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This quiz allows you to step through a whole bible verse of your choice, one word at a time. Or you can order the words randomly.
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The distinctively coloured Scribbled Angelfish has a colourful, dark blue body with pale blue horizontal scribbles. Yellow snout. Vertical yellow band behind pectoral fin. Large white patch behind its head. Yellow horizontal stripe below the
Lifespan often exceeds 30 years, and scientists have found some specimens to be over 200 years old! They have the ability to regenerate lost spines.
Pale grey body with seven thinnish black vertical stripes.
The Scissortail Sergeant has a white or pale blue body, with five vertical black bands. Two horizontal bands are also often (but not always) present on the lobes of their tail. Their common name comes
The Blue Tang, has a bright royal blue body, yellow tail, with black patches/swirl in a "palette" shape. They are rather flat, like a pancake, with a circular body shape, a pointed snout-like nose, and
The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has assessed the Shark Ray as Critically endangered in 2019, delisted from the vulnerable category, along with many other guitarfish species. It's threatened by fishing and by
The Eastern Rock Blackfish may live as long as 45 years.
The Moonlighter is closely related to the Mado and the Stripey. Though it can be sometimes confused with butterflyfishes.
The Eastern Hulafish is named from it's "exaggerated body movements", which is a fancy way of saying that it wriggles around a lot — basically, it does the hula (as in the dance). The Eastern
The Common Sydney Octopus can grow quite large, though they are usually smaller than that. They are molluscs, not fish, though they are included in the "fish" section of the website because they're found in