Swimming with whale sharks near Cancun, Mexico. Does it freak anyone else out that the shark's mouth is bigger than the person?
The giant isopod, known scientifically as Bathynomus giganteus, is the largest known member of the isopod family. It is very closely related to the small pillbugs that you can find in the garden
Dusky, blacktip and bronze whaler sharks make short work of an anchovy baitball in the ocean near Port St Johns, South Africa.
Blue Ribbon Eels. They remind me of baby birds begging to be fed!
The flying gurnards are a family, Dactylopteridae, of marine fish notable for their greatly enlarged pectoral fins.
Bobble Coral Shrimp
Leafy Sea Dragon. These creatures have adapted some of the most ornate and effective camouflage of any creature on the planet. These striking sea horse relatives are found only in the drifting seaweed and undersea forests of Australia.