Contrary to popular belief, the apparent increase in blooms of jellyfish around the world may simply be a natural rise and fall in populations over the decades.
Thorny seahorses, Hippocampus histrix, inhabit sandy and reef substrates in the Western Pacific.
The painted frogfish, Antennarius pictus, is also known as the painted anglerfish because it uses a lure to attract prey, like all frogfish.
Leaf scorpionfish are found in various parts of the world, including the tropical Indo-Pacific and the Red Sea.
Juvenile frogfish are less than 1 cm long, almost the size of a thumb-nail.
Bumble bee shrimps, Caridina sp., are found throughout the Indo-Pacific.
A new type of meat-eating sponge called the harp sponge, Chondrocladia lyra, has been discovered off the coast of California near Monterey Bay.
Skeleton shrimp belong to the family Caprellidae, and are sometimes also referred to as ghost shrimp.
Cuttlefish eggs laid inside an old pair of pants, the zip of which is visible, at Puri Jati in Bali, Indonesia.
A species of coral in Fiji calls on goby fish to rescue it when under attack by a toxic seaweed.