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FISH

There are over 32,000 known species of fish in our ocean, from tiny jawfish to massive whale sharks. Each species has distinct visual features and unique behavioral characteristics, like how they reproduce and how they protect themselves from predators. Here are a few unique fish species and our favorite facts about them. 

   DOWNLOAD     Credit: The Ocean Agency   |  The Red Indian Fish, a rare sight to see, is endemic to Australia and known to periodically shed its skin in one complete piece. This rids the fish of encrusting algae that grows on the skin and improve its camouflage. 

DOWNLOAD  Credit: The Ocean Agency  |  The Red Indian Fish, a rare sight to see, is endemic to Australia and known to periodically shed its skin in one complete piece. This rids the fish of encrusting algae that grows on the skin and improve its camouflage. 

   DOWNLOAD     Credit:  Jayne Jenkins  | One of the most recognizable species, Frogfish can open their mouths 12 times their resting size.

DOWNLOAD  Credit:  Jayne Jenkins | One of the most recognizable species, Frogfish can open their mouths 12 times their resting size.