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A Textile Cone Snail (Conus textile), Cod Hole, Great Barrier Reef, Australia, 7 August 2005. Photographer: Richard Ling

Orange spider conch - dorsal and ventral views of the shell of an orange spider conch (Lambis crocata), a species of sea snail that belongs to the true conch family. It is found in the western Indian Ocean and grows between 70 to 205 mm (2.8 to 8.1 in).

Strawberry Top Seashells primarily found in the Indian ocean. They have a beautiful strawberry red color and look almost good enough to eat! These are hard to find and sought after by shell collectors and people who use them for craft

A beluga with a halo bubble: A Beluga whale has become a sensation at an aquarium after learning how to blow halo-shaped bubbles. The extraordinary sight was captured on camera by photographer Hiroya Minakuchi at the Shimane aquarium in Japan. He said: “This beluga started making bubble rings when she was seven. And a couple of years ago she developed her technique. Now she blows the water from her mouth to make a current, which is not visible for us underwater. She then blows air from her…