Fish and Marine life of Guam
Place pointer over photo for description and click for large image. These are more-or-less in alphabetical order.
BATFISH at GAB GAB II
A school of BARRACUDAS at BLUE & WHITE
BATFISH ready to eat my finger
A BLACK SPOTTED RAY seen at COCOS WALL
CLARK'S ANEMONEFISH with small glass shrimp
CROCODILE NEEDLEFISH near the surface at HAP'S REEF
CROWN OF THORNS starfish rolled up in defensive ball on the sand
A pair of SPINNER DOLPHINS near AGAT, GUAM
Brightly-colored EMPEROR ANGELFISH
A school of GOGGLE EYES on the east side of GAB GAB II
A HERMIT CRAB seen on a night dive at TAGUAN BEACH
A beautiful but poisonous LIONFISH at BARRACUDA ROCK
A LOBSTER hiding under a boulder at BARRACUDA ROCK
A GIANT MORAY being attended to by a CLEANER WRASSE
MOORISH IDOL
A pair of MORAY EELS peering out from their cave at the CREVICE
BLACK & WHITE NUDIBRANCH....a marine relative of the slug
An OCTOPUS hiding at the CREVICE
A PORCUPINE FISH seen on a night dive at TAGUAN BEACH
SADDLEBACK BUTTERFLYFISH
A pod of SPINNER DOLPHINS photographed by Chris Bangs near AGAT
Two very poisonous but docile STONEFISH at GAB GAB II
A huge, swirling school of fish at GUN BEACH
Three TEARDROP BUTTERFLYFISH from PITI BOMBHOLES, a very easy shore dive
A TURTLE resting near soft coral at GUN BEACH
The same TURTLE swimming away after being startled by divers
An ORANGE-FINNED ANEMONEFISH
GIANT TREVALLY at GAB GAB II
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