largest shark and, for that matter, largest fish, still alive today, the whale shark behaves more like a whale than a shark, being a filter-feeder, consuming copious quantities of krill. (Like that alliteration back there?)
dolphin, or porpoise as opposed to side-to-side like that of a whale shark, so I'm not really sure what the heck that is!
|A guitarfish (left) and a stingray (right)|
leafy sea dragon, THE SUBJECT OF A PREVIOUS ANIMAL SPOTLIGHT.
Japanese spider crab! Inhabiting the seafloor of the Pacific Ocean near Japan between 150 and 1000 feet below the surface of the ocean, the giant Japanese spider crab has evolved to be able to cope with the extreme cold and lack of light experienced so far down in the ocean.
sea turtle swimming around.