For the past two weeks, we challenged you to test your identification skills on invertebrate close-ups from the Indo-Pacific. As promised, here is a Caribbean invertebrate quiz. These images are close-ups of invertebrates that are found in the waters of the tropical western Atlantic and Caribbean. Click on each image to reveal the entire animal:
Do you know what this is? Click on the image to reveal.
What about this? Click on image to reveal.
Hope you have enjoyed these past few posts – we’ll be back with more from time to time ~ the Blennywatchers
A few days ago, we posted an invertebrate quiz made up of five close-up images that could be clicked on to reveal the entire animal. Response was good, so here are five more from the Indo-Pacific to try out:
Do you know what this is? Click in the image to reveal the entire animal.
Click on this image to reveal the entire animal.
Check back with us soon. We’ll post invertebrates from the Caribbean next.
Invertebrates! Animals without backbones. Today we are celebrating the diversity and beauty of Earth’s 97% with a little quiz. Here is your chance to test your knowledge and enjoy some of our favorite marine invertebrates from the Indo-Pacific.
To take the quiz, scroll down and see if you recognize the invertebrate. Click on each photo to reveal the answer. They might be easy for some of you but we hope you have fun anyway. We’ll be back later this week with a few more.
Know this one? Click on the photo to reveal the entire animal.
And what about this? Click the image to reveal
I normally pass these by. Click on the image to reveal the animal.
We’ll be back later in the week with more invertebrates from the Indo-Pacific and maybe some from the Caribbean too.
The Smithsonian Invertebrate Exhibit | Photo credit: Smithsonian’s National Zoo (Flickr)
We love invertebrates – animals without backbones – from the prickly, squiggly and heebie-jeebie-inducing to the colorful, intricately evolved and delicate. Above and below sea level, they make up over 95 percent of Earth’s species. The title of this blog features a fish, [...]