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Fried Egg Sea Jelly
Fried egg sea jellies are so named because of a yellow dome on their bell that looks like an egg yolk.
Black Sea Cucumber
Black sea cucumbers live on the sea floor often covered in sand and feed on decaying organic matter.
Black-blotched Fantail Ray
These rays get their name from the blotches on their broad, circular bodies and have a tail that looks like a fan when they swim.
Blacktip Reef Shark
Blacktip reef sharks are identified by their black-tipped fins and inhabit shallow waters near coral reefs.
Blue Tangs are surgeonfish that have a royal blue body with a black palette shape and a yellow tail.
These endangered rays are often mistaken for sharks due to how their bodies tapers off towards the tail like a shark's.
Brain coral colonies, often found on reef flats, are massive and form thick walls that are flat or dome-shaped.
Bubble corals are hard corals found in shallow, clear and warm waters of the Indo-Pacific ocean.
Bumphead parrotfish are one of the largest coral reef fishes, and can grow up to 1.3 metres in length.
Clownfish are feisty fish that have a symbiotic relationship with sea anemones.
Decorator crabs are so named for the way they decorate themselves in order to camouflage.
Giant groupers are one of the world's largest reef-dwelling bony fish, growing up to 2.7 metres.
Giant Moray Eel
Carnivorous giant moray eels may look like snakes but it is in fact a type of fish.