Being able to visit marine animals in their own environment has been a thrilling adventure which I love sharing with everybody. Come diving with me into the world of oceans!

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Rays are cousins to sharks and most rays are harmless. However, the stingray is a dangerous animal with a nasty sting in its tail.

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Hawksbill Turtles

Turtles are reptiles who swim up to 30 miles per hour. They breathe air from the surface but can stay underwater without breathing for up to five hours. They eat soft coral, crabs and small fish. 

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Dolphins are intelligent animals which swim together in family groups called pods.  They are streamlined which allows them to swim fast.  They can travel up to 500 miles a day in oceans all around the world. 

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Pipe Sponges

Sponges are animals with a tube-like structure. They do not swim but attach themselves to hard coral in a reef. They wait for water to swirl through them, then absorb small food particles into their bodies. 

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Cornet Fish

Cornet Fish are small elongated fish with a pointed face and tiny fins. It can change its skin colour from grey to yellow, or from plain skin to stripes to camouflage itself in a coral reef.

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Puffer Fish

Puffer Fish – These shy fish take water into their bodies and puff themselves up into a ball with the spines on their bodies. It’s a defensive mechanism to avoid being eaten by predators.