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Voyage To Inner Space - Exploring the Seas With NOAA Collect
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Endangered sea turtle cruises a coral reef in the Florida Keys.
Atlantic Ocean, Florida Keys.
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Sharks are a valuable fishery for their fins, a delicacy in the Orient.
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Ocean sunfish floats serenely in midwater. Mola mola.
Tropical Atlantic Ocean, Florida.
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School of myctophid midwater fish are important prey for game fish.
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Bass photographed by ROV in Lake Malawi, Africa.
Africa, Lake Malawi.
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Salmon spawning in a northwest U.S. hatchery.
Northwest U.S., Washington.
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Cunner inhabit a rocky reefs in New England.
Atlantic Ocean, coastal New England.
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School of northern anchovies make great sardines. Engraulis mordax.
Pacific Ocean.
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Northern anchovies are important prey for marine mammals and game fish
Pacific Ocean.
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School of yellow fin tuna, hunted and hunter along the Gulf Stream. Thunnus albacares.
Atlantic Ocean, Gulf Stream.
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Amberjack are a common sight on Carolina artificial reefs. Seriola dumerili.
Temperate Atlantic Ocean, North Carolina.
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Small gobie scavenges on remains of a tiny clam.
Pacific Ocean, Coastal California.
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French angelfish are common on shallow tropical reefs. Pomacanthus paru.
Tropical Atlantic Ocean. 1984 August
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Blue chromis use corals for refuge from larger predators. Chromis cyaneus.
Florida, Florida Keys
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Tilefish live in burrows, sometimes forming undersea Pueblo villages. Lopholatilus chamaeleonticeps.
Atlantic Ocean, Veatch Canyon.
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Goosefish laying camoflaged on a northern rocky reef. Lophius americanus.
North Atlantic Ocean, Georges Bank.
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Yellow-headed wrasse hover over brain coral. Halichoeres garnoti.
US Virgin Islands, Caribbean Sea, St. Croix 1983 July
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Brain corals are an important reef building species throughout the tropics. Diploria sp.
US Virgin Islands, Caribbean Sea, St. Croix 1983 July
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Bank sea bass pick through the rubble near temperate reefs. Centropristis sp.
Temperate Atlantic Ocean, coastal Carolinas. 1989 August
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Rock fish blends in with soft coral cover.
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Rat-tail, also known as a grenadier. These bony fish inhabit sandy plains along the continental slope. Grenadier belong to the family Macrouridae and are gadiformes (cod-like fishes).
Temperate Atlantic Ocean, Hatteras Slope. 1991 August
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Balloonfish deflated and resting. Diodon holocanthus.
Tropical Atlantic Ocean, Florida Keys. 1991 June
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Manta ray rises from the sand at the base of a Carolina reef.
Temperate Atlantic Ocean, coastal Carolinas.
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Northern tilefish inspects its deep sea burrow off New England. Lopholatilus chamaeleonticeps.
Atlantic Ocean, slope off New Jersey. 1974 May
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Nassau grouper ambushes its prey on Caribbean coral reefs. Epinephelus striatus.
Tropical Atlantic Ocean, Bahamas.
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Blackbar soldierfish huddle within a coral reef nook. Myripristus jacobus.
Tropical Atlantic Ocean, Bahamas.
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Yelloweye rockfish, Sebastes ruberrimus, is a species in a common genus of Pacific rockfish.
Pacific Ocean, Alaska.
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Lingcod, Ophiodon elongatus, are an important commercial and recreational fish species.
Temperate Pacific Ocean, Alaska. 1994 May
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Wolf-eels, Anarrhichthys ocellatus, have powerful jaws for crushing bivalves.
Temperate Pacific Ocean, Alaska. 1994 May
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Bat-fish, wearing too much make-up, poses to intimidate. Ogcocephalus parvus.
Sub-tropical Atlantic Ocean, coastal Carolinas.
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Scorpionfish's ugly visage allows it to hide in northern seaweed beds. Scorpaena plumieri.
Temperate Atlantic Ocean, offshore Massachusetts. 1976 May
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Diver observes French angelfish. Pomacanthus paru.
US Virgin Islands, Caribbean Sea, St. Croix
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Gag is the most common grouper in the southeast U.S. Mycteroperca microlepis.
Sub-tropical Atlantic Ocean, coastal Carolinas. 1991 August
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Spotted moray eel slithers among the reef growth. Gymnothorax moringa.
Tropical Atlantic Ocean, Florida Keys.
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Spotted eagle ray soars over Florida Keys reefs. Aetobatus sp.
Tropical Atlantic Ocean, Florida Keys.
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Green moray eel caught in a fish trap eats the other inmates. Gymnothorax sp.
Gulf of Mexico.
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Nassau grouper eyeing its next meal. Epinephelus striatus.
Tropical Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea.
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Jackknife-fish's coloration makes it stand out to potential mates. Equetus lanceolatus.
Tropical Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea.
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Garibaldis are common in California kelp-beds. Hypsypops rubicundus.
Temperate Pacific Ocean, coastal California.
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Seahorse fathers rear their young in a pouch, like kangaroos. Hippocampus erectus.
Atlantic Ocean.
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Juvenile codfish caught in a gill net. Gadus morhua.
Atlantic Ocean, offshore New England.
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A spotted goosefish on basalt boulder in 780 meters off Hawaii
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Vase sponge and squirrel fish off NURC station in Bahamas
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Jellyfish may be the most common ocean animal, but are hard to catch in nets.
Temperate Atlantic Ocean, offshore Cape Hatteras. 1992 August
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Ctenophore or comb jellyfish feeding.

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