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Choose from 68 pictures in our Red Snapper collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Red Bass - with poisonous flesh Featured Red Snapper Print

Red Bass - with poisonous flesh

VT-8929
Red Snapper - showing teeth
Fiji
Lujianus bohar
Toxic Very aggressive.
Valerie & Ron Taylor
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

© Ron & Valerie Taylor/ardea.com

Angry, Australasia, Australasian, Dangerous, Expressions, Fiji, Fish, Fishes, In Water, Melanesia, Oceania, Pacific Ocean, Poisonous, Red Snapper, Single, Snapper, Snappers, Toxic, Toxic Very Aggressive, Under Water, Wild Life

The vertical reef wall at Shark Reef, Ras Mohammed, with Scalefin anthias (Pseudanthias Featured Red Snapper Print

The vertical reef wall at Shark Reef, Ras Mohammed, with Scalefin anthias (Pseudanthias

The vertical reef wall at Shark Reef, Ras Mohammed, with Scalefin anthias (Pseudanthias squamipinnis) and soft corals (Dendronephthya spp.) Yellowsaddle goatfish (Parupeneus cyclostomus) and school of Bohar snappers (Lutjanus bohar) in spawning aggregation. Ras Mohammed Marine Park, Sinai, Egypt. Red Sea

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Twinspot snappers Featured Red Snapper Print

Twinspot snappers

Twinspot snappers (Lutjanus bohar) shoaling. This fish inhabits reef edges and drop offs in the tropical Indo-Pacific region, from east Africa to the Pacific islands. Larger fish tend to be less associated with shallow reefs, preferring isolated oceanic islands. It feeds mainly on fish, but also takes crustaceans and molluscs. It can reach a length of around 90 centimetres, and is often caught as a food fish. Photographed in the Egyptian Red Sea

© GEORGETTE DOUWMA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY