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.
Red coral is a colony of animals, or polyps, structured similarly to sea anemones: a sort of sack wi
There are more than 80 species of piranha, most of which are herbivores.
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