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Aerial of flooding river discharging eroded soil, silt and other sediments into the Java Sea Featured Prawn Print

Aerial of flooding river discharging eroded soil, silt and other sediments into the Java Sea

An aerial view of a flooding river discharging eroded soil, silt and other sediments into the Java Sea, north coast of Java Island, Indonesia. There are more than four main river channels sending dark brown plumes of suspended sediments into the Java Sea. Mixing of the waters creates an oil-painting effect as the brown sediment-laden terrestrial waters mix with the aqua blue waters of the Java Sea. The river course has been modified by man-made activities in this intensively farmed area of both rice paddies and prawn farms. Additional farmland is created in this densely populated area around Indramayu as the delta progrades into the Java Sea. Adjacent coastal plains are partly submerged by river water channelled by intense agricultural activity

© 2014 Michael Thirnbeck

Spearing mantis shrimp (Lysiosquilla sulcirostris) Featured Prawn Print

Spearing mantis shrimp (Lysiosquilla sulcirostris)

Spearing mantis shrimp (Lysiosquilla sulcirostris), lives in a large U-shaped burrow excavated in the sand. Hunts mostly at night. During the day, burrow entrances are capped with a thin sand-mucus membrane with just the eyes and antennules protruding through a small hole in the centre. They will rapidly strike prey with their dagger-like dactyls, impaling soft-bodied prey such as fish or prawns on the needle-sharp spines. Anilao, Manila, Philippines

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Kuruma prawn (Marsupenaeus japonicus) Featured Prawn Print

Kuruma prawn (Marsupenaeus japonicus)

Kuruma prawn (Marsupenaeus japonicus), a commercially important species, reaching 17 cm in the case of males and 27 cm for females, one of the largest prawns. It is widely raised in shrimp farms. Indo-West Pacific

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