Hawai'i's Marine Life - Maui Ocean Center

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Hawaiian Whitespotted Toby

The Hawaiian whitespotted toby is one of the most common reef fish observed at all depths. They are yellowish to...

Potter’s Angelfish

Potter’s angelfish have a unique pattern, with a deep orange on its front and dorsal region, which shades to a...

Wrasse Family

An elongated slender body characterizes this large and diverse family of fish, the wrasses. Very commonly seen in coral reef...

Hawaiian Cleaner Wrasse

The Hawaiian cleaner wrasse is common on the reef at any depth, particularly at coral heads and ledges. Juveniles are...

Devil Scorpionfish

The devil scorpionfish presents venomous spines down their backs and colorful pectoral fins to warn others of danger. Their yellow...

Hawaiian Spotted Eagle Ray, Bonnet Ray, Duck Bill Ray

The Hawaiian spotted eagle ray is also known as the bonnet ray, duck bill ray, or spotted duck billed ray,...

Conger and Garden Eels

Conger eels have a nearly cylindrical body (which becomes compressed posteriorly), very well-developed pectoral fins, and a fairly large gill...

Giant Trevally

The jacks, or trevally, are a family of strong-swimming predators frequently seen at drop-offs or near reefs. Usually silvery in...

Gray Reef Shark

The gray reef shark is commonly found in coastal regions in the Indian and Pacific Oceans, near reefs neighboring oceanic...