Marine Biology stories on Scubapixel

In general, divers are very interested in marine biology - and the oceans reveal a plethora of weird and wonderful creatures. On Scubapixel you'll find several stories about different creatures.



Posted on Jan 5, 2013

These are some of the marine biology stories offered by ScubaPixel. If you want to see other kinds of stories, please use the Available stories menu to the right to see what's on offer.

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Lionfish in the Caribbean

Since it was first discovered in Florida in the mid-1990s, the lionfish has invaded the entire Caribbean. Threatening the environment but also leading to creative business ideas, the lionfish has a great impact.
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Gladiators of the Sea

Crustaceans are a strange breed of animals. They are closely related to insects, and their extreme diversity in terms of behaviour, size and appearance always attract the attention of divers.
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Stars of the Ocean

They have up to 40.000 hydraulic tube feet, and are able to regenerate lost limbs. These are just two of the remarkable traits of some of the most adaptable inhabitants of the sea - the starfish.
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Pink River Dolphins

In the Amazon, they have something out of the ordinary: Pink river dolphins, called boto. I visited the Ariau Amazon Towers resort, and can now offer an exciting story with unique images.
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Periphylla - Alien of the Deep

The Periphylla periphylla, or Crown jelly, is a deep-water species normally found at 700-3000 meters of depth. Once a year in certain Norwegian fjords, they venture to the surface at night to breed.
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Angels of the Sea

Sometimes the things you discover in the sea are so beautiful it leaves you completely dumbfounded. The delicate and illusive sea angels certainly fall into that category.
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Colorful Nudibranchs

Nudibranchs are among the most colorful and spectacular forms of marine life anywhere in the world, and they mesmerize divers and underwater photographers alike. Let your readers know more!
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Manatees - Cuddly Seacows

Manatees are some of the sweetest sea creatures you'll ever find. In Crystal Springs they are everywhere, and happily approach you as soon as you get into the water - they want to be scratched on their bellies!

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periphylla-alien-of-the-deep
The Periphylla periphylla, or Crown jelly, is a deep-water species normally found at 700-3000 meters of depth. Once a year in certain Norwegian fjords, they venture to the surface at night to breed. READ MORE
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Divers spend most of their time in the ocean, but sometimes lakes and rivers can offer equally good or even better diving. How about an old tugboat, a flooded forest or some pink river dolphins? READ MORE
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The rescue steamer Parat was called upon to help the grounded German freighter Ferndale - but both were sunk in an allied air attack on the Norwegian west coast.
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A workshop is a great opportunity to learn more about your favourite subject, while meeting people who share your interests. Getting together and exchanging experiences for a few days can be a lot of fun!
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