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Background imageRay Collection: Healthy coral reef landscape, Carl's Ultimate dive site in the Eastern Fields of Papua New Guinea

Healthy coral reef landscape, Carl's Ultimate dive site in the Eastern Fields of Papua New Guinea
Healthy coral reef landscape, Carl's Ultimate dive site in the Eastern Fields of Papua New Guinea

Background imageRay Collection: Seahorse skeleton

Seahorse skeleton. Coloured x-ray of a seahorse (Hippocampus sp.). Seahorse populations are under threat due to the fishing industry

Background imageRay Collection: Yellow and blueback fusilier (Caesio teres) shoal, Similan Islands, Andaman Sea, Thailand

Yellow and blueback fusilier (Caesio teres) shoal, Similan Islands, Andaman Sea, Thailand

Background imageRay Collection: Roman seafood mosaic

Roman seafood mosaic. Mosaics consist of small pieces of coloured glass or stone, used to form an image or pattern on a floor or wall

Background imageRay Collection: Port Vale - 1953 / 54

Port Vale - 1953 / 54
Football - 1953 / 1954 season - Port Vale Team Group Top (left to right): Donald Bould, Ron Fitzgerald, Selwyn Whalley, Stan Smith, Billy Cook, Pat Willdigg, Derek Mountford

Background imageRay Collection: RF - Hawksbill sea turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) swimming over a coral reef

RF - Hawksbill sea turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) swimming over a coral reef. Whilst a Predatory bandcheek wrasse (Oxycheilinus digrammus)

Background imageRay Collection: Killer Whales / Orcas (Orcinus orca)

Killer Whales / Orcas (Orcinus orca)
Killer whales / Orcas (Orcinus orca) large pod including calf traveling together while foraging on large schools of Herring (Clupea harengus) in the cold waters of northern Norway, January

Background imageRay Collection: Leafy seadragon (Phycodurus eques) male carrying eggs, swims over seagrass meadow

Leafy seadragon (Phycodurus eques) male carrying eggs, swims over seagrass meadow. Wool Bay, Edithburgh, South Australia. Gulf of St Vincent

Background imageRay Collection: Northern pike (Esox lucius) amongst Shining pondweed (Potamogeton lucens)

Northern pike (Esox lucius) amongst Shining pondweed (Potamogeton lucens). Lake Neuchatel, Switzerland, September. Photographed for The Freshwater Project

Background imageRay Collection: Tarpon (Megalops atlanticus) portrait, Eleuthera, Bahamas. December

Tarpon (Megalops atlanticus) portrait, Eleuthera, Bahamas. December

Background imageRay Collection: Piraputanga fish (Brycon hilarii) in underwater landscape, Aquario Natural, Rio Baia Bonito

Piraputanga fish (Brycon hilarii) in underwater landscape, Aquario Natural, Rio Baia Bonito, Bonito area, Serra da Bodoquena (Bodoquena Mountain Range), Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil

Background imageRay Collection: Young European eel (Anguilla anguilla) elvers, or glass eels

Young European eel (Anguilla anguilla) elvers, or glass eels, caught during their annual migration up rivers from the Bristol channel, swimming in a large holding tank at UK Glass Eels

Background imageRay Collection: Dugong (Dugong dugon) male feeding on a seagrass meadow (Halophila stipulacea)

Dugong (Dugong dugon) male feeding on a seagrass meadow (Halophila stipulacea), accompanied by a young Golden trevally (Gnathanodon speciosus). Marsa Nabaa, Marsa Alam, Egypt. Red Sea

Background imageRay Collection: Turtles Of The Great Barrier Reef

Turtles Of The Great Barrier Reef
These are the many faces of the turtle species residing on Heron Island Heron Island is a stunning coral cay situated in the Southern Great Barrier Reef of Australia

Background imageRay Collection: School of Blackfin barracuda (Sphyraena qenie) forming circle in open water off the wall

School of Blackfin barracuda (Sphyraena qenie) forming circle in open water off the wall at Shark Reef, Ras Mohammed Marine Park, Sinai, Egypt. Red Sea

Background imageRay Collection: Weedy seadragon (Phyllopteryx taeniolatus) male carries eggs through a kelp forest

Weedy seadragon (Phyllopteryx taeniolatus) male carries eggs through a kelp forest (Macrocystis pyrifera) in Tasmania, Australia. Tasmania is the only part of Australia with giant kelp forests

Background imageRay Collection: Malacosteus niger, stoplight loosejaw

Malacosteus niger, stoplight loosejaw
Deep sea fish found off Tasmania, Australia. Specimen held in the collections at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageRay Collection: Shells - x-ray

Shells - x-ray
PM-7161 SHELLS - X-RAY Pat Morris Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageRay Collection: Manta Ray - with Remora on underside, in feeding mode. showing disected gill slits Red Sea

Manta Ray - with Remora on underside, in feeding mode. showing disected gill slits Red Sea
KA-73 Manta RAY - In feeding mode, from underneath, showing distended gill slits, with Remora Red Sea Manta birostris Kurt Amsler Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageRay Collection: RF - Southern stingray (Dasyatis americana) swimming over sand in shallow water at dawn

RF - Southern stingray (Dasyatis americana) swimming over sand in shallow water at dawn, Cayman Islands, Caribbean Sea

Background imageRay Collection: Coloured X-ray of two seahorses, Hippocampus sp

Coloured X-ray of two seahorses, Hippocampus sp
Seahorses. Coloured X-ray of two seahorses, Hippocampus sp. positioned back to back. A seahorse is a type of fish. The external bony skeleton consists of rings around the head, trunk

Background imageRay Collection: Triggerfish skeleton, X-ray

Triggerfish skeleton, X-ray
Triggerfish skeleton. Coloured X-ray of a triggerfish (family Balistidae). Its name originates from its ability to erect the first two dorsal spines (upper left), which can then lock or unlock

Background imageRay Collection: Giant manta ray

Giant manta ray
Giant manta (Manta birostris) swimming in front of the Sun. The manta is the largest of the rays, and it can reach up to six metres from wingtip to wingtip

Background imageRay Collection: Manta ray

Manta ray (Manta birostris). This is the worlds largest ray. It can reach a total length of around eight metres and weigh up to 3, 000 kilograms

Background imageRay Collection: Manta Ray - with sucker fish (remora) attached Pacific Ocean, Mexico. SPE00311

Manta Ray - with sucker fish (remora) attached Pacific Ocean, Mexico. SPE00311
AU-19-MS Pacific Manta Ray - with remoras. filter feeding Manta birostris Auscape Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway.

Background imageRay Collection: Stingray - These large soft rays live on sand in the Moorea lagoon

Stingray - These large soft rays live on sand in the Moorea lagoon. They have become a tourist attraction
VT-8656 STINGRAY - These large soft rays live on sand in the Moorea lagoon. They have become a tourist attraction. Moorea, French Polynesia

Background imageRay Collection: Giant Manta Ray (Manta birostris), San Benedicto Island, Revillagigedo Archipelago

Giant Manta Ray (Manta birostris), San Benedicto Island, Revillagigedo Archipelago Biosphere Reserve (Socorro Islands), Pacific Ocean, Western Mexico. Vulnerable species

Background imageRay Collection: Kaleidoscopic image of Clarks anemonefish (Amphiprion clarkii), Ambon, Indonesia

Kaleidoscopic image of Clarks anemonefish (Amphiprion clarkii), Ambon, Indonesia

Background imageRay Collection: Roughtail stingray (Dasyatis centura) on sea floor, Tenerife, Canary Islands

Roughtail stingray (Dasyatis centura) on sea floor, Tenerife, Canary Islands

Background imageRay Collection: Grayling (Thymallus) migrating to spawning in the Temnik River, Lake Baikal, Baikalsky Reserve

Grayling (Thymallus) migrating to spawning in the Temnik River, Lake Baikal, Baikalsky Reserve, Siberia, Russia. May

Background imageRay Collection: Killer whale (Orcinus orca) pod hunting together in herring baitball (Clupea harengus)

Killer whale (Orcinus orca) pod hunting together in herring baitball (Clupea harengus), Andenes, Andoya island, North Atlantic Ocean, Norway, April

Background imageRay Collection: A portrait of a male Ballan wrasse (Labrus bergylta), showing his bright mating colours

A portrait of a male Ballan wrasse (Labrus bergylta), showing his bright mating colours. Plymouth, Devon, England, Great Britain. Wreck of the Glen Strathallan, Plymouth Sound, English Channel

Background imageRay Collection: A portrait of a Mediterranean parrotfish (Sparisoma cretense) above an algae covered rock

A portrait of a Mediterranean parrotfish (Sparisoma cretense) above an algae covered rock. El Hierro, Canary Islands, Spain. East Atlantic Ocean

Background imageRay Collection: Solar eclipse August 21 Wisconsin

Solar eclipse August 21 Wisconsin
Solar eclipse August 21, 2017 at 1:15pm from Wisconsin, USA 85% Coverage

Background imageRay Collection: Oriental Sweetlips

Oriental Sweetlips
Un plongeur se cachant derriere un banc de Gaterins Rayes.. Barathieu Gabriel

Background imageRay Collection: Freshwater fishes including Cichlid between water plants and leaves. Cenote Nicte-Ha

Freshwater fishes including Cichlid between water plants and leaves. Cenote Nicte-Ha, near Tulum, Quintana Roo, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico

Background imageRay Collection: Illuminated netdevil (Linophyne arboritera), male anglerfish attached to much larger female

Illuminated netdevil (Linophyne arboritera), male anglerfish attached to much larger female, captive from deep sea

Background imageRay Collection: School of Silversides (Atherinomorus lacunosus) mass below a jetty, creating a false

School of Silversides (Atherinomorus lacunosus) mass below a jetty, creating a false ceiling of fish. Berenice Jetty, Aqaba, Jordan. Gulf of Aqaba, Jordan

Background imageRay Collection: Piraputanga (Brycon hilarii) shoal, Rio Olhio d agua, tributary of Rio da Prata

Piraputanga (Brycon hilarii) shoal, Rio Olhio d agua, tributary of Rio da Prata, Bonito area, Serra da Bodoquena (Bodoquena Mountain Range), Mato Grosso del Sul, Brazil

Background imageRay Collection: Tompot blenny (Parablennius gattorugine) portrait, Swanage Pier, Swanage, Dorset, UK

Tompot blenny (Parablennius gattorugine) portrait, Swanage Pier, Swanage, Dorset, UK, English Channel, August

Background imageRay Collection: Blue Spotted Stingray (Dasyatis kuhlii, also known as Kuhls Stingray

Blue Spotted Stingray (Dasyatis kuhlii, also known as Kuhls Stingray

Background imageRay Collection: Dolphin Fish (Coryphaena hippurus), surface dwelling, ray-finned fish

Dolphin Fish (Coryphaena hippurus), surface dwelling, ray-finned fish

Background imageRay Collection: Museum scientists holding Oarfish specimen

Museum scientists holding Oarfish specimen
Regalecus glesne. From left to right: Graham Pellow, Colin McCarthy, Prof. Philip Rainbow, Dr. Roger Lincoln, Ollie Crimmen and Sir Neil Chalmers

Background imageRay Collection: Pomfret illustration

Pomfret illustration
One of 67 original water colour drawings of Mammals, Reptiles and Fish found at King Georges Sound, Western Australia, and in its neighbourhood; accompanied by manuscript notes by Neill, Robert

Background imageRay Collection: 1662 Schott Sea Monsters and mermaids

1662 Schott Sea Monsters and mermaids
I Triton, II " Sea monster in the likeness of a monk", III " Sea man in the dress of a bishop", IV " Sea Satyr"

Background imageRay Collection: Manta rays

Manta rays (Manta birostris). This is the worlds largest ray. It can reach a total length of around eight metres and weigh up to 3, 000 kilograms

Background imageRay Collection: Manta Ray Great Barrier Reef, Indo Pacific

Manta Ray Great Barrier Reef, Indo Pacific
VT-6729 Manta Ray Great Barrier Reef - Indo Pacific Manta birostris Valerie & Ron Taylor Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageRay Collection: Pletail unicornfish (Naso brevirostris) juvenile, its horn will continue to grow as it

Pletail unicornfish (Naso brevirostris) juvenile, its horn will continue to grow as it gets older. Fiji Pacific Ocean



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