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Choose from 52 pictures in our Rock Cod collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Fish Pond Featured Rock Cod Print

Fish Pond

July 1926: A man angling in the fish pond at Port Logan, Dumfries and Galloway. The tidal fish pond was built in the 18th century and tame cod can be fed by hand when summoned by a bell. Port Logan also has a botanical gardens which has grown sub-tropical plants for over a century. (Photo by Alfred Hind Robinson/A H Robinson/Getty Images)

WHALING SHIP, 1924. The Wanderer, the last full-rigged whaling ship to sail from New Bedford Featured Rock Cod Print

WHALING SHIP, 1924. The Wanderer, the last full-rigged whaling ship to sail from New Bedford

WHALING SHIP, 1924.
The Wanderer, the last full-rigged whaling ship to sail from New Bedford, Massachusetts, lies wrecked on the rocks off Cuttyhunk Island, near Cape Cod, 26 August 1924

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VT-8765 Trumpetfish & Speckled-fin Rockcod / white-streaked Grouper (Epinephelus ongus) - the Trumpetfish hovers next to Speckeled-Fin Rockcod waiting for its prey. Note the lack of hunting colours the Trumpetfish. Trumpetfish often use other Featured Rock Cod Print

VT-8765 Trumpetfish & Speckled-fin Rockcod / white-streaked Grouper (Epinephelus ongus) - the Trumpetfish hovers next to Speckeled-Fin Rockcod waiting for its prey. Note the lack of hunting colours the Trumpetfish. Trumpetfish often use other

VT-8765
Trumpetfish & Speckled-fin Rockcod / white-streaked Grouper (Epinephelus ongus) - the Trumpetfish hovers next to Speckeled-Fin Rockcod waiting for it's prey. Note the lack of hunting colours the Trumpetfish. Trumpetfish often use other fish as a blind while hunting.
Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
Aulostomus chinensis.
Valerie & Ron Taylor
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