Surgeonfish derive their name from the blades like scalpels at the base of their tail.
The whitetip reef shark is often observed « sleeping » on the ocean floor.
More of a carnivore in its younger years, it becomes a herbivore in its adulthood.
At the base of their opercle, all angelfish have a strong spine that points backward and becomes a f
The long-spine porcupinefish has powerful jaws with teeth joined together to form a beak.
There are more than 80 species of piranha, most of which are herbivores.
Red coral is a colony of animals, or polyps, structured similarly to sea anemones: a sort of sack wi
This little red crab, called 'touloulou' or 'tourlourou' in French, is common to
It inhabits sandy or muddy seabeds at depths of 9 to 100 metres.
They live in communities led by a dominant couple.
Parrotfish owe their name to their colours and their teeth joined together in the shape of a beak, w