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While some species can be difficult to keep in a saltwater aquarium, Angelfish are among the most popular fish for marine aquariums. The Top Saltwater Angelfish Picture Gallery contains outstanding photos of a wide variety of marine Angelfish. These fish pictures were submitted to About Saltwater Aquariums for display and contest entry.
View these outstanding pictures of saltwater aquarium fish in these photo galleries. These pictures were submitted to About Saltwater Aquariums for display in photo galleries.
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Coral reefs are in trouble across the globe as rising greenhouse gas levels warm the oceans and boost the acidity of seawater. Pollution and overfishing make matters worse. Browse this gallery to see photos of healthy and degraded reefs around the world. It's both fun and easy to of your Mepps catch to our Photo Gallery, simply follow the on-screen instructions. Be the first of your fishing buddies to have your catch posted on the World Wide Web. Enjoy!As winter begins to fade and spring slowly takes hold, the sights and sounds of our landscape begin to change. Take a look at the latest North Dakota Game and Fish photogallery, which features images that highlight the transition from late winter to early spring. Just click r or here: Sifting sand for food, Blennies are a terrific saltwater aquarium fish. The top Blenny photo gallery contains outstanding fish pictures of a wide variety of Blennies submitted to About Saltwater Aquariums for display and photo contest entry.Welcome to our Photo Gallery.
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Hover over the thumbnails to see the full size image.Note: Some photos in this gallery are more than five years old. If a caption indicates a State or Water Body Record, that standing was in effect when the fish was caught. Use our to find current records. John Soward is completely self-taught. He has no list of galleries and awards. His college study bent toward literature, not art or art history. He photographs and paints because that is what he loves to do, and when you love to do something, you are usually quite good at it. John spends time learning to really "look" at the fish, not just see it. It is a study, a careful analysis of these creatures that inhabit our bodies of water. He is not interested in depicting scenes of fish swimming around coral reefs, he photographs and paints studies of one fish. It is his attempt to capture the first impression of form and color.