Into the Deep-er

Once again, we dive deep, deeper into the darkness. The further down you go into the ocean the less light there is and fish need really big eyes to see with. These two fish have super big eyes and live alongside the volcanic rock formations on the bottom of the ocean.




The first one is the Sapphire Butte, named for his coloring and flat face.
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This second fish, the Bulbous Billy, is named for his prominent nose-like feature.

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We rise back to the surface to see our final fish on this visit. She is known as the Orange Arabesque and is a rare find among the tropical coral reefs in the Eastern Seas.


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We will visit the ocean again soon. Our next journey will be to the strange world of Wurms!



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