japan, south to Australia and New Caledonia; throughout Micronesia

Lyretail anthias

Fish are beautiful creatures that have the most amazing colors and markings. The fine folks at Acrylic Tank Manufacturing create wonderful aquariums and tanks to house these stunning animals.

absolutely amazing underwater photography by Dany Weinberg

Jellyfish are strange, with of their body water they don't have a brain, all jelly fish have a squishy hemisphere for a head and deadly stingers that are directly below the head. The stingers kill fish, some jelly fish can kill or wound a human.

Larval Leaf Scorpionfish

Larval Leaf Scorpionfish (photograph by Chris Newbert, Minden Pictures). Lacking any other defense, many larval fish have adapted transparency as a method of camouflage—such as this tiny, see-through larval leaf scorpionfish in Hawaii.

O nome deste organismo é esponja árvore ping-pong (Chondrocladia lampadiglobus). O nome e a aparência são engraçados, mas elas não dão mole. Vivem filtrando a água e caçando pequenos animais e não são apenas seres microscópicos, sendo uma das esponjas mais vorazes do planeta. E você achava que as esponjas não faziam nada de especial, né?

The aptly named Ping-pong tree sponge (Chondrocladia lampadiglobus) is a carnivorous sponge. Those ping-pong ball looking things are covered in tiny spicules which the sponge uses to catch tiny crustaceans.