Frogfish, also known as anglerfish, can be easily recognized by the pectoral fins used for grasping and "walking".
Often brightly colored, this fish family is one of the largest in its diversity and number of different species.
Cuttlefish, Squids & Octopuses
True masters of camouflage, the cephalopods contain some of the most intelligent and interesting creatures of the oceans.
Nudibranchs & Slugs
Very popular amongst divers, these often tiny creatures come in numerous sizes and the most amazing colors.
Seahorses & Pipefish
Notoriously hard to find sometimes, the family of seahorses and pipefish blend in very well with their surroundings.
Crabs, lobsters and shrimps are found throughout the oceans and are as versatile as they are widespread.
Sharks & Rays
Shaped by millions of years of evolution, sharks and rays play key roles in the food chain as top predators. They are as gracious as they are impressive.
Clownfish & Damselfish
Mascotte of the sea, clownfish in all its variations, are undoubtedly amongst the most popular and photographed fish on the reefs today.
Sea shells, how they are created
5 aug ’15 – PIYW opened several new accounts
26 apr ’15 – The order “perciformes” has been subdivided into several suborders due to new insights
11 jan ’15 – PIYW passed the 200 species mark and welcomed a new photographer
4 nov ’14 – Baby clown fish can cover hundreds of kilometres across the ocean
Number of species
© 2022 - Peer Into Your World