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Reef Dwellers Art Show by Selva Ozelli

9 April, 2022 - 8 June, 2022

Reef Dwellers art show by artist Selva Ozelli celebrates the role of the oceans in our everyday life and inspires action to protect reefs which occupy only 0.1 per cent of the global sea surfaces. But more than 25 per cent of marine biodiversity is supported by them.  The art show features the following fish:

Angle Fish (French & Mango):  Native to Western Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.

Anthias (Sunburst):  Native to tropical and subtropical Atlantic and Western Pacific Oceans.

Beaugregory Fish:  Native to western Atlantic Ocean.

Blue Tang Fish:  Native to Indo-Pacific Oceans.

Cardinal Fish (Banggai & Pajama): Native to the Banggai Islands of Indonesia and the western Pacific Ocean.

Chromis Fish (Blue & Green):  Native to the Indo-Pacific Oceans, including the Red Sea.

Clown Fish:  native to the Indo-Pacific Oceans, including the Red Sea.

Damsel Fish:  Found globally in tropical, subtropical, and temperate waters.

Grouper Fish (Blue & Yellow):   Native to the reefs in the Indian Ocean.

Parrot Fish: Native to Indo-Pacific Oceans and the Mediterranean Sea.

Rabbit Fish:  Native to  northeast Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.

Sweetlips Fish:   Native to  the coral reefs and moderately warm waters in the Western Pacific Ocean, although its primary habitat is the Great Barrier Reef.

Wrasse Fish (Ballan & Fairy):  Native the coral reefs and rocky shores of tropical and subtropical waters of the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific Oceans and the Mediterranean Sea.  The Ballan wrasse is found as far north as Norway.

See the exhibit here


9 April, 2022
8 June, 2022
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