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Carcharhinus melanopterus (Quoy and Gaimard, 1824) (blacktip reef shark)
This powerful swimmer is well known for its tendency to enter incredibly shallow water, and is often found in water only 30 centimetres deep or less, with its distinctive dorsal fin protruding from the surface of the water...
Sepia esculenta Hoyle, 1885 (Cuttlefish)
Muraena retifera Goode and Bean, 1882 (Moray eel)
Known only from moderate depths along outer continental shelf.
Solenostomus cyanopterus Bleeker, 1854 (Ghost pipefish)
Mostly pelagic until it settles on the substrate for breeding . Uncommon species found in coastal reefs and weedy areas . Monogamous, always in pairs . Females carry the eggs in their pelvic fins that are modified to form a brood pouch . Feed on small crustaceans .
Heteroconger hassi (Klausewitz & Eibl-Eibesfeldt, 1959) (Spotted garden-eel)
Often found on sandy slopes below 15 m; withdraws into its burrow when approached. Usually in colonies containing up to several hundred individuals.
Hippocampus hippocampus (Linnaeus, 1758) (seahorse)