Return to the Sea and Sky Home Page Return to Home Page Explore the Seas and Oceans Explore the Universe and Solar System Return to the Sea Menu
Return to the Sea and Sky Home Page
About Sea and Sky What's New at Sea and Sky Frequently Asked Questions
Sea and Sky Awards Sign Our Guest Book Search Sea and Sky Contact Sea and Sky Sea and Sky's Privacy Policy
Return to the Sea Menu
Return to the Sea and Sky Home Page
   
Image of an orange stripe prawn goby, also known as a shrimp goby
© Corel Corporation
 

Image 3-16
Shrimp Goby

This orange stripe prawn goby, also known as a Randall's shrimp goby, is a member of the largest group of fishes in the sea. There are over 2,000 species worldwide. Shrimp gobies form a symbiotic relationship with a small shrimp. The shrimp digs a burrow that is shared by both. Other symbiotic relationships in the ocean include the clownfish with anemones, and corals with their algae.

Return to the Sea Gallery | Return to the Sea