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Tank breed black snow cliwnfish

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Tank breed black snow cliwnfish

Our Snow onyx clownfish

feeding otoheme B2
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Clown fish at Tsoi Lik PNG

This short clip was taken 10 meters off the beach at Tsoi Lik guesthouse New Ireland PNG

snowflake clownfish

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ocellaris snowflakes

Deep Sea World - Seals 2

Common Seals at the Deep Sea World Aquarium in Edinburgh Scotland.

There are two species of seals breeding around the shore of the UK; the grey seal and the common or harbour seal.

The seal enclosure opened in Spring 2005 and is home to the common seals. Deep Sea World can house up to ten seal pups for the one to two months that the pups require to gain weight, prior to being released back into their natural habitat.

Common seals are found in the more sheltered waters of sea lochs and sandy estuaries. They give birth to a dark coated pup between July and September. The pup is dark coloured as the white coat is shed before it is born. The pups are fed on milk for about three weeks then, once weaned, they too must fend for themselves. There are thought to be around 40,000 45,000 common seals around the British coast.
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Clown Fish, Blue Parrot Fish, Blow Fish and Giant Clam, The Great Barrier Reef, April 2015

Anemone and clown fish - Maldives

Fishes at Bangla Sahib 1

clown fish and nurse sharks

Dive at Gab Gam beach guam, early morning. We were looking at a clown fish and anemoneys when some one in our party spoted the sharks at the feed bucket. Sharks are rair at this dive spot., Fotage is raw and unedited for now.
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ocellaris snowflake juveniles

Ocellaris Snowflake

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Onyx clownfish with Picasso markings

Clownfish Defense

[SD Quality, Cannon G10] Clownfish vigorously defend their anemone (containing their young) from me as I swim a little closer than they would like

Amr Khelosy - Diving in Hurghada-Egypt with Clown Fish 1

Amr Khelosy - Diving in Hurghada-Egypt with Clown Fish 1
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