Razorfish – Aeoliscus

Razorfish – Aeoliscus

A Closer Look at the Razorfish – Aeoliscus Strigatus and Its Impressive Qualities The razorfish – Aeoliscus Strigatus, as it is known by its scientific name – is a unique fish known for its ability to hide among sea urchin spines and thrive in regions abundant in colorful coral reefs. The razorfish can be identified… more

Wrasse – Labridae

Wrasse – Labridae

The Diverse and Colorful Wrasse – Labridae Details to and Important Characteristics Wrasse – Labridae, as researchers refer to them – are a family of brightly colored, highly diverse marine fish. There are hundreds of different species of wrasses all over the world, many of which are typically small, even though some of them can… more

Parrotfish – Scaridae

Parrotfish – Scaridae

Introducing the Parrotfish – Scaridae and the Crucial Role They Play in the Ecosystem Parrotfish – Scaridae, as researchers usually refer to them by their scientific name – are a sizable group of marine fish that normally inhabit the shallow waters around coral formations and coastal areas. They play a significant role in the food… more

Vienna

Vienna

Vienna – the Imperial City Looking back on a History of More than a Millennium and a Half Vienna, the capital of Austria, was founded in 500 BC and became the residency of the Habsburg dynasty in 1440, serving as an important center for arts, politics, science and culture. It became the capital of the… more

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