Fish

  • The prehensile(tale) of the seahorse

    Did you know seahorses have a prehensile tail? This means their tails are adapted to grasp or hold objects — it almost acts like an extra “limb.” Monkeys, opossums, and even…

  • Pacific Spiny Lumpsucker

    Scaleless, Spiny, Suckers

    Have you seen the adorably awkward Pacific Spiny Lumpsucker? They're found along the Pacific coast, from Washington to Alaska, to some parts of Japan. This unique fish is known for its…

  • Wolf Eels Feeding

    How do Wolf Eels “wolf” down a meal?!

    Wolf Eels are known to hide in the caves and crevices of rocky reefs, it’s the perfect spot to watch out for prey! They’ll stick their heads out to watch for…

  • Why are Garibaldi called Garibaldi?

    Why are Garibaldi called Garibaldi? These bright orange fish are named for Italian general Giuseppe Garibaldi, whose followers often wore a scarlet or red shirt. When biologists discovered a brilliant red-orange fish…

  • 5 Kriller Facts about Lionfish

    Lionfish are a fascinating species with an interesting history! Click through to learn 5 facts about them that you might not have known before. …