Explain the Reef!
What are Copepods? They’re tiny, ungainly crustaceans. Often barely visible to us, they aren’t on anyone’s must see list. But
What are fire corals? Well, they’re not true corals, although their talent for stinging certainly lives up to the fire
Describing pelagic fishes is easy: They swim, feed and just hang out in the open ocean, a pretty consistent pattern
Flounders are famously fishes that start out with typical-fish body shapes and morph into bottom-dwelling flatfishes that live sideways, with
Why do flying fishes fly? To escape predators, to flee from surprises like boat engines next them, perhaps to entertain
What are sea urchins? Members of Class Echinoidea, they’re distant cousins of starfishes that boast imposing defenses and bad reputations.
When leatherback and hawksbill sea turtles finish laying their eggs in newly dug nests on
Flounders are famously fishes that start out with typical-fish body shapes and morph into bottom-dwelling
True soft corals are among the most beautiful gems of the reef, yet they’re difficult