The Rhinopias Scorpionfish is relatively rare and it also one of the must see marine critters for divers and underwater photographers. It was on my bucket list in my previous trip in April this year but as the weather was … Continue reading The Weedy Scorpionfish – Rhinopias frondosa
This cute little Flamboyant Cuttlefish is a masterful camouflage artist. Always popular with divers and underwater photographers for its graceful movement in water and ability to transform from a dull colour octopus to a bright 3-D textured patterned creature coming out of a Hollywood movie! Continue reading A Masterful Camouflage Artist – This Flamboyant Cuttlefish
The spiny Devil fish is a venomous fish belonging to the family of fishes that is closely related to the Stone Fish. A nocturnal fish, benthic dweller and well camouflage next to its surroundings .
The Leaf Scorpionfish has mastered the art of mimicry and looks like a leaf or algae as it moves in harmony with the current. With its mottled colouration, leafy appendages and motionless behaviour and lying among alga and hydroids, it is a very good ambush predator. Continue reading Leaf Scorpionfish – Flat As A Piece Of Paper
The Scorpionfish is a highly poisonous fish. Closely related to the Lion fish. Continue reading Scorpionfish – From White To Black
For the uninitiated, you’d expect a fish with a moniker like “Stargazer” to be all starry-eyed and dreamy. Sorry to disappoint. Instead, the Stargazer sports a sinister appearance and in fact, ranks high on the list of poisonous fish found on the ocean floor. Continue reading Stargazer With A Grimace And Down-Turned Mouth