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$662 MONSTER Lobster MOUNTAIN: 50 Pounds!!!

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0:00 Manta ray (Manta alfredi) approaching and passing overhead

0:08 Exposed reef dominated by Fire coral (Millepora sp.)

0:15 Flounder (Bothus sp.) follows Kuhls stingray (Neotrygon kuhlii) as the ray feeds and disturbs the sand

0:26 Clark’s anemonefish (Amphiprion clarkii) in Heteractis crispa anemone

0:37 Spotted shrimpgoby (Amblyeleotris guttata) keeps lookout and displays to intruders as shrimp (Alpheus ochrostriatus) do the heavy lifting of burrow maintenance; shrimp maintain antennae contact with the shrimpgoby at all times

0:59 Glossodoris electra nudibranch charging across the sand

1:03 Target shrimpgobies (Cryptocentrus strigilliceps) prefer the silty sand habitat found in protected caverns and overhangs

1:06 Lionfish (Pterois volitans) stalks then eats something on the sand

1:10 Clownfish (Amphiprion percula) tending their eggs

1:18 Pink anemonefish (Amphiprion perideraion) in an Heteractis magnifica anemone form large family groups

1:22 “Plucked Chicken” pygmy seahorse (Hippocampus denise) looking around for grub

1:29 Red-margin shrimpgoby (Amblyeleotris rubrimarginata) displaying to intruders on sea grass slope; shrimp (Alpheus bellulus) housekeeping, and Dugong grass (Halophila ovalis) showing heavy epiphyte growth

1:40 Pair of Decorated dartfish (Nemateleotris decora)

1:45 Segmented blenny (Salarias segmentatus) chased away by angry damsel

1:51 Porcupinefish (Diodon hystrix) love train

1:55 Manta rays (Manta alfredi) feeding at the upwelling in a ripping current

2:02 Bigeye trevally (Caranx sexfasciatus) and Scad

2:06 Bigeye trevally (Caranx sexfasciatus)

2:10 Chevron barracuda (Sphyraena qenie) circling, Vlaming’s unicornfish (Naso vlamingii) waiting below

2:14 Titan triggerfish (Balistoides viridescens) breaking off and moving rubble, Checkerboard wrasse (Halichoeres hortulanus) hoping for scraps

2:30 Flatworm obliviously swimming toward a Java moray (Gymnothorax javanicus), passes without trouble

2:46 The convoluted growth form of the Barrel sponge (Xestospongia testudinaria) offers a range of nooks and crannies for invertebrates and their hunters—such as this juvenile Canary wrasse (Halichoeres chrysus)

2:41 Isolated Staghorn coral colonies like this one often host dense cardinalfish and damselfish populations; during the day, damsels feed up in the water column above while cardinals rest in safety, at night the positions reverse

2:46 Japan armina cruising the black sand looking for sea pens to eat

2:54 Twinspot gobies (Signigobius biocellatus) filter mouthfuls of sand in a small territory, usually under a ledge or shear face, and maintain their own underground escape tunnels

3:16 Trimma gobies have tiny territories that they defend aggressively; this is a good spot for ambushing passing plankton. This particular species is not yet described, but referred to as “RW sp.70”

3:20 These Lizardfish (Synodus sp.) were vibrating and slowly changing colours at dusk

3:08 Tiny juvenile Star puffer hiding from a strong current behind a small rock

3:23 Broadclub cuttlefish (Sepia latimanus) are a common reef species

3:26 This male Mimic cardinalfish (Cheilodipterus parazonatus) broods a mouthful of eggs that he needs to aerate

3:20 Eyespot blenny—my blenny of the week—typically predictable, easy to shoot, and entertaining to watch

3:30 Crinoid clingfish (Discotrema monogrammum) make a home in the arms of crinoids

3:38 Caverns and cracks in walls are always occupied by various species of Soldierfish (Holocentridae), joined here by Gold-lined sea bream (Gnathodentex aureolineatus)

3:41 Fusiliers are found at the leading edge of every coral reef

3:46 This brand-spanking new tuna boat sank perfectly vertically after being dragged off the reef in a disastrous salvage attempt; it makes for an unusual and disorientating dive site

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Am I A Fish?

Am I A Fish? Have you ever felt disoriented while recovering at the hospital?? Well Mr. Warner can RELATE. Watch and let us know if you’ve ever had his same experience and felt incredibly bonded to fish!


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Preserving the Migration of Giants: Guyana’s Arapaima

Conservation scientist Dr. Lesley de Souza is working with the people of Guyana to establish a new protected area. Their goal is to safeguard a watershed for animals like the arapaima, one of the largest freshwater fish in the world.

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Japan’s Ominous Dancing Cats and the Disaster That Followed

In the 1950s, the people of Minamata, Japan started seeing strange behavior from the local cats, and it wasn’t long before humans were showing the same symptoms.

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$3 Seafood Vs. $213 Seafood • Australia

“The most luxurious seafood you can get.”

Food lovers Steven Lim and Andrew, along with their cameraman Adam, embark on the ultimate food adventure in BuzzFeed’s hit series, Worth It, trying delicious foods at three price points: affordable, middle tier, and luxury. At the end of the episode, the gang decides which item is the most “worth it” at its given price.


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Sea Bass San Sebastian – Spanish-Inspired Garlic, Pepper & Almond Crusted Sea Bass Recipe

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