Fish deep water species rarely reach fishmonger's plate. These tend to be bizarrely designed in a way that helps them cope with life in eternal darkness. Snipe fish and most other deep-water fish only inches long, but they have large jaws and stomachs to have most of the few large meals a chance to get it. Many produce their own light. Among these are lantern fish and hatchet fish. Both forms of sacrifice for monkfish, which shoots a rod-like fine with a glowing lure.
Corals play an important role in beautifying the Sea World by adding a variety of colors under water. It's rock hard skeletons of coral or coral reef is built. By providing food and shelter, these reefs have been one of the most important habitats for a variety of invertebrates and fish. While the skeletons act as a brick, the coral line algae and calcareous shells of other marine invertebrates that act as cement. Many of these corals like stag horns, fans or human brain. In accordance with colorful corals country many of the saltwater fishing show their brilliant colors, as birds do to warn rivals from their chosen field. Fish that colorful triggerfish, butterfly fish, parrot fish feeding on coral polyps. Some butterfly fish pick polyps from their cups.
Hermit crab, a crustacean, is a slow moving creature under his whelk shell home, and thus vulnerable to predators' attacks. However, sea anemones, which grow their shells to try to paralyze small creatures with poison "dart" fired from their tentacles. Immune to their attacks, clown fish actually hide among the tentacles of certain sea anemones. Anemones provide protection for the hermit crabs and in turn are exported from one industry to another.
Porcupine fish of warm seas have spikes, which normally lies flat. If something frightens the fish, it sips of water to distend his body. This makes the spines sticking. This mechanism saves this slow swimmers from carnivores.
Other seabed creatures including giant clams, sea cucumbers, seahorses and starfish - including one who hunts coral polyps. Octopus is another mollusk with eight legs and looks like a different kind of a big spider. All eight members, called tentacles come out of a lump of jelly-like meat with eyes and mouth. The prey fish and shellfish with tentacles equipped with millions of suckers. Suckers have a tube-like opening on the surface of the legs. Octopus prefers to lurk on the ocean floor behind plants, or among the stone holes. If even feel threatened, they flee in a jet speed by darting out a strange liquid that makes murky water around.
Unlike most fish, sharks and rays have skeletons made of cartilage instead of bone. The approximately 200 species of sharks ranging in size from meter-long dogfish shark to the whale, which can stretch to 20 feet and weigh as much as seven elephants. Strangely, it is a harmless monster, surfing on plankton and small fish which they predict the device from the water with special chamber on gills.
Most other sharks are totally streamlined hunters to focus on smell to find their prey. Killer them hammer sharks, and the white and tiger shark with sharp teeth.
Rays have a flat body. The giant manta-ray with a 7 meter (32 foot) span plankton eating fish and crustaceans, and most of the rays live on the seabed.