Underwater Silhouette

Underwater SilhouetteThe Great Barrier Reef is home to many species of colourful fish and coral.  The Blue Spot Coral Trout, The Banner Fish, Green Sea Turtle, Maori Wrass are just a few of the inhabitors you will find when you visit the reef.  Sadly for the Coral Trout, he is good eating and is exported live to overseas countries.  The Green Sea Turtle and Maori Wrass  are protected.  This painting is 18″ Wide X 18″ high or 46cm.  $490

Maori Wrass and Clown Fish

The Maori Wrass is one of the largest reef fish in the world growing up to 2 metres and living for over 25 years.  The famous Wally” Maori Wrass is found on the The Great Barrier Reef  just out from Cairns, you can swim with him – its a great honour to say the least.

The clown fish are probably one of the most interesting of all the reef fish doing a little wriggling dance around the anemone to become compatible – they use the anemone to protect themselves from their predators.  The clown fish eat the left overs from other reef fish.