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Choose from 83 pictures in our Underwater World collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Wandering sea anemone (Nemanthus sp.) Featured Underwater World Print

Wandering sea anemone (Nemanthus sp.)

Wandering sea anemone (Nemanthus sp.). These sea anemones attach to sea whips, hydroids and black corals, often in large numbers. Although found in deeper water as far south as Jervis Bay on the NSW coast, they are of tropical origin, the larval form being brought down by currents. They can release themselves from their host and wander through the water column to find a suitable new perching place. North Rock near Fish Soup, Solitary Islands Marine Park, New South Wales, Australia

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Amphipods (Talorchestia sp.) Featured Underwater World Print

Amphipods (Talorchestia sp.)

Amphipods (Talorchestia sp.), hiding in a hydroid Ralpharia magnifica that is the largest hydroid in Australian waters. It has up to 40 tentacles and a stem up to 10 cm long. It stings mildly. Bicheno, Tasmania, Australia

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Anthoathecata, Arthropod, Australian, Cnidaria, Colourful, Crustacean, Delicate, Hydrozoa, Intertidal, Invertebrate, Invertebrates, Marine, Nature, Ocean Life, Sea Life, Seaweed, Solitary Hydroid, Southern Ocean, Tentacle, Tiny, Tubulariidae, Underwater, Vibrant Colour, Wildlife

Inland freshwater crab (Austrothelphusa transversa) Featured Underwater World Print

Inland freshwater crab (Austrothelphusa transversa)

Inland freshwater crab (Austrothelphusa transversa), in a tributary of Running River, Burdekin River catchment. Gives birth to live tiny versions of itself that can exist in an arrested state under the mother's abdomen for up to six months until rain comes. Adults can live in their metre-deep burrow for six years waiting for rain. Mount Zero-Taravale Wildlife Sanctuary, adjoining the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area, North Queensland, Australia

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