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Birds ~ Cephalopods ~ Octopuses ~ Cuttlefishes ~ Squid [coastal/offshore] ~ Dolphins & Whales ~ Fishes ~ Reptiles ~ Seals, Sea Lions, Otters... ~ Sharks & Rays ~ Algae/Kelp ~ Bacteria ~ Clams ~ Corals ~ Crabs & Shrimp ~ Jellies ~ Seagrasses ~ Sea Stars & Urchins... ~ Marine Snails ~ Sea Slugs (nudibranchs) ~ Sponges ~ Worms

Birds
Albatrosses ~ Auks, Puffins, Guillemots... ~ Flamingoes ~ Gannets & Boobies ~ Sea Gulls ~ Pelicans ~ Penguins ~ Petrels & Shearwaters ~ Storm Petrels

Cephalopods (Cuttlefishes, Octopuses & Squid)
Bobtail Squid ~ Cuttlefishes ~ Octopuses ~ Nautiluses ~ Myopsida Squid (coastal) ~ Oegopsida Squid (offshore) ~ Ram's Horn Squid

Cetaceans (Dolphins & Whales)
Beaked Whales ~ Beluga & Narwhals ~ Dolphins ~ Ganges & Indus River Dolphins ~ Gray Whales ~ Porpoises ~ Right Whales ~ River Dolphins ~ Rorquals (baleen whales) ~ Sperm Whales

Elasmobranchs (Sharks & Rays)
Angelsharks ~ Bramble, Sleeper & Dogfish Sharks ~ Bullhead Sharks ~ Carpet Sharks ~ Catsharks ~ Eagle & Manta Rays ~ Electric Rays ~ Frill & Cow sharks ~ Ground Sharks ~ Guitarfishes, Wedgefishes & Shark-rays ~ Lantern Sharks ~ Mackerel Sharks ~ Sawfishes ~ Skates ~ Sting Rays

Fishes
Anchovies ~ Angelfishes ~ Anglerfishes ~ Barracudas ~ Bass, Groupers ~ Basslets ~ Blennies ~ Butterflyfishes ~ Chimaeras ~ Cods & Grenadiers ~ Cod Icefishes (toothfishes) ~ Coris, Hogfishes & Wrasses ~ Damselfishes & Clownfishes ~ Dartfishes ~ Dottybacks ~ Drums & Croakers ~ Filefishes, Puffers, Cowfishes ~ Flatfishes ~ Flying Gurnards ~ Flyingfishes & Halfbeaks ~ Goatfishes ~ Gobies ~ Grinners (lizardfishes) ~ Grunts, Porkfish ~ Hawkfishes ~ Herrings ~ Jacks & Pompanos ~ Mackerels, Tunas, & Bonitos ~ Marlins, Sailfishes & Spearfishes ~ Milkfishes, Beaked Sandfishes, Snake Mudheads ~ Mullets ~ Parrotfishes ~ Pike-, Tube- & Flagblennies ~ Pipefishes & Seahorses ~ Rabbitfishes & Spinefoots ~ Salmon & Trout ~ Sawbellies (soldierfishes, squirrelfishes) ~ Scorpionfishes & Flatheads ~ Sea Breams & Porgies ~ Seamoths & Dragonfishes ~ Smelts ~ Snappers ~ Snooks ~ Spadefishes, Batfishes & Scats ~ Sunfishes ~ Surgeonfishes, Tangs & Unicornfishes ~ Tarpons & Ladyfishes ~ Toadfishes ~ Triggerfishes ~ True Eels ~ Velifers, Tube-eyes & Ribbonfishes

Invertebrates
Algae/Kelp ~ Bacteria ~ Bryozoans ~ Clams (Bivalvia) ~ Corals ~ Crabs & Shrimp... (Arthropoda) ~ Jellies ~ Marine Plants ~ Sea Anemones ~ Sea Cucumbers, Sand Dollars, Sea Stars & Urchins... ~ Sea Slugs (nudibranchs) ~ Snails ~ Sponges ~ Worms

Reptiles
Crocodiles ~ Marine Iguanas ~ Sea Snakes ~ Sea Turtles

Sea Lions, Seals, Otters... (Carnivora)
Seals ~ Sea Lions ~ Sea Otters ~ Walruses ~ Polar Bears

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