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Posts Tagged ‘Red Sea’

Pincushion

Pincushion

The Red Sea, Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt Click here to share this image. Touring Egypt 34: Like all oceans, the Red Sea is full of sea urchins. Many people do not realize the sea urchin actually comes in many colors and forms. Some have long, thin spines, while others have short spines; stubby, pencil-shaped spines; or, […]


Out for Dinner

Out for Dinner

The Red Sea, Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt Click here to share this image. Touring Egypt 32: One of nature’s most unusual animals looks like a plant. Divers see these all over the world’s oceans, but we usually don’t think too much about it. Our eyes see a crinoid, and we automatically think of it as a […]


Bed Time

Bed Time

The Red Sea, Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt Click here to share this image. Touring Egypt 30: By the time Thursday evening rolls around each week, I am usually feeling pretty tired. I look forward to bed time. Tonight, this image just feels right. Parrotfish sleep at night. Swimmers, snorkelers, and divers are familiar with the familiar […]


Outa Here!

Outa Here!

The Red Sea, Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt Click here to share this image. Touring Egypt 28: This is one of the most alluring, exotic-looking fish I have seen in the Red Sea. As you can see, the clearfin lionfish sports bright stripes and lovely bright-white, feathery streamers on all fins. Where the more common lionfish (also […]


Feed Me!

Feed Me!

The Red Sea, Tiran, Egypt Click here to share this image. Touring Egypt 26: Everybody has seen an anemone. They are in oceans at all latitudes and aquariums everywhere. They are also everywhere in the Red Sea. Often, they are home to anemonefishes (Disney’s “Nemo”). They come in all shapes and colors, and often remind […]


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