Spineless killers
Triggering fear among swimmers from coast to coast, box jellyfish carry an arsenal of frighteningly powerful venom.
Flashy rock stars
They live fast and die young – the pretty and poisonous flamboyant cuttlefish.
Feeling a little horse?
You would be if you were a pygmy seahorse, the diminutive, supremely camouflaged darlings of the marine community.
Ancient shape-shifters
Don’t be fooled by their simple appearance – sponges are intricate organisms perfectly adapted to their habitat.
Fintastic fathers
If you’ve ever thought being a father had its tough moments, spare a thought for some of nature’s finned and feathered dads …
Feathers and friends
Spectacular feather stars provide decorative sancturies to other marine organisms.
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