Cuttlefish belong to the cephalopods group, which literally means « feet on the head ».
This trevally has a unique colouring, a brilliant yellow with vertical black bars.
The Moorish idol is related to surgeonfish but differs in its lack of a scalpel shaped spine at the
The royal gramma, also known as the fairy basslet, lives in small shoals close to coral reefs, from
This fish lives in waters with temperatures ranging from -1 to 14°C.
This gregarious pelagic fish migrates into the open ocean in the winter.
The pond slider is called the 'Florida turtle' in French.
Tarpons live in coastal waters, estuaries, lagoons and sometimes even rivers.
The white-spotted puffer is found on mixed seabeds (of coral, sand, detritus and sea grass) in estua
The John Dory is a solitary fish that lives above sandy or muddy seabeds, up to 600 m deep.
The white-spotted jellyfish is recognizable for its bluish umbrella with evenly spaced white dots.
This is one of the largest species off the southeast coast of Australia, growing up to 35 cm in leng