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Chrysoperia carnea on a flower by Marek Weisskopf on 500px

Chrysoperia carnea on a flower by Marek Weisskopf on

Fly on pink flower by Marek Weisskopf on 500px

This beautiful fly sitting on the flower so I took her for you.

My iMac have a bug! by Marek Weisskopf on 500px

My iMac have a bug! by Marek Weisskopf on

Invasive lionfish in Florida Keys - LIONFISH INVASION photographs and video by author Most of you have probably heard about the invasive red lionfish Pterois volitans that has been threatenin

Invasive lionfish in Florida Keys - LIONFISH INVASION photographs and video by author Most of you have probably heard about the invasive red lionfish Pterois volitans that has been threatenin

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scorpion fish Photo by Ceresi Claudio — National Geographic Your Shot

Banded #Sea Krait #snake

Spectacular reefs & a local Laticauda colubrina or 'Black banded sea snake' at one of a hundred diving patches found in the seas of Port Moresby - the capital of Papua New Guinea.

Lionfish! Can be extremely poisonous if not filleted properly, but also delicious!

Lionfish are invading Caribbean waters- the CEI is doing much to combat this problem, by encouraging fisherman to target the species, as well as promoting the creation of jewelry from Lionfish fins! Lionfish - Photo by Maria Teresa Lara

Fly on pink flower by Marek Weisskopf on 500px

This beautiful fly sitting on the flower so I took her for you.

The volitan lionfish (Pterois volitans) is a stunning reef predator. The large venomous spines keep them safe from larger predators and their stripes help camouflage themselves while hunting prey. This species has become invasive in the gulf coast and the southeastern coast of the United States. Though a spectacular fish for a predatory fish-only tank, they will eat small fish and shrimp. — at Fauna NYC

The volitan lionfish (Pterois volitans) is a stunning reef predator. The large venomous spines keep them safe from larger predators and their stripes help camouflage themselves while hunting prey. This species has become invasive in the gulf coast and the southeastern coast of the United States. Though a spectacular fish for a predatory fish-only tank, they will eat small fish and shrimp. — at Fauna NYC

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