OTKRIJTE NAJFASCINANTNIJI VODENI ŽIVOT NA SVIJETU

Vodeni život pod našim oceanima, jezerima, rijekama i potocima je nevjerojatan! Od mikroskopskog zooplanktona do najveće životinje na zemlji, plavog kita, podvodni život dolazi u svim mogućim oblicima i veličinama. Budući da je 71% zemlje prekriveno vodom, nije ni čudo što smo toliko fascinirani onim što se nalazi ispod površine. Zapravo, znanstvenici procjenjuju da postoji gotovo milijun različitih vrsta vodenih životinja. Slatkovodni ekosustavi dom su uglavnom ribama, beskralješnjacima i gmazovima, dok ocean sadrži širok raspon morskog života, uključujući ribe, mekušce, rakove, gmazove, morske pse i morske sisavce poput kitova, dupina, tuljana i morskih krava.

Morski psi

Vrlo su mirni i potpuno sigurni, što plivanje s kitopsinama čini izvanrednim iskustvom.

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Velika bijela psina

Ronjenje s velikim bijelim morskim psima iskustvo je koje se događa jednom u životu.

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Morski pas tigar

Izvanredno je iskustvo roniti s tigrastim morskim psima i svjedočiti njihovoj sirovoj snazi i zapovjednoj prisutnosti.

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Postoji samo nekoliko mjesta na kojima ronioci mogu pouzdano susresti mako morske pse.

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Plavi morski pas

Postanite zagovornik plavih morskih pasa provodeći vrijeme roneći s ovim veličanstvenim stvorenjima.

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Veliki morski pas čekićar

Priuštite si nezaboravnu avanturu sada i danas zaronite s morskim psima čekićarima.

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Scalloped Hammerhead

Bez obzira gdje u svijetu ronite s narezanim čekićarima, to će sigurno biti iskustvo života.

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Ronjenje s oceanskim morskim psima je nezaboravno i ponizno iskustvo.

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Thresherov morski pas

Doživjeti ovu jedinstvenu metodu lova na treše morske pse je kao ništa što ste vidjeli prije tijekom ronjenja.

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Limunski morski pas

Suprotno prijetećoj grimasi limunskog morskog psa sa svojim izbočenim zakrivljenim zubima, ove su životinje zapravo prilično nježne prema ljudima.

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Pješčani tigrasti morski pas

Zbog svog mirnog ponašanja, ronjenje s pješčanim tigrastim morskim psima uobičajeno je i ugodno iskustvo.

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Morski pas bik

Ronjenje u čistoj oceanskoj vodi s bikovima morskim psima može biti uzbudljivo iskustvo koje se događa jednom u životu.

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Srebrnorepi morski pas

Budući da jedu uglavnom vrste koje zauzimaju grebene, srebrni vrhovi nalaze se samo u toplim tropskim vodama.

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Svilenkasti morski pas

Ako želite roniti sa svilenkastim morskim psima, možda ćete morati planirati izlet koji uključuje ronjenje s plavom vodom u područjima s velikim ribama poput tune.

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Bjelorepi grebenasti morski pas

Morski psi grebena Whitetip smatraju se neagresivnim prema ljudima i općenito nisu ugroženi ljudskom prisutnošću.

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Crni grebenski morski psi jedan su od najčešćih morskih pasa za vidjeti tijekom ronjenja u indo-pacifičkoj regiji.

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Medicinska sestra Morski pas

Morski psi medicinske sestre obično se nalaze na dnu grebena ili unutar malih špilja - pogledajte kartu za sva najbolja mjesta za ronjenje.

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Wobbegongovi su također poznati kao "morski psi tepiha" zbog dlakavih brada koje rastu oko njihovih usta.

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Zebra morski pas

Zebra morski psi nalaze se na koraljnim i stjenovitim grebenima u tropskim vodama Indo-Pacifika - ovdje su mjesta za ronjenje.

