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Did you know? Green moray eels are actually brown. This animal’s namesake greenish tint comes from a protective yellow mucus that cov...
Sea urchins eat using a structure called “Aristotle’s lantern,” which is made up of five bony plates that support their co...
These black-and-white beauties are found throughout the Indo-Pacific. Like their orange-hued counterparts, saddleback clownfish have a stro...
Did you know? Ancestors of the slipper lobster can be traced to the Jurassic period, which occurred more than 100 million years ago. These...
Red groupers are found in the western Atlantic Ocean from North Carolina south to southern Brazil, including the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbe...
Searobins can be found throughout the estuaries of the Atlantic coast. Their winged pectoral fins and front limbs make navigating the sandy ...
Image via Flickr user Greg McFall for NOAA's National Ocean Service.
The cannonball jellyfish, also known as the cabbage head jellyfis...
With wide, flat bodies and fringed mouths, wobbegongs are proof that sharks come in every shape and size. These sharks are oft...
This species is specifically found in the Burdekin range of the Mary River system on the coast of Queensland, Australia.
Outside of A...
Did you know the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Waterfront Park is a certified wildlife habitat?
Upland Tropical Rain Fo...