RS030: Upside-down jellyfish

RS030: Upside-down jellyfish - Red Sea / Sinai Peninsula
These jellyfish actually have algae in their tentacles which generate energy via photosynthesis. All the jellyfish have to do is swim to a good spot, flip upside-down and then settle down to photosynthesise on the seabed!

RS008: Coral Wrasse


Also in: Red Sea / Sinai Peninsula

RS024: Raspberry seagrass
RS008: Coral Wrasse
RS001: Anthias in Seafan
RS027: Snorkeller
RS014: Snorkelling in Ras Muhammad
RS002: Reef Anthias
RS003: Anthias
RS007: Reef flat
RS010: Squirrelfish
RS009: Crinoid
RS011: Fire Coral
RS012: Anthias in tree
RS015: Goby on brain coral
RS016: Humbug damselfish
RS017: Lionfish

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