Caribbean Reef Shark

Caribbean Reef Shark, Carcharhinus perezi

Caribbean Reef Shark, Carcharhinus perezi by Todd Bretl Designed By Lisa Perrone…

Reef Shark...I Loved to dive with the sharks but scary is an understatement!!!!

Reef Shark are agile and aggressive which enable them to quickly prey on reef fish.

˚Green Sea Turtle

Green Sea Turtle sitting on a colorful coral reef underwater in the ocean by Soren Egeberg Photography, via Shutterstock

MOTHER NATURE'S MAGICAL SCENTS - Topluluk - Google+

Dolphins herd fish into tight balls so they can& get away and can easy be eaten.

Sua casa, a Terra: Por que a água do mar é salgada?

Coral Reef Photo: This Photo was uploaded by rmowens. Find other Coral Reef pictures and photos or upload your own with Photobucket free image and video.

Amazing colored tropical fish

The vibrant yellow fish, loved the silhouette. vibrant, exotic A Tropical fish ecosytem.I love tropical fish because I love the many colors of fish there are.

Sharks only kill 5 people a year.     But humans kill 4 million sharks.     In ONE year.     (Great White Shark by George Probst)

Sharks only kill 5 people a year. But humans kill 4 million sharks. They have been an apex predator in our oceans a for millions of years and by us invading their habitat have fatalities occurred (Great White Shark by George Probst)

UNDER THE SEA ADVENTURES

UNDER THE SEA ADVENTURES

shark-reef-kelp

I am obsessed with kelp forests! Since I was too young to realize the ocean wasn't doing so well. I was young I mean 2 years old! I credit this early love for kelp forest my bloom of love for the ocean I can't stop thinking about!

Tropical fish visiting a reef. Animals. Wildlife. Adventure. Travel Tips and Guide. #destination #destinationguide #nature #wildlife #animals #naturelovers #adventuretime #travelblog

Tropical fish visiting a reef. Animals. Wildlife. Adventure. Travel Tips and Guide. #destination #destinationguide #nature #wildlife #animals #naturelovers #adventuretime #travelblog

Say aaah. Striped mackerel are filter feeders opening their cavernous mouths as they swim and sieving zooplankton from the water with their gill rakers acting like a net.

Earthpix 🌍🌏🌎: Perfect shot of a this striped Mackerel opening its mouth. Under water shot by

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