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Sterling silver bead of a cute frogfish with Swarovsky crystals
This sterling silver bead of a cute frogfish is a unique and eye-catching addition to any scuba diver or underwater photography enthusiast's collection. Made of 925 sterling silver, this bead is durable and long-lasting, making it the perfect accessory for scuba diving or snorkeling trips. The bead features intricate detailing that captures the charm and character of the frog fish, and is accented with sparkling Swarovski crystals for added elegance.
As a scuba diver, you'll love the meaning and beauty behind this bead, it serves as a reminder of the fascinating marine life you've encountered underwater and the amazing dives you've had. It can be a special memory of your diving experiences. The bead can be used on a bracelet or necklace, or even hung as a charm from a keychain.
It is compatible with all major brand charm bracelets, including Pandora, Trollbeads, Chamilia, Biagi and many more.
For underwater photography enthusiasts, the bead can be a perfect reminder of your passion and the amazing shots you've taken. It can be a great conversation starter and a way to show off your love of the ocean and its inhabitants.
Frogfishes are known for their unique and peculiar appearance and its ability to change color. They are also known for their great camouflage skills, making them challenging subjects to photograph. That's why this bead will be a perfect reminder of the technicalities and the joys of capturing those shots of this amazing creature. It can be a perfect way of expressing your interest in the underwater world.
Materials: 925 Sterling silver, Swarovski crystals
Size: 12.3x1.4 mm, hole size - 4.5 mm
Frogfishes, also known as anglerfishes, are a group of fishes that are known for their unique appearance and behavior. One of the most interesting facts about frogfishes is their ability to change color and camouflage themselves to blend in with their surroundings. This helps them to ambush unsuspecting prey and avoid being detected by predators.
Frogfishes have a protrusion on their head called an “esca” or “illicium” which acts as a lure to attract prey. They wiggle the esca to mimic the movements of small fish or crustaceans, and when an unsuspecting prey comes closer, the frogfish quickly opens its large mouth and suck in the prey. This is a highly effective hunting strategy and allows frogfishes to catch prey much larger than themselves.
Another interesting fact is that, unlike most fishes which lay eggs, most frogfishes are live bearers. The female frogfish will carry the eggs inside her until they hatch and release fully formed, miniature frogfishes. This strategy allows the young to be protected from predators and also increases the chance of survival.
Frogfishes are also found in a variety of habitats, from coral reefs, rocky shores, seagrass beds and even mangroves, and it’s quite challenging to find and observe them because of their camouflage abilities. Some species can be very small, less than 2cm and others can reach up to 30cm. They come in a variety of colors and patterns, from yellow, orange, red, brown, to even purple and pink, making them a unique and fascinating subject for divers and underwater photographers.