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  4. A World Wildlife Fund study in New Guinea has documented many new species, including this Snub Nosed Dolphin. Discovered in 2005, it is the first new dolphin species to be observed in the last 300 years.

     
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  6. i’m baaack…

     
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  9. braingels:

    White-lined nudibranch

     
  10. underwater-realm:

    Urchins unite! by MerMate on Flickr.

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  11. underwater-realm:

    Coral Grouper by Fish.Eye on Flickr.

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  13. tentacritters:

    Red (and white and green and blue and gray and purple) cuttlefish


     

     

  14. White-Lined or Alabaster Nudibranch,Dirona lineata

    By stevenbillings on Flickr

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  15. Wolf Eel, Anarrhichthys ocellatus

    By jrixunderwater on FlickrWolf Eel 0530

    Wolf Eels are not true eels because they have pectoral fins. These fins are used while swimming and as supports while the animal is resting on the bottom. These fish have large lips and powerful teeth and jaws to protect them from the spines of sea urchins, their favorite food.