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Pink Lobster - by Discover Ocean #Crab

The Debelius' Reef Lobster, also known as the Purple/Orange Reef Lobster, has a white to lavender body, with orange and violet spots~

Another Mysterious Deep Sea Creature:  Scientists continue to be amazed at what they're finding! #cryptozoology #strange_creature #pink_lobster #deep_sea

Another Mysterious Deep Sea Creature

Newly discovered deep sea lobster Dinochelus Ausubeli, found in deep ocean waters near the Phillipines.

Pink Lobster | Photo by Gary Bell  OceanwideImages.com

The Violet-spotted Reef Lobster (Enoplometopus debelius) is all decked out in hot pink, ready for a night on the town since, you know, lobsters are nocturnal.

Crabs-Island-Australia - The Crabs Island, Australia  Christmas Island is an Australian territory located in the Indian Ocean. The approximately 135 square kilometer island was named after the day it was discovered in 1643. The interesting thing about it is that this island where 120 million crabs make their migratory journey to the ocean.

Top 10 Weirdest Islands In The World #9 Is Paradise For The Cat Lovers

Red Ghost Crabs (aptly named for their sneaky speed) will eat just about anything, careful!

#OneTigris' share#Blue Lobster  There is an extremely rare marine life-blue lobster in Brittany, only a blue lobster would born in an average of 1 million lobsters, is comparable to the living fossil of rare marine life.

The blue lobster is 1 in 2 million. Recently one was caught off the coast of Maine. The fellow's daughter named it Skylar :) and is donating the rare crustacean to the Maine Aquarium that already has 3 other blue lobsters. Pintwist on blue

gaudy clown crab, Platypodiella spectabilis (2)

Gaudy Clown Crab: the Crustacean That's Simply Faaabulous!

by Amedeo Altomare - Animals Sea Creatures ( sea creatures, underwater life, ocean life )

by Amedeo Altomare - Animals Sea Creatures ( sea creatures, underwater life, ocean life ) -- Another of the many wondrous Nudibranch creatures.

Seahorses: captivating and fascinating. Such an amazing way of creating their offspring.-jw

Branching sponges are veritable magnets for seahorses. Colorful natural hitching posts like this will encourage brightly colored seahorses such as this Ocean Rider Hippocampus erectus to retain their vivid wardrobes." Photo by Leslie Leddo