<p>A school of tiny fish swims past a brain coral formation in the waters around the Seychelles. More than 90 percent of all marine life inhabits the shallow waters surrounding the Earth's landmasses.</p>

Needlefish

A school of tiny fish swims past a brain coral formation in the waters around the Seychelles. More than 90 percent of all marine life inhabits the shallow waters surrounding the Earth's landmasses.

Photograph by David Doubilet

Ocean Wildlife

Take a dip to discover some of the incredible wildlife that make their home in the ocean, from sea turtles and bearded seals to poisonous jellyfish and starfish.

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