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Barracudas – Sphyraena - And 3 More Mind Blowing Silvery Fish

The tiger shark's reputation as an indiscriminate eater that will swallow anything it finds, including garbage, has earned it the nickname "wastebasket of the sea."

The Great Barrier Reef we stand to lose – in pictures

Photo by Twin tiger sharks ignore me as they swim past on their way to feed on a dead sperm whale floating on the near Cairns

Rare look at the stunning Barreleye with transparent head, a small deep-sea argentiniform fish comprising the family Opisthoproctidae. It's found in tropical-to-temperate waters.

Rare look at the stunning Barreleye with transparent head a small deep-sea argentiniform fish comprising the family Opisthoproctidae. It's found in tropical-to-temperate waters of the Atlantic Pacific and Indian Oceans.

The Great Barracuda

Barracuda: tiny brained, scary looking, prehistoric fish that shadow reef divers off to the side. Be very sure you have NO shiny gear. this is said to provoke attacks from these lightning fast predators.

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The sailfish is the fastest fish in the ocean. With recorded swimming speeds of up to 70 mph, they can keep pace with the fastest animal on land, the Cheetah!

Sand tiger shark:  Like all sharks, sand tiger sharks breathe underwater, through their gills. But sand tigers have one unique habit: They are the only sharks that come to the surface to gulp air. This gulp of air isn't for breathing, though. After the shark swallows the air it ends up in its stomach. The air makes the shark more buoyant, so it can float motionless in the water as it watches for prey.

Sand tiger shark: Like all sharks, sand tiger sharks breathe underwater…

Mud Skate shark

The bowmouth guitarfish (Rhina ancylostoma), also called the shark ray or mud skate, is a species of ray and the sole member of the family Rhinidae. A rare fish, it is vulnerable to extinction.

Fish Identification: Great Barracuda (Sphyraena barracuda)

An excellent gamefish, the great barracuda leads a list of marine fish that cause ciguatera when eaten, although small fish are apparently .

Up Close. The dominant featured smoothly-curving W shape pupils of a giant cuttlefish.

The giant cuttlefish lives off of Southern Australia and is the size of an American football!

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A masked puffer fish (Arothron diadematus) swims near coral at the Egyptian resort of Madinat Makadi near Hurgada.

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