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Morski pas sivog grebena

Ronjenje sa sivim grebenskim morskim psima uvijek je uzbudljivo jer su često puta vrlo znatiželjni o roniocima kada prvi put uđu u vodu.

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Jeste li ikada sanjali o ronjenju s oceanskim morskim psom? Ako je tako, pogledajte ovdje kako biste ih istražili.

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Anđeoski morski pas

Ako želite dodati anđeoske morske pse na svoj popis susreta s morskim psima, istražite kartu.

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Sawsharks su vrlo jedinstveni morski psi koji imaju dugu njušku nalik pili obrubljenu oštrim zubima - ovdje su najbolja mjesta za ronjenje.

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Kitovi

Grbavi kitovi su akrobati i pjevači među kitovima - saznajte gdje možete pronaći ove fantastične pjevače.

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Ronjenje s kitovima pilotima rijetko je, ali uzbudljivo iskustvo.

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Byrdeovi kitovi su članovi roqual obitelji kitova.

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Sa svojom izrazito velikom dinjom i svijetlo bijelom bojom, beluga kit je najlakša vrsta kitova za prepoznavanje.

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Kljunasti kitovi obično se nalaze u dubokim vodama u blizini kontinentalnih polica.

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Najveća grabežljiva životinja na zemlji je kit sperme - izvanredno je roniti s takvim inteligentnim i društvenim kitovima

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S duljinom od 33 metra i težinom do 200 tona, Plavi kitovi su najveće i najteže životinje koje su ikada živjele na našem planetu. Provjerite gdje

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Čudesno znatiželjne i nježne karakterne osobine kitova minke čine ronjenje s njima fantastičnim iskustvom.

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Njihov grubi izgled i poslušno ponašanje na površini donijeli su sivim kitovima nadimak 'stijene koje dišu'.

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Kit ubojica (Orka)

Susret s mahunom orki tijekom ronjenja iskustvo je kao nijedno drugo.

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Dupini

Najistaknutija karakteristika je njegov lijepi, razrađeni uzorak boja tamno sivih leđa - vidjeti ih doista je iskustvo.

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Budući da dobri dupini imaju najširu raspodjelu od svih vrsta dupina, najlakše ih je susresti tijekom ronjenja.

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Ronjenje s kitovima pilotima rijetko je, ali uzbudljivo iskustvo.

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Ronjenje s prugastim dupinima jedinstvena je prilika jer nisu toliko znatiželjni kao njihovi rođaci dobri korijeni.

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Spinnerov delfin

Zbog svoje manje veličine, brzine i atletizma teže je susresti spinner dupine dok rone pod vodom.

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Morski konjici i lule

Patuljasti morski konj

Ako ste sanjali o ronjenju s malim morskim konjićem u njegovom prirodnom staništu, morat ćete suziti mogućnosti putovanja na vrlo specifično mjesto za ronjenje.

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Morski konjic

Ako ih želite pronaći tijekom ronjenja, idite polako, otvorite oči i pažljivo gledajte meko ili kamenito dno.

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Trnoviti morski konjic

Ako je ronjenje s bodljikavim morskim konjićem na vašem popisu, pogledajte lokacije na karti ovdje.

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Korovni seadragon

Ako želite roniti s morskim zmajevima, isplanirajte svoje ronilačko putovanje u Australiju.

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Ako tijekom ronjenja želite vidjeti ribu lulu, svakako je pomno tražite duž oceanskog dna.

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Lisnato moredragon

Lisnati morski zmaj majstor je kamuflaže, savršeno se uklapa među plutajuće krevete algi u kojima živi.

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Raže

Ronjenje s mantama jedno je od najnevjerojatnijih iskustava koje svaki ronilac može doživjeti pod vodom.

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Nema ništa bolje od gledanja grebenskih manta zraka, ove velike hranilice filtera uzdižu se pored vas poput jata ptica - saznajte gdje.

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Vidjeti ove prekrasne životinje pod vodom nevjerojatan je trenutak koji će trajati cijeli život.

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Sve dok držite sigurnu udaljenost, možete doživjeti prekrasne zarone s ražama.

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Kliknite ovdje da biste pronašli najpopularnija područja za ronjenje s električnim zrakama.

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Klizaljke se mogu naći u većini dijelova svijeta - saznajte ih točno ovdje.

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Ronjenje s gitarama prilično je uobičajeno jer obiluju brojkama i široko su rasprostranjene po tropskim i toplim umjerenim oceanskim vodama.

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Kornjače

Ako ste dovoljno sretni da idete roniti s kožnatim morskim kornjačama, ponesite fotoaparat jer je ovo prilika koja se pruža jednom u životu!

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Ronjenje uz zelenu morsku kornjaču uvijek je posebno dok ih gledate kako se graciozno uzdižu kroz vodu.

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Glavata kornjača

Sa svojom sposobnošću da žive u raznim staništima od priobalnih voda do otvorenog mora, šanse za ronjenje s glavatom kornjačom prilično su dobre.

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Hawksbillska kornjača

Ronjenje s kornjačama jedno je od najpoželjnijih susreta za većinu ronilaca jer se ne plivaju daleko od grebena.

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Olive Ridley kornjača

Ako je ronjenje s olive ridley kornjačom na vašem popisu, pogledajte kartu ronilačkih lokacija.

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Morske ribe

Tarpons are impressive, ancient ocean fish and a fun, popular catch amongst saltwater anglers. Since prehistoric times, they have been swimming in our oceans and are now considered one of the great saltwater game fish. Tarpons, on average, grow up to 2 meters (6.5 feet) long and 45 kg (100 lbs) or larger! Divers who encounter tarpon underwater often mistake them as sharks at first due to their massive size and silver coloration.

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Ocean Sunfish

The ocean sunfish, commonly known as the Mola mola, are one of the most extraordinary fish found in the ocean. Due to their round, flattened form they are reminiscent of a millstone, called mola in Latin. Ocean sunfish are found in both temperate and tropical regions around the world. They are frequently seen near the surface, an amazing site to witness as they bask in the sun to raise their body temperature after deep ocean dives, sometimes as deep as 600 meters!

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Large-mouthed, heavy-bodied groupers consist of several marine fish species from the family Serranidae, mainly from the genera Epinephelus and Mycteroperca. You can go diving with various grouper species throughout the world’s oceans. They live in warm, tropical waters and like to patrol around reefs and shipwrecks.

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One of the most fascinating fish on the reef, moray eels come in nearly every size and color from the tiny, bright blue ribbon eel, the smallest averaging only 25 cm long, to the black speckled giant moray which can grow up to 4 meters in length! In fact, there are nearly 200 different species. Most morays are marine dwelling fish, but several species have been seen in brackish water, and just a few are found in fresh water. They are clearly distinguishable from the other reef fish with their long, slithering bodies, pointy snouts full of sharp teeth, and long dorsal fins that run the entire length of their bodies. No matter the species, these animals are always an exciting site to see while scuba diving.

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Pješčana jegulja

Sand eels encompass several small fish species within the sand lance family, Ammodytidae. Contrary to its name, the sand eel is not an eel at all but a distinctively slim fish with a pointed snout, giving them the look of an eel. Sand eels derive their name from their unique behavior of burrowing into the sand tail-first to escape predators. Divers can see sand eels poking their heads above the sand-covered bottom, sometimes hundreds at a time in a single area.

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Snake eels are easily identifiable by their long, snake-like bodies and pointed tail and snout. They can range in length from 5 cm (2 in) to 2.3 m (7.5 ft) long and typically exhibit colorful spots or stripes. The name “snake eel“ represents over 200 marine fish species within the Ophichthidae family, all of which are more docile than their aggressive cousins, the moray eels. Snake eels live throughout the world, mostly in warm, tropical waters or temperate locations. They have a wide range of habitats, from shallow reefs down to the depths of the ocean.

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Congerova jegulja

The conger eel, also known as the European conger, is distributed throughout the eastern Atlantic Ocean and is particularly present in the Mediterranean Sea. These robust eels are the heaviest marine eel species within the Congridae family and a favorite sighting amongst European divers, growing up to 3m (9.8 ft) in length and 72 kg (159 lb) in weight!

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The wolf eel is not an eel at all but one of five “wolffish“ species, having paired gill slits and pectoral fins. These long, skinny fish can grow quite large, reaching up to 2.5m (8.2 ft) long. These coldwater marine fish can be found hiding in the caves, crevices, and rocky reefs along North America’s Pacific coast, from Baja California, Mexico north to Kodiak Island, Alaska. You can also find wolf eels on the east coast of Russia and south to the Sea of Japan.

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Not to be confused with the freshwater angelfish of the Amazon Basin, marine angelfish are brilliantly colored and live on the warm, shallow water reefs of the Atlantic, Indian, and western Pacific Oceans. This beautiful family of reef fish consists of about 86 different species, the most well-known being queen, king, french, royal, and grey angelfish. With their large, laterally compressed bodies, small, up-turned mouths, and bright colors, they are hard to miss and a favorite sighting for most divers.

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There are nearly 130 different species of marine butterflyfish all living in the tropical waters of the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans. These beautiful, small fish are known for swimming in monogamous pairs but can sometimes be seen in large schools. Like their larger cousin, the angelfish, they are a favorite sighting for scuba divers and snorkelers due to their beautiful, bright coloration and striking patterns. Another distinguishing characteristic is the eyespots many species have on their flanks to trick predators, similar to those found on butterfly’s wings.

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Riba klaun

Not the best swimmers, Clownfish seek shelter in their anemone homes throughout most of the day. These distinctly colorful fish have developed a highly intricate and mutually beneficial symbiotic relationship with their anemone homes, earning them the nickname: anemonefish. Due to this sophisticated relationship, they tend to stay within a maximum radius of four meters to their anemone host in order to hide quickly within its tentacles in case of danger. If you’re lucky enough dive with clownfish you could experience these cute little fish attempting to “attack“ you to defend their anemone.

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Despite their protruding teeth, menacing grin, and aggressive predatory status, barracuda are actually completely passive towards divers and snorkelers, although passing by a large adult can still be intimidating to the most experienced scuba diver. They are found in tropical and temperate oceans throughout the world, preferring to cruise over coral reefs, seagrass beds, and near the surface of the water, never venturing very deep; therefore, they are commonly sighted while scuba diving.

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Trevallies, also commonly called Jacks or Jackfish, include many various species within the Carangidae family. They are a large species of silvery marine fish and a favorite game fish amongst open water anglers. These massive predators can be found individually and in schools throughout the Indo-Pacific region, ranging from South Africa west to Hawaii and Japan south to Australia. Jackfish/Trevallies are intelligent fish species, using targeted hunting strategies to pick off their prey, including other fish species, crustaceans, cephalopods, and mollusks.

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Scorpionfish are one of the most venomous yet undetectable fish species in the sea. These ambush predators are experts at blending into their environment as they sit and wait patiently on top of the reef for unsuspecting prey to swim by. Ranging in color from dull browns and yellow to bright reds and oranges, scorpionfish perfectly match the surrounding reef and even exhibit feathery fins or skin flaps to better camouflage with neighboring coral.

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Lionfish are native to Indo-Pacific waters and are usually found hiding under ledges or in shallow caves at depths between 2 and 60 meters. They are diurnal, meanings they hunt both during the day and at night but often stay hidden until sunset to avoid predators. Unfortunately, lionfish have become an invasive species in the western Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea. In fact, despite their menacing beauty, lionfish have become a huge problem in the Caribbean as their population has spread tremendously in just a single decade. In fact, the Science Channel has claimed they are “one of the most aggressively invasive species on the planet.” These flashy predators are considered fairly aggressive and harmful to humans so take caution when diving with lionfish and keep a safe distance.

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Part of the anglerfish family, the unique frogfish could probably be voted one of the strangest-looking fish in the sea. Small in size, the frogfish is easily recognizable by its short, stocky, brightly colored body covered in spinules. The frogfish always looks worried with a mouth that gapes open, making it a favorite amongst photographers.

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Snappers are a popular food fish commonly seen trolling coral reefs and a favorite sighting amongst scuba divers. These colorful, large marine fish include around 113 species within the Lutjanidae family. On menus throughout tropical destinations like the Caribbean, you can find the most popular snapper, the red snapper. The largest snapper, the cubera snapper, grows up to 1.52 m (5 ft) in length.

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The beautiful and abundant surgeonfish encompasses about 75 species of reef-dwellers, commonly called tangs, unicornfish, and doctorfish. These tropical marine fish are members of the ancient Acanthuridae family and derive their name from sharp spines on both sides of their tail base, which resemble a surgeon’s scalpel. You can easily recognize these brightly colored marine fish by their relatively small mouths, oblong-shaped bodies, extended dorsal fins, and unique, intricate markings.

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Sweetlip i Grunt

Depending on where you are, diving with sweetlips or grunts is guaranteed throughout the coral reefs of the Atlantic and Indo-Pacific Oceans. You can find these medium-sized fish in large schools trolling coral reefs and rocky areas for food and hiding out under large overhangs or in small caverns amongst the reef. Members of the Haemulidae family, sweetlips and grunts are closely related to snappers. You can dive with sweetlips throughout the Indo-Pacific region, while diving with grunts is possible in the Atlantic.

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With around 80 different species, the parrotfish comes in almost every color of the rainbow. These wrasse family members are a permanent fixture on coral reefs worldwide, although you will see the most species diversity in the Indo-Pacific. You can go diving with parrotfish on nearly every warm-water coral reef of the world and see them alone, in pairs, or in large schools, depending on the species.

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Soldierfish are a common sighting amongst divers visiting tropical and subtropical locations and are typically seen swimming in tightly organized schools that may resemble a military formation, hence their name. Members of the squirrelfish family, soldierfish have red bodies and wide eyes. Due to their nocturnal behavior and desire to live in caves and overhangs throughout the reef, soldierfish are also recognizable by their large eyes.

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All it takes is seeing a triggerfish swim by to know you are officially in the tropics. These brightly colored and ornately patterned fish are common to the subtropical and tropical regions of the world’s oceans, with the highest species diversity found in the Indo-Pacific. There are roughly 40 different species of triggerfish averaging 20-50 cm (8-20 in) in length; however, the stone triggerfish reaches up to 1 m (3.3 ft) long. Triggerfish derive their name from the first two dorsal spines they can activate to ward off predators or lock themselves into holes and crevices to hide. Triggerfish can then unlock these spines by depressing the smaller “trigger“ spine.

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Most wrasses species have extraordinary, bright coloration. With over 600 different species, wrasses are as varied in size as they are in their brilliant color. They are identifiable by their elongated bodies, protruding canine teeth, and thick lips. It is fantastic to dive with wrasses and watch them swimming around coral reefs firsthand. These lively fish make coral reefs even more colorful.

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Damselfish are a common sighting amongst coral reefs throughout the tropical regions of the Atlantic and Indo-Pacific oceans. There are around 250 different species of these small fish, all within the Pomacentridae family. Damselfish are easily recognized by their rounded bodies, elongated dorsal fin, and small, forked caudal fin. Juveniles are especially enjoyable to see as they are typically covered in vibrant spots.

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Aptly named for the two large “whiskers,“ or barbels, protruding from their chin area, goatfish are famous for these two chemosensory organs they use to hunt for food. You can typically do diving with goatfish along the shallow reef flats, where they like to dig around through the sand and sediment in search of their next meal. They use their “whiskers“ to feel around in the sand for their next meal of small invertebrates and fish.

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Tuna are the sea’s mightiest swimmers and one of its most agile predators. With a sleek, streamlined, torpedo-shaped body built for speed, this pelagic species can reach speeds up to 75 km/h (45 mph). Unfortunately, however, this speed is no match for the commercial fishing that threatens some of their populations. As a result of overfishing, tuna fish species like the southern bluefin tuna are nearing extinction.

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The saltwater garfish, also commonly known as garpike or needlefish, is found in the temperate and tropical brackish and marine waters of the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean, Caribbean, Black, and Baltic Seas. Not to be confused with its freshwater cousin, the North American gar of the Lepisosteidae family, the marine garfish is a member of the Belonidae family.

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Not to be confused with its smaller cousin, the pufferfish, you can distinguish porcupinefish by their elongated bodies and large eyes. There are several species of porcupinefish within the Diodontidae family, all of which can inflate their bodies when provoked or threatened. They activate this unique defense mechanism by swallowing water or air to increase their size and cause the sharp spines covering their bodies to stand on end.

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The puffer fish is named after its ability to inflate itself like a ball in danger or stress. They pump water into a sac-like enlargement of their stomach, causing them to deform into a ball. This change in volume makes it almost impossible for predatory fish to swallow the puffer fish and it can even suffocate them. If this stress reaction is caused willfully by divers, puffer fish can sometimes inadvertently suck in breathing gas from divers, which leads to them being buoyant and floating helplessly on the surface. This usually ends fatally for the animal. They are rarely eaten by predatory fish, but dolphins have been observed to get intoxicated on these animals by chewing lightly on them, which causes the puffer fish to release small doses of the strong neurotoxin tetrodotoxin. This poison is fatal to humans and no antidote is known; ironically, however, in Japan puffer fish is considered a delicacy called fugu. However, people’s curiosity about this questionable delicacy leads to accidents every year.

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Diving with boxfish is always a treat, as their uniquely shaped bodies and bold coloration bring excitement to any coral reef. Boxfish, also commonly known as cowfish or trunkfish, include 23 species of square, bony fish in the Ostraciidae family. They are clearly identifiable by their rigid, box-shaped bodies. Most species are also covered in spots or hexagonal shapes, and many have horn-like projections from the tops of their heads.

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The beautiful garibaldi fish is hard to miss as it swims in, out, and around the kelp forests of the Pacific Ocean. Clearly distinguishable by its bright orange body, heart-shaped tail fin, and crystal-blue eyes, this relative of the damselfish is a favorite amongst those diving off the west coast of the United States and Mexico. The only fish that may be more vibrant in the water is a garibaldi in its juvenile state. Deep orange in color and covered in electric blue spots, diving with juvenile garibaldi is always a treat.

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Trumpfish are classic residents of the coral reef and are clearly recognizable by their tubular, skinny bodies, long snout, and wide mouth. You can find them hovering vertically or horizontally just above the reef and under ledges or hiding amongst coral and gorgonians. Trumpetfish are relatively large reef fish and can grow to a maximum length of 80 cm (31 in). They are typically reddish-brown, yellow, or blue-gray and can change color to camouflage with their surroundings.

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Bannerfish are one of the most commonly seen fish amongst the Pacific reef community. Often referred to as false Moorish idols, bannerfish are easily distinguishable by their less ornate black, yellow, and white striping and smaller snout. There are two types of bannerfish, both native to the Indo-Pacific region: longfin and schooling bannerfish. These relatively small reef fish can grow to a maximum length of 18-21 cm.

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Flounder is a generalized term for any number of flattened fish species belonging to the families Pleuronectidae, Paralichthyidae, Achiropsettidae, and Bothidae. This unusually shaped fish looks like a flattened oval with the dorsal and anal fins running along the entire length of the body. One of the flounder’s most unusual characteristics is that after just a few days of life, one of its eyes begins to migrate to the opposite side of its head to what eventually becomes the fish’s top side.

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There are roughly 39 different species of emperor fish throughout the Indo-Pacific region, belonging to the Lethrinidae family. You can see these reef-dwelling fish hunting along the seafloor for a variety of small animals, as well as sifting through the sandy bottom for tiny crustaceans. Divers can recognize the emperor fish by their typical fish-shaped body, large scales shaped in a diamond pattern, thick lips, and large eyes.

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The ribbon eel is a uniquely beautiful moray eel species and the only member of the genus Rhinomuraena. Also known as the leaf-nosed moray eel or bernis eel, these small eels are recognizable by their long, thin bodies, high dorsal fin, and extended anterior nostrils. They display brightly colored bodies and actually go through different color phases throughout their lives. Juveniles are strikingly beautiful, with black bodies and a bright yellow dorsal fin running their entire length. Male ribbon eels then change to a bright, electric blue color, keeping the yellow dorsal fin, and females change their entire bodies to bright yellow.

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Pantera murina (Zmajeva murina)

The ornately colored dragon moray eel, also known as the leopard or panther eel, is one of the most beautiful eels in the moray family. With vivid white spots set against its reddish-hued skin, the dragon eel is easily distinguishable. During the day, these nocturnal hunters like to hide amongst the rocky reef, so look for them in every crack and crevice during your dive. Thanks to their unique appearance, dragon eels are a favorite amongst underwater photographers.

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The seamoth is a unique marine species in both looks and behavior. Seamoths belong to the Pegasidae family of fish which derive their name from the Greek animal, Pegasus. They clearly resemble this famous mythological creature thanks to their flattened bodies, long snout, and large, wing-like pectoral fins. In China, these fascinating fish are called dragon fish, and for a good reason.

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Lisnata škarpina

The exotic leaf scorpionfish, also commonly known as leaf fish, paperfish, and sailfin leaffish, is a clearly recognizable marine ray-finned fish from the Scorpaenidae family. You can go diving with leaf scorpionfish in the warm waters of the Indo-Pacific, where it is widely distributed. The leaf scorpionfish can be hard to spot as it only reaches 10 cm (3.9 in) when fully grown and camouflages well with its coral reef environment.

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Slatkovodne ribe

Ronjenje sa grgečom uvijek je zabavno jer mogu narasti do prilično velikih dimenzija i vole topliju, pliću, bistru vodu - saznajte gdje ih možete vidjeti.

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Ronjenje sa štukom je nezaboravno iskustvo jer mogu poprilično narasti i vrlo su lijepe pod vodom - saznajte.

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Zaronite sa šaranom danas posjetom jednom od ronilačkih mjesta na karti.

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Ako želite roniti s pastrvom, bolje ponesite debelo odijelo - saznajte gdje ih možete vidjeti.

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Jegulje žive na dnu pa kada ronite s jeguljama, tražite ih u jazbinama, masama biljaka i između kamenja.

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Želiš li roniti s walleyeom? Pronađite najbolja mjesta za ronjenje na karti.

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Ako želite roniti s grgečem, proljeće je sjajno vrijeme da ih vidite - saznajte gdje.

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Ako želite roniti sa somom, istražite kartu ronilačkih mjesta

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Ako ste ikada željeli roniti s lososom, kliknite ovdje da biste otkrili ronilačka mjesta na kojima se mogu vidjeti.

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Ako želite roniti s hogchokersima, kliknite na kartu.

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Ako je ronjenje sa jesetrama na vašem popisu kanti, kliknite ovdje kako biste pronašli najbolja mjesta za ronjenje.

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Obična Rudd

Potječe iz porodice šarana, Cyprinidae, obična crvenperka je autohtona u slatkovodnim jezerima i rijekama Europe i Azije.

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Riba char, poznata i kao arktički char, bliska je u odnosu na pastrvu i losos Sjeverne Amerike.

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Malena europska glava obično se nalazi diljem Engleske i kitova hladnih, slatkovodnih potoka, jezera i rijeka.

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europski bitterling

Europsko gorko je mala, uobičajena riba koja se nalazi na plitkim, slatkovodnim ronilačkim mjestima u Europi.

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Tench, također poznat kao doktorska riba, su guste, teške, velike ribe s maslinasto zelenim do crnim leđima i brončanim podzemljem i šaranskim oblikom.

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Stickleback je mala, skalirana riba koja se nalazi u svježim, bočatim i morskim vodama umjerenih regija sjeverne hemisfere.

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Loach glavoč je riba srednje veličine koja živi u tropskim, brzim potocima u planinskim područjima Azije.

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Ostali sisavci

Tarponi su impresivna, drevna oceanska riba i zabavan, popularan ulov među ribolovcima u slanoj vodi. Od prapovijesti plivaju u našim oceanima i danas se smatraju jednom od velikih riba slane vode. Tarpons u prosjeku naraste do 2 metra (6,5 stopa) i 45 kg (100 lbs) ili veći! Ronioci koji se susreću s tarponom pod vodom često ih isprva zamijene kao morske pse zbog svoje masivne veličine i srebrne boje.

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Morska morska riba, poznatija kao Mola mola, jedna je od najneobičnijih riba pronađenih u oceanu. Zbog svog okruglog, spljoštenog oblika podsjećaju na mlinski kamen, nazvan mola na latinskom. Oceanske morske ribe nalaze se u umjerenim i tropskim regijama širom svijeta. Često se vide u blizini površine, nevjerojatno mjesto za svjedočenje dok se sunčaju kako bi podigli tjelesnu temperaturu nakon dubokih skokova u ocean, ponekad i do 600 metara!

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Škrnjina velikih usta i teškog tijela sastoji se od nekoliko vrsta morskih riba iz obitelji Serranidae, uglavnom iz rodova Epinephelus i Mycteroperca. S raznim vrstama kirnji možete roniti diljem svjetskih oceana. Žive u toplim, tropskim vodama i vole patrolirati oko grebena i olupina brodova.

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Jedna od najfascinantnijih riba na grebenu, jegulje dolaze u gotovo svakoj veličini i boji od male, svijetloplave jegulje vrpce, najmanje u prosjeku duge samo 25 cm, do crnog šarenog divovskog moraya koji može narasti i do 4 metra duljine! Zapravo, postoji gotovo 200 različitih vrsta. Većina moraya su morske ribe, ali nekoliko vrsta je viđeno u bočatoj vodi, a samo nekoliko ih se nalazi u slatkoj vodi. Jasno se razlikuju od ostalih grebenskih riba svojim dugim, kliznim tijelima, šiljastim njuškama punim oštrih zuba i dugim leđnim perajama koje se protežu cijelom dužinom njihovih tijela. Bez obzira na vrstu, ove životinje su uvijek uzbudljivo mjesto za vidjeti tijekom ronjenja.

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Pješčane jegulje obuhvaćaju nekoliko malih vrsta riba unutar obitelji pješčanih koplja, Ammodytidae. Suprotno imenu, pješčana jegulja uopće nije jegulja, već izrazito vitka riba sa šiljastom njuškom, dajući im izgled jegulje. Pješčane jegulje svoje ime dobivaju iz svog jedinstvenog ponašanja ukopavanja u pijesak rep kako bi pobjegli predatorima. Ronioci mogu vidjeti jegulje od pijeska kako guraju glavu iznad dna prekrivenog pijeskom, ponekad stotine odjednom na jednom području.

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Zmijske jegulje lako se mogu identificirati po dugim tijelima nalik zmijama i šiljastom repu i njuški. Mogu se kretati u duljini od 5 cm do 2,3 m i obično pokazuju šarene mrlje ili pruge. Naziv "zmijska jegulja" predstavlja preko 200 vrsta morskih riba unutar obitelji Ophichthidae, a sve su poslušnije od svojih agresivnih rođaka, jegulja. Zmijske jegulje žive diljem svijeta, uglavnom u toplim, tropskim vodama ili umjerenim mjestima. Imaju širok raspon staništa, od plitkih grebena do dubina oceana.

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