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Scorpaenidae

Scorpaenidae
Scorpaenidae, the scorpionfish, are a family of mostly marine fish that includes many of the...

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Intotheblue.it aims to collect videos and photos of typical depths of the Mediterranean Sea, to raise awareness of their beauty, to raise awareness of the various bodies and the various species, documenting the various critical issues in order to sensitize people to the respect and protection of a now environment at risk. Intotheblue.it scuba dive video photo Mediterranean Sea Have fun! 

 

Intotheblue.it is a community of people that brings together video, photos, texts, documents of typical depths of the Mediterranean Sea, to raise awareness of their beauty, to raise awareness of the various bodies and the various species, documenting the various critical issues in order to sensitize people to respect and protection of the sea. You can become the author of Intotheblue.it simply writing to info@intotheblue.it, or commenting on the post at the bottom of this page by entering: name, surname and email, we will activate your account and you will become part of the community Intotheblue.it; submitting REGISTER page. All documents (videos and photos) are original and signed by authors, the sources of the texts when not cited are derived from the wikipedia website.

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Intotheblue.it Random Marine Species

Ornate Wrasse - Thalassoma pavo

Ornate Wrasse - Thalassoma pavo
Thalassoma pavo Linnaeus, 1758, also known by the common name Ornate Wrasse, is a salt...

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