As creatures of the land, we humans are often intrigued by what goes on underneath us in the deep sea. There is a sense of mystery about the underwater world, where everything looks and feels so different from what is above. Fortunately, thanks to advance marine technology, we are now able to go deeper than ever, exploring unknown realms and of course, appreciate the beauty of it all.
Turtle and Fishes. Marine life is like a giant city where there’s not a moment you won’t be amazed by the complex interdependence of different sea creatures in the vast sea.
Golden Clown Fishes. A pair of bright orange clownfishes hiding in their anemone home.
Mosaic Jellyfish. The mosaic jellyfish drifting and floating with two tiny fishes in the waters of Coral Sea in Australia.
White-Spotted Sea Squirts. Close-up shots of a colony of white-spotted sea squirts in Indonesian waters.Tarpon and Silversides. Thousands of silversides circling around a giant Tarpon at Eden Rock, Grand Cayman.
Star Coral. Star corals from the Little Cayman Island.
Stripes. A black-white striped clown fish with yellow head and tail swimming across a variety of corals. (via Best-Wallpapers)
Pink Jellyfish. Pink and blue transparent jellyfish drifting underwater, resembling that of a beautiful flower floating along with the wind.
Starfish. A red patterned starfish lying atop the seabed in Papua New Guinea. (via Ezzal)
Porcelain Crab. Porcelain Crab from the Maldive Islands.
The ‘Finding Nemo’ Clown Fish. This is probably the most famous type of clown fish among the twenty-seven species of clown fishes, as popularized by the Pixar film, ‘Finding Nemo’. (via Youwall)
Golden-Orange Star Fish. The golden-orange star fish complements the sand-coloured coral in the background perfectly. (via WallPaperStop)
Metallic Fishes. A couple of silver metallic and scaly fishes making their way through the water.
Brightly-Colored Starfish. A great contrast between the brightly colored starfish above the plain green coral background. (via Screen Wallpaper)
School of Fishes. Silver bodies of hundreds of fishes reflecting sunlight in the clear blue sea.
Stripes of Gold. A nicely taken, sharp and clear-shot of a Copper-band Butterflyfish in an aquarium. (via InterfaceLIF)
Zillions of ‘Bigeye’ Fishes. Countless Priacanthus blochiis in the Seychelles, near the paradise island of Praslin. (via Rud-gr)