Last month I was given the opportunity to attend the inaugural Australasian Invertebrate Conference held in Melbourne. The conference brought together Australian researchers, butterfly breeders and other invertebrate keepers for the first time to learn and discuss a wide range of topics about invertebrate biology, husbandry and display.
This week we feature the incredible Glasshead Barreleye along with underwater images of the famous Smalltooth Cookiecutter Shark. We show divers descending through clear water at the Kermadec Islands and watch a Pacific Leaping Blenny go through its paces. Thank you very much to everyone who contributed.
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?".