You wouldn't want to play hide and seek with these guys! See four fish that can really blend in with their surroundings.
The mix of moonlight, tide, and temperature triggers an extraordinary explosion of life in these waters. When the conditions are just right, divers can witness the reproduction of corals, snappers, yellowhead jawfish, and nurse sharks. Narrated by National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Sylvia Earle.
The mudskipper is the only fish to spend most of its time on land instead of in the water! Watch this video to catch a glimpse of these amazing creatures.
July 22, 2008 After an exhaustive search, an explorer finds one of the elusive rays perhaps the largest freshwater fish near Bangkok. And then it gives birth.
These are the largest of the bony fish and are a favorite snack of sea lions.
The queen angelfish wears a spot on her forehead that looks like a crown. Meet Her Highness in this underwater video.
Take a peek at tiny pygmy seahorses, which only live on gorgonian coral.
Have you ever heard of a fish fighting a turtle? Watch these cichlid (SICK-lid) parents keep a hungry terrapin away from their eggs!
Zeb Hogan, an aquatic ecologist, identifies, tracks, and tries to protect the largest freshwater fish in the world. This river catfish is one of the fish that Zeb's Megafishes Project is working to protect.
Clown anemonefish live among sea anemones and use the anemones' stinging tentacles as protection.
Pufferfish can blow up like beach balls to make it hard for predators to eat them. Watch a hungry river otter try his luck in this video.
Watch how tiger groupers and cleaner gobies work together.
These herrings have a pretty crazy way of talking to each other they communicate with gas!