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Red Sea Gallery

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Choose from 822 pictures in our Red Sea collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Whale shark and pilot fish Featured Print

Whale shark and pilot fish

Whale shark (Rhincodon typus) about to eat a pilot fish (Naucrates ductor). The whale shark is the largest fish in the world, growing up to 18 metres in length. This harmless, solitary animal is found in tropical and warm waters throughout the world, except the Mediterranean. It is a filter feeder, straining plankton and small organisms from the water. It generates its own suction rather than relying on its forward motion and schooling fish may be eaten at times. The pilot fish is a scavenger well know for its habit of accompanying ships and large fish, especially sharks, in warm waters. Photographed in the Red Sea, Egypt

© Alexis Rosenfeld/Science Photo Library

Dugong, remora and golden trevallies Featured Print

Dugong, remora and golden trevallies

Dugong (Dugong dugong) with a remora (Echeneis naucrates) attached at its rear and juvenile golden trevallies (Gnathanodon speciosus) swimming in front. The dugong is a herbivorous marine mammal found in shallow, tropical waters throughout the Indo-Pacific region. It can grow to three metres in length and 400 kilograms in weight. Remoras have a symbiotic relationship with large sea animals. They use a sucking disk on the top of their heads to attach to their host. They clean the host's skin of parasites and the host's presence protects the remoras from predators. The golden trevallies swim in front of harmless sea animals to be pushed along by the animal's propulsion. Photographed in the Red Sea, Egypt

© Alexis Rosenfeld/Science Photo Library

Conshelf Two, Red Sea Featured Print

Conshelf Two, Red Sea

Conshelf Two. This underwater research station is located at a depth of ten metres in the Red Sea, off Sudan. The project, developed by Jaques Costeau in the 1960s, was the first attempt at creating a habitable environment on the sea floor. During the project, 6 oceanauts lived in the station for a period of ten days

© GEORGETTE DOUWMA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY