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Sicklefin lemon shark (Negaprion acutidens) Featured 11 Feb 2014 Image

Sicklefin lemon shark (Negaprion acutidens)

Sicklefin lemon shark (Negaprion acutidens), swimming through large school of fish. The species is listed as vulnerable with a decreasing population. Beqa Lagoon, Fiji

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Old wife
Enoplosus armatus
Old Wives are a family of fish containing a single species. It is unique to Australia. Old Wives can occur in pairs, as large solitary individuals on coastal reefs, and in large schools usually in sheltered habitats such as seagrass beds or beside jetty pylons. The dorsal spines are venemous. The common name is derived from the grating sound the fish makes when stressed (ex. when being removed from a fish hook).
New South Wales, Australia

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Comet starfish
Fromia polypora
Starfish can regenerate asexually. If an arm breaks off, many species can grow a whole new arm. Other species deliberately shed arms which then regenerate into complete new animals. This form of asexual reproduction is called fission. The budding new starfish attached to a mature arm, like the one shown here, is called a Comet Starfish.
New South Wales, Australia

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