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thelovelyseas:

An unidentified diver hovers above a Red Sea porcupine fish from the family “Diodontidae.” Pectoral muscles that act as bellows and lack of ribs enable these fish to suck up water or air and treble their size when frightened.
Photo by David Doubilet

thelovelyseas:

An unidentified diver hovers above a Red Sea porcupine fish from the family “Diodontidae.” Pectoral muscles that act as bellows and lack of ribs enable these fish to suck up water or air and treble their size when frightened.

Photo by David Doubilet

Reblogged from The lovely seas.