24 Jun 2011
This week we feature the incredible Pacific Leaping Blenny and show movie footage of a very lively Spikefin Goby in an aquarium. We farewell Justine our 'metal tag worker' and ask the question "Why don't anemonefishes get stung?".
Photographer: Georgina Cooke © Georgina Cooke
Pacific Leaping Blenny out of water
Pacific Leaping Blenny, Alticus arnoldorum
Scaly Mackerel heads
Scaly Mackerel, Sardinella lemuru
Wahoo caught off Port Stephens
Dusky Whaler juveniles in Sydney 2011
Huge Oarfish in the shallows
Spikefin Goby, Discordipinna griessingeri
Why don't anemonefishes get stung?
Dr Jeff Williams
Pacific Leaping Blenny,
Justine Djajadikarta View full size
Photographer: Mark McGrouther © Australian Museum
Western Clown Anemonefish at Bunaken Island View full size
Photographer: William Tan © William Tan
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