The grey reef shark stands apart from the grey sandbar shark (Carcharhinus plumbeus) for its black-t
The longfin bannerfish is characterized by a long tendril extending from its fourth dorsal fin.
The loggerhead turtle is commonly known as the «big-headed turtle» and can also be recognized for i
This fish lives up to 40 m underwater, on stretches of sand and coral debris nearby reefs.
Groupers belong to the Serranidae family, which counts more than 400 identified species.
The nautilus's shell provides it with protection and acts as a flotation device.
Cuttlefish belong to the cephalopods group, which literally means « feet on the head ».
This fish from the dragonet family lives in coral reefs and particularly in sheltered lagoons.
This little anemone grows on hard substrates (rocks and wrecks).
The Moorish idol is related to surgeonfish but differs in its lack of a scalpel shaped spine at the