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Images Dated 12th October 2016

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Alligator snapping turtle (Macrochelys temminckii) Featured 12 Oct 2016 Print

Alligator snapping turtle (Macrochelys temminckii)

Alligator snapping turtle (Macrochelys temminckii) portrait with gaping mouth. The hugely powerful jaws can take small American alligators, squirrels and armadillos. Required mention: A Cupulatta Tortoise Protection Centre, Corsica Native to southeastern USA

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Puget Sound king crab (Lopholithodes mandtii) Featured 12 Oct 2016 Print

Puget Sound king crab (Lopholithodes mandtii)

Puget Sound king crab (Lopholithodes mandtii) can be as much as 30 cm across. Its great right claw has teeth that can grind prey such as barnacles, sea urchins and starfish. Alexander Archipelago, Pacific Ocean, southeastern Alaska, USA

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Animal, Bumpy, Close Up, Crab, Crabs, Crustacean, Decapoda, Eastern Pacific, Fauna, Feeds On Echinoderms, King Crab, Large, Lithodidae, Lopholithodes, Malacostraca, Marine, Migratory, Multicoloured, Orange Red Purple, Right Handed, Sea Life, Spectacular, Tubercles, Underwater, Wildlife

A jellyfish, probably Crystal jelly (Aequorea victoria) Featured 12 Oct 2016 Print

A jellyfish, probably Crystal jelly (Aequorea victoria)

A jellyfish, probably Crystal jelly (Aequorea victoria), transparent bioluminescent jelly 3-25 cm across with as many as 100 radial canals extending to the bell margin. The margin itself is surrounded by tentacles, up to 150, that have nematocysts (harmless to humans). It eats copepods, comb jellies and other hydromedusae, occasionally including members of its own species. Alexander Archipelago, Pacific Ocean, southeastern Alaska, USA

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