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stephanocardona:

Secretary Blenny by gregityrx1 Link: http://ift.tt/1qtPKOu

stephanocardona:

Secretary Blenny by gregityrx1 Link: http://ift.tt/1qtPKOu

westexmaria:

Sunset, Kalalau Beach, Napali Coast, Kauai, Hawaii

westexmaria:

Sunset, Kalalau Beach, Napali Coast, Kauai, Hawaii

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neaq:

Look, but don’t touch: This is a guineafowl pufferfish. It may look darling, but its skin is covered in a toxic mucous. You’ll find this fellow in the Armored and Venomous exhibit among the tropical exhibits.
Check out some of the other residents of the tropical gallery:
longhorn cowfish
lionfish
unicorn tang and unicornfish
mandarinfish
palette surgeonfish and clownfish
Banggai cardinalfish

neaq:

Look, but don’t touch: This is a guineafowl pufferfish. It may look darling, but its skin is covered in a toxic mucous. You’ll find this fellow in the Armored and Venomous exhibit among the tropical exhibits.

Check out some of the other residents of the tropical gallery:

neaq:

Visitor Pictures: Oooh, Mediterranean jellies. Aquarists at the New England Aquarium raise jellies behind the scenes, from tiny polyps to the ruffled beauties you see here.
Photo: oceansonfire

neaq:

Visitor Pictures: Oooh, Mediterranean jellies. Aquarists at the New England Aquarium raise jellies behind the scenes, from tiny polyps to the ruffled beauties you see here.

Photo: oceansonfire

neaq:

Now Playing! Relationships between wild animals and people have always fascinated us. In the 1970’s and 80’s, the New England Aquarium was home to an amazingly charismatic animal that seemingly bridged the gap between two different species. Andre the seal was a male harbor seal that was raised as a pup in the home of an irascible Mainer named Harry Goodridge. Their relationship over 25 years, including nearly 15 years of winters at the Aquarium, is the subject of a well-crafted, new PBS program called “The Seal Who Came Home.”

Tune in to WGBH 2 in Boston tonight at 7:30 to watch! The program will re-air  Saturday (8/30) at 2:30 p.m. More details