The swallowtail seaperch lives between 15 and 200 m in depth, along rocky slopes and close to caves.
This little red crab, called 'touloulou' or 'tourlourou' in French, is common to
It inhabits sandy or muddy seabeds at depths of 9 to 100 metres.
The meagre is a coastal fish whose life cycle runs its course in both seawater and freshwater.
The body of boxfish is formed of joined bony plates that give them their characteristic box-like sha
This species is worthy of its name, with a maximum reported size of 2.50 m in length and weight of 4
The lumpfish has a stout body. Its dorsal fin thickens with age, eventually becoming a thick ridge.
The red scorpionfish is a sedentary fish found anywhere from 15 to 500 m below the surface.
The nautilus's shell provides it with protection and acts as a flotation device.
The grey reef shark stands apart from the grey sandbar shark (Carcharhinus plumbeus) for its black-t
This shark, which is easy to recognize with its four lengthwise spurs running along its body, has a
More of a carnivore in its younger years, it becomes a herbivore in its adulthood.