• Tuna - Fish Farm (DSD_2642)


      Tuna are fast swimmers, and some species are capable of speeds of 70 km/h (43 mph). Unlike most fish, which have white flesh, the muscle tissue of tuna ranges from pink to dark red. Read More

    • Peacock worm  (Sabella pavonina) (DSD_1723)

      Peacock worm (Sabella pavonina)

      The peacock worm has a beautiful crown of feathery tentacles banded with purple, brown or red which extends during feeding. Read More

    • Hermit Crab (3431)

      Hermit Crab

      The common hermit crab is typically reddish or brownish in colour, and has two pincers on the first pair of walking legs. The right pincer is larger than the left, and both have a rough, granular surface.  Read More

    • Cuttlefish (8556)


      The cuttlefish comes from a group of molluscs containing the octopuses, squid and cuttlefish. They are probably the most intelligent of all invertebrates. They have well-developed heads, with large eyes and mouths that feature beak-like jaws.  Read More

    • Red Scorpion Fish (6402)

      Red Scorpion Fish

      Scorpaena scrofa is the largest eastern Atlantic scorpion fish.Colouration ranges from brick-red to a light pink, and it has dark coloured blotches on its body. It has venomous spines, can achieve a maximum weight of approximately 3 kilograms. Read More

    • Moray eel (5584)

      Moray eel

      The undulated moray is a distinctive moray eel, taking its name from the pattern of light undulating lines that form a faint net-pattern along its long, sinuous body.  Read More

    • Star Coral (5608)

      Star Coral

      The great star coral grows in fairly small colonies, often forming domes, boulders or cone-shaped structures, or sometimes growing in flat plates or thick cruss. Distinctive because of its highly variable appearance, the great star  Read